“Contemporary colors” a two person show by artists Binay Sinha and Ritu Sinha goes on view at Bajaj Art Gallery Mumbai on Monday, June 13. The exhibit runs through Saturday, June 18.
About the show : For Binay and Ritu contemporary color is not the quality of an object or substance with respect to light reflected by the object but it is a complex subject with many strands and it has the power to subliminally convey values and stories.
While the work of Binay and Ritu has been created in entirely different style, the two are united by an exploration of the contemporary subjects in the sense of visual accumulation and vernacular imagery of what they see what they feel and what they hear. For them color is in everything. It is power, culture, mood, visual, sound, and surroundings as well.
About Binay Sinha : Binay Sinha is Bachelor of Fine Arts from Faculty of Visual Arts, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India. He started my career in journalism as an illustrator with India Today group in Delhi, India. His next job was with the Business Standard. Since then he has worked with many publication houses. Presently he is working as Chief Illustrator for Business Standard. His work has been featured in publications across India.
After a successful career as an illustrator his omnivorous curiosities praise him to do an enormous body of work that extends every available medium. Currently his works have taken a new direction and are now involved with paintings, installations and new media art.
About Ritu Sinha: Born in Rajasthan, Ritu completed her Masters in Paintings from Banasthali Vidyapith, Rajasthan in 1999. She was the runner up of Glenfiddich/Bestcollegeart.com Emerging Artist of the year Award 2015. She expresses the thoughts of life, combination of fantasy and feelings from inside – which reflects the silence and muted sounds. She experiments with a wider sense of noise and silence in her paintings.