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Thoughts Ricochet on the works of Jayashree Chakravarty

by  Peter Nagy

One hundred years after the beginning of its ascent, abstract art still confounds many people, viewed as manipulative hoax by some, as charlatans' ploy by others. What is apparent in Jayashree Chakravarty's newest works is the long road through realism and mimesis which has led to her current abstractions.

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“Life will Never be the Same”

by  Roobina Karode

Solo exhibition by Indian artist Jayashree Chakravarty (1956)

Opened at MUSEE DES ARTS ASIATIQUES, Nice, France on September 19th, 2016

Jayashree Chakravarty’s soaring installations with long suspended scrolls have Nature as both subject and material. Instantly, the

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Paintings covered with ambiguous poetic imagery

by  Niru Ratnam

Time and place intersect in the work of Jayashree Chakravarty’s new work - a series of paintings and painted constructions that are covered with ambiguous, poetic imagery that teem with details and particularities but constantly gesture towards change and passing of time. The literature around her work

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The Wind Whispers

by  Anirudh Chari and Niru Ratnam

At a time when the loss of values and its concomitant cult of self-indulge is a harsh reality in the art world, it is a rare treat to come across an artist whose works are voyages of discovery in which images constantly evolve, firing the creative imagination of artist and viewer alike. Jayashree Chakravarty

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