2014 NextGen Genomics & Bioinformatics
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Striking artistic images often contain logical underpinnings, and the human psyche has evolved to be attracted to patterns such as those based on the Fibonacci sequence / the golden ratio first described by Indian mathematicians (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fibonacci_number).
At the 2014 NGBT conference, we celebrate three artists whose work inspires us as scientists and invite you to witness the harmonious patterns embodied in their art. Multiple works from this triptych of gifted creatives will be on display for the duration of the conference.
Trained in Art with a Masters degree in Psychology, Gita has been part of many exhibitions since early 90’s. She has been consistently showcasing her works in India and abroad, apart from doing commissioned projects for corporate. Gita's works are semi-abstract with the suggestion of a female form, architecture, musical instruments, or some combination of these elements. They simultaneously explore color, texture, line and form, not as juxtapositions or layers but as integral to one another.
Solo exhibitions (selected)
Prakrit Art Gallery – Chennai 2014
Group exhibitions (selected))
Vinyasa Art Gallery – Chennai 2014
Wipro, Larsen & Toubro, Apollo Hospitals, US Consulate, Hexaware Technologies, Le Meridian, CITIBANK, Caritor, Tidel Park, Sathyam Infoway and for various private collectors around the world.
Gita began making short documentary films in 2005. She regards film-making as an extension of fine arts, which is also their subject matter. Her films are either about the work of Indian artists working here or abroad, or about foreign artists working and finding their inspiration in India. Three of Gita’s films document artists’ camps.
Red Symphony - Achuthan Kudallur 2005
Moonlighting - Prafulla Mohanti 2006
Garden of Adam - Adam Khan 2006
Echoes of Freedom - RB Bhaskaran 2006
Oceanside - Ka.Ty Deslandes 2007
Synergy Six - Six Women Artists 2007
Cosmic Blue - Chantal Gowa 2008
With laxma Goud - Artists camp 2009
Confluence - Artists camp Rishikesh 2009
Fluid Bronze - Elanchezhiyan 2009
Sthapathy’s Mangai - Vidya Sankar Sthapathy 2009
Honeyline of Kurumba – Tribal artist Kitna 2011
Deskilling of Art - Banner Artists 2011
Dreamline - Narendra Babu 2011
Perumal’s People - P.Perumal 2012
Firstlight – M. Suriyamoorthy 2013
The Gond Narrative - Gond Artist 2013
Quest in Solitude - Yusuf Arakkal 2014
Golden Flute – Alphonso Aruldoss 2014
Films screened at DIAF,-Delhi, Nehru Centre and Noble Sage gallery- London, British Council, Alliance Françoise- Chennai, Bharath Bhavan ,-Bhopal, Bharat Nivas- Auroville, Smithsonian Museum-Washington DC, JDCA –Orissa, Lalit Kala Akademi –Delhi & Chennai and in many private gallerieswww.studiogita.in
Diploma & Post Diploma in Painting (1984)
Group show at chitra kala parisid-Bangalore 2007&2008
Art Fusion Nehru Centre Mumbai-2009
Andhra Akedemi Artists Camp— 1996
48th National Academy Award , Mumbai — 2005
Modern Art Gallery — New Delhi
# 4, Thirivalluvar Street, M.G.R. Nagar,
K. G. NARENDRA BABU
Renowned artist and social activist Veerasanthanam’s paintings also aim to preserve and communicate with the past, in contemporary times. His paintings depict stories from mythology, traditional art forms and murals from our temples. His art tends to balance the trends in changing generations, and allows present generation to comprehend their origins and history.
Profile : Veerasanthanam
Born in 1947, Veerasanthanam obtained his Diploma in Fine Arts from the Govt. College of Arts and Crafts, Kumbakonam in 1971 and a Post-diploma in Industrial Design (Textiles) from the Govt. College of Arts and Crafts, Chennai. He is also trained in Fresco painting from Rajasthan.
Santhanam has participated in many major shows since 1968 including national exhibitions held at Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkata, New Delhi, and Kerala. He has attended the prestigious camp sponsored by Prof. Paul Lingeran of San Diego State College, California, USA. Santhanam won various awards which include All India Industrial Exhibition, Chennai (1997), the National Award for Master Craftsman in printing (1988), an award in the Wild Life Photographic and Painting Competition (1975) and Art Exhibition of Ovia Nunkalai Kuzhu, Tamilnadu (1981).
His art has won him the President of India Award in 1990.
A monograph on Santhanam titled Mukilin Meethu Neruppu was published in 1988. He has played the lead role in the film Sandhya Ragham (1990) directed by the eminent director Balu Mahendra. His works are in the collections of Lalit Kala Akademi- New Delhi, Chitra Kala Parishad- Bangalore, Chithra Art Gallery- Thiruvanathapuram, Karnataka Museum- Bangalore, the Govt. Museum -Chennai, Manipur Museum, Boopankar Museum, Gharat Bhavan - Bhopal, National Gallery of Modern Art- New Delhi, South Zone Cultural Centre and Lalit Kala Academy Regional Centre- Chennai and State Lalit Kala Academy, Bangalore.
Santharam participated in the group show representing South Indian Masters at Gnani Arts and one – man show at Utterly Art in Singapore.