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Information regarding exhibitions or newpapers articles on A. Ramachandran

Homecoming for master artist

'Kerala is slowly opening up to the world of art', says Ramachandran

 

Read more: http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-national/homecoming-for-master-artist/article5005853.ece (Source: The Hindu, August 9, 2013)

Kerala to showcase artist A. Ramachandran’s work

Interview with Artist Riyas Komu

 

While renowned artist A. Ramachandran talks to Riyas Komu of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale Foundation Nidhi Surendranath tunes into their conversation

Artist A. Ramachandran has to his credit Padma Bhushan, chairmanship of the Kerala Lalit Kala Akademi, and over 15 solo exhibitions. The 79-year-old artist, who was born at Attingal in Thiruvananthapuram, also faced adversity many times in his illustrious career. His shift from ‘modern’ style to works inspired by the murals of Kerala and mythology was seen by much of the art world as a betrayal of the modernist movement. His attempt to bring in reform when he took over the as the head of the Akademi in 1991 also met with stiff resistance. As his retrospective opened at Durbar Hall art gallery in Kochi on Sunday, Riyas Komu, renowned artist and secretary of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale Foundation, caught up with him for a chat.

http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/Kochi/this-state-never-accepted-me-says-doyen-of-indian-art/article5012988.ece 

First ever Ramachandran retrospective in Kerala

"A mini-retrospective of Delhi-based artist A Ramachandran, featuring works done over the past 50 years, is set to open for the first time in his native Kerala next month…"

Read on:

http://www.business-standard.com/article/pti-stories/first-ever-ramachandran-retrospective-in-kerala-113072800206_1.html 

(Source: Business Standard, July 28, 2013).

Article on the Kerala Exhibition

Kerala to host first-ever retrospective of A. Ramachandran, one of India’s most distinguished artists.

In a career spanning 50 years, A. Ramachandran has exhibited in the most reputed galleries and museums around the world. He is, however, only now going to make his debut in his native state, Kerala.

In August 2013, Lalithkala Academy Kochi is going to host the first solo exhibition of the world-renowned painter and sculptor. The scope of the exhibition is going to be that of a minor retrospective.

The 15-day exhibition will be held at the vintage Durbar Hall Gallery in downtown Ernakulam till 25 August and is being organized by Delhi- and London-based Vadehra Art Gallery. The exhibition will showcase more than 100 works and will give the audience in Kerala a broad overview of the different genres in which Ramachandran has worked over the past five decades.

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