An exhibition of Arpit Biloria's recent paintings scrutinising the intentional fallacy of perception
Private View: Friday 10th of December 2010 6.00 pm to 11.00 pm
Exhibition runs from: Friday 10th of December 2010 Thursday 16th of December 2010
Gallery Opening Hours: Mon, Tues, Wed, Fri: 11.00 am to 6.30 pm
Sat: 12.30pm - 5.00 pm
Last day of Exhibition: Thursday 16th of December: 10.00am to 5.00pm
Red Gate Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of Arpit Biloria's recent paintings. These works aim to scrutinise the intentional fallacy of perception. Biloria's work explores the minimising of basic forms, which he considers otherwise complex and concealed. This is apparent in his spatial illusions dissolute in fine gradation of muted hues. His discernment about the âspecific objects' in his canvas appears not of his own but of a trained viewer as he strives hard to annihilate the presence/intentionality of the artist.
âDoing more with less', the pleasing vast negative spaces in his monochromatic paintings are deliberately stripped to its essentials, which imply a sort of illusion and the hierarchically disinterested âprimary structures' are often geometrized/systematized as the art work claims oblique hints and insinuates depth while viewed.
True to âMinimalism', Arpit ingeniously employs less number of forms, if not âobjects', with refined lines and subtly rendered textures and even the untainted and unmixed hue becomes subservient to the form as it is utilized only for mere delineation of space rather than creating any sort of mood as such. His âreductivist' ideas about sensuously executed compositions further can be traced in reiteration of shapes, which are however, vigilantly exploited working and reworking on all his âknown' perceptions and probing into the undisclosed/unrevealed dimensions and to end with, like an empiricist, the artist examines what exists and what does not.