Karmaditya Baldota’s X-Ray Art Exhibition is on display at Nehru Art Center Gallery
Bombay (Maharashtra) [India], July 27 (ANI/PNN): 20-year-old aspiring artist Karmaditya Baldota will present ‘Xposure’ – The Art of Looking at Things Inside Out, an X-ray art exhibition at Nehru Art Center Gallery, Worli , Mumbai, until July 31. X-ray art is a new-age medium for representing concepts and objects using their skeletal framework. The art focuses on the structural core which peels off the outer layer. Inaugurated by Sangita Jindal, Founder – ART India Magazine and President – JSW Foundation, the solo exhibition will feature evocative large format light boxes, with subjects ranging from nature to fast cars and everyday objects. The art will compel viewers to engage with the works and unleash the internal beauty of the subjects. The screens convey Karmaditya’s unique perspective and are layered with societal commentary.
A technically skilled art form, x-ray art involves compositing, color infusion, and manipulation of images to highlight selected areas, direct eye flow, inject mood, and render art convincing. Karmaditya has pledged all proceeds from the exhibition to the Victoria Memorial School for the Blind, which helps visually impaired people lead happier and more fulfilled lives.
Karmaditya Baldota is an art explorer and at the age of 20 has used multiple mediums to express his creativity. His repertoire ranges from classic oil on canvas to waste writing to animal photography. When his father purchased a piece of x-ray art by Nick Veasey, it immediately struck a chord and inspired him to research and embrace the technique. The Baldota family is a family of art lovers, and Karmaditya has been exposed to some of the finest works by renowned artists during his visits to museums around the world. While museums made deep impressions on this young artist, what really tickled his mind were visits to small galleries and new-age progressive art that was conceptual, playful and challenged the boundaries of aesthetics. and mediums.
Like any teenager, he wanted to break down the boundaries of heritage and create a new visual language that had deeper meaning for his generation. Karmaditya is known for skillfully weaving together art, concepts, causes, technology and skill to create works that stop you in your tracks and force you to engage with them. This story is provided by PNN. ANI will not be responsible for the content of this article. (ANI/PNN)
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