Curated at Hissa
Arpita's journey began at Kala Bhavan, Santiniketan as an undergraduate student and moved to Baroda to pursue her Masters and the change of locale broadened her creative outlook.
She has pursued her Bachelor’s in Visual art in painting and her Master’s in Visual art with a specialization in printmaking and graphics.
Govind Vishwas's works explore the natural phenomenon and their impacts on the physical environment. Growth and transformation are ingrained within the very structures of these natural occur
Chhering explores portraits for their ability to express multi-layered meanings. Personal stories can be mulled upon through the character’s visage.
Satyajeet finds much more possibilities in spontaneity and the element of chance while working on his paintings through which the subjects emerge.
Gustav Klimt on his deathbed (1918) shows his eyes closed and hollow, assertive lines contour his jutting cheek bones, and thin, sparse hair. He made a conscious choice to pen only the plain
The name ‘Hissa’ which literally means ‘part’, resonates with the idea of our initiative : be a part of (art). Hissa (हिस्सा) is an art initiative that seeks to create, collaborate and connect with buddying artists thereby becoming a catalyst for initiating a lively and supportive ecosystem that can cater artistic expressions and lead their work to a broader audience of potential art collectors and enthusiasts.
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