Exhibition

Blow Horn: Signs and Life in India - a solo exhibition of oil paintings & original prints by Natasha Kumar

4 Mar 2010 – 17 Mar 2010

Event times

Monday - Saturday 10-6 - Closed Sunday

Cost of entry

A selling exhibition with no admission fee

Asia House

London
England, United Kingdom

Address

Travel Information

  • Oxford Circus, Regents Park, Great Portland Street, Bond Street

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A solo exhibition of 60 recent oil paintings & original prints by Natasha Kumar

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‘BLOW HORN' IS THE IMPERIOUS ADVICE to drivers painted on the back-end of Indian Lorries, buses and rickshaws. A warning and encouragement, its one illustration of a mindset that considers every flat surface a potential canvas. In India If it stays still long enough to be painted, it will be, with a graffiti of spiritual texts, underwear ads, personal and folk expression. NATASHA KUMAR IS AN ESTABLISHED ANGLO-INDIAN ARTIST, from long line of noted English artists. In this solo show of 60 oils and original prints, her award-winning talent for figurative art merges with her love of signs and life in India in a truly original departure. In ‘Blow Horn' she has taken up the bold, fluorescing colours of Indian advertising art in its various forms to cut through the picturesque, giving a sharp contemporary twist to traditional Indian motifs.

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