Curator’s Note

Vinita Dasgupta melds her Bengali heritage and cultural inspirations with transnational iconography and ever evolved more in-depth artistic endeavours. From provoking global pop imagery and diverse iconographic scans her works have expanded through intensive multi-stage creative processes, to a more recent embrace of flora and botanica imagery in recognition of climatic crises. As the artist herself attests that she is ever an explorer and incorporating metaphors in her realms of expression.

One sees Dasgupta’s work of art in a changed context, freed from the curtain of traditional aesthetics which separated absolutely art from non-art. Now she is embracing more naturalistic metaphors and abstract compositions. One that continues to push the boundaries of definition, questioning its external manifestation of form or defined technique and materials. Rather it realigns, mixing the abstract and the unknown with the energy, effort, and inner processes. It depends just as much on the recognition and diffusion of novel and known ideas.

Myriad conversations are a storyteller’s paintbrush. Dasgupta dives into the power of descriptive language, understanding how the choice of paradigms, vivid imagery, and sensory details bring stories to life.

Dasgupta’s interpretation of vision ever changes, thus now it is quite chromatic and exciting, another level of colour and energy involvement. In honour of the power and expansion of creativity beyond any medium, any boundary.

Elizabeth Rogers,New York

  • Storyteller: Nayak
    By Vinita Dasgupta

    Size: 24" x 24"

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    Mixed Media on Canvas

  • Storyteller: Horizon
    By Vinita Dasgupta

    Size: 48" x 48"

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    Mixed Media on Canvas

  • Storyteller: Face I
    By Vinita Dasgupta

    Size: 12" x 16"

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    Mixed Media on Canvas

  • Storyteller Face IV
    By Vinita Dasgupta

    Size: 24" x 24"

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    Mixed Media on Canvas