Renowned artist Sanjay Bhattacharya announces his first-ever mobile photography exhibition at Bikaner House-Art-and-culture News, Firstpost
Sanjay Bhattacharya said, “I am so grateful to see such a warm reception for my very first mobile photography in the city. Since I started my second tangent in 2017, it was a new experience to follow the freedom of passion I found over the past few years.
Born in 1958 in Calcutta, Sanjay Bhattacharya obtained a degree in fine arts from the “Government College of Arts and Crafts” in Calcutta in 1982. He has participated in national and international artistic events and workshops and enjoys collaborating with musicians and artists. other artists. . His works can be seen in important public and private collections in India and abroad, including the “World Bank” and the “House of Parliament” in Delhi.
The first step in every art is the image that an artist stores in his memory, which is why he found his second passion in photography and ended up being addicted to it.
Despite being a professional painter, there is no end to his spectacular skills. Breaking the monotonous work schedule, he took his camera and made his first India tour in 2017 where he clicked 1000 photos of which he exhibited a few at his first photography exhibition the same year.
Once again he got all his clicks, but from his own cell phone camera this time for the current show. An incredible example of mobile photography. He proposed four different segments for the exhibition; some are shots of his shadows of hands in mystical lights while others are of his distorted shadows or reflections on different elements. Exterior photographs are rare and the latest sets are interiors.
Sanjay Bhattacharya said, “I am so grateful to see such a warm reception for my very first mobile photography in the city. Since I started my second tangent in 2017, it was a new experience to follow the freedom of passion I found over the past few years. Now I have a lot more to give after seeing such success and the love I received from people.
In 2007, he donated the cost of 80 pieces, which were sold out of 100 pieces he created for the Khushi Foundation. He has his clients based in London and made various art exhibitions in Bombay, delhiand New York.
The show will continue at ‘Prithvi Art and Cultural Centre’, Safdarjung Enclave, New Delhi from 16th to 30th September 2022.
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