The show is a collection of 18 recent paintings by Raj Chowdhury. His artworks depict the culture, heritage, and beauty of Bengal and India with their uniqueness, and unification with global culture and heritage. Raj's paintings are the reflection of dreams and thoughts which are narrated as poems. They speak for love, peace, nature, women empowerment. They also stand against war, hatred, gender discrimination, and pollution.
The show is curated and organized by Majcaka.com - A single place for the art galleries, art suppliers, and individual artists to display art, and sell it online. Our main aim is to source quality artworks, from the artists and the gallery shows across all the states of India, to the art enthusiasts. Sourcing great art requires good curation. Hence, Majcaka, onboards the artists and galleries only on an invitation basis, after reviewing the artworks and artist profiles thoroughly. Further, our Art Advisory team makes it easy for the art buyers to acquire the art which interests them.
As a young teenager pursuing his hobby, Raj’s works expressed realism and reflection of daily life. Gradually, he felt drawn towards surrealism and abstract realism due to influences from nature, emotions, and mood. Deeply inspired by Rabindranath Tagore, MF Hussain, Pablo Picasso, Van Gogh, Ganesh Pyne, and Satyajit Ray, his recent works depict Romanticism in different forms depending on the subject matter. His paintings are the reflection of dreams and thoughts which are narrated as poems. It speaks for love, peace, nature, women empowerment. It also stands against war, hatred, gender discrimination, and pollution.
He had worked with `Oneness Through Art`, a multicultural unit of Aurodhan Center, Pondicherry under renowned Art Connoisseur and former president of Alliance Française de Pondicherry, Mr. Lalit Verma and also associated with the Cultural Exchange Program under the Institute of Spanish Studies, Kolkata. Recently he has exhibited at Si Bambai at Kala Ghoda art festival and Alliance Française du Bengale.