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Saturday, March 5, 2011

the Story of India and its art

The arts of a contemporary society, here I refer to India, are based on the philosophy and religions it professes. Indian art celebrate the holiness in the human life and not holy as a higher abstract, unknown Order descended from heavens. The social interactive celebratory culture of Hinduism lead and influenced religious plethora in developing and nurturing Indian art practices in Humanism par excellance
"The decadence of the West originates from its unbridled individualism abhorrent of social collectivity common in Asian, African and societies of Americas."
excerpts from the book
Mona Lisa does not smile anymore

Friday, February 25, 2011

Indian art a fresh look--Mona Lisa does not smile anymore

Contemporary Indian art
Exbtn catalog CHANCON Art A new movement in art by Viktor Vijay

Indian art at threshold--release of book Mona Lisa does not smile anymore and solo exbtn CHANCON--Chance consciousness--a new development in the art field.

Monday, February 14, 2011

Mona Lisa does not smile anymore

Contemporary Indian art, Gandhi a painting by Viktor Vijay (58"X78",acrylic on canvas, 2010) Modern does not deny inspiration for art from traditional.

Contemporary Indian artist Viktor Vijay publishes his new book Mona Lisa does not smile anymore (ISBN 9788184655124)
I publish my new book on art of India and Europe. the book published by Studio Vasant New Delhi is available in leading bookshops in India. the book is about the spirituality of art of India and the art of the West specially the 'Renaissance' period. Art of India has a sterling holism and inclusiveness of humanity while Western art lingers. The secular elements are predominant feature of the temple art of India. Contemporary art has much to be inspired by the past art.