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|Subhamita Dinda | b.1975|
• B V A from Rabindra Bharati University in 1997
• M V A from the same university in 1999
Academy of Fine Art, Kolkata 1998
• All India Annual Exhibition of Academy of Fine Art ,Kolkata, 1993 to 1995.
• Bombay Art Society Annual Exhibition, Mumbai 1994.
• West Bengal State Academy, Kolkata 1993 to 1994.
• India Society of Oriental Art, Kolkata 1995.
• Rabindra Bharti University Annual Exhibition, Kolkata 1993-1998
• Impression-97, Academy of Fine Art, 1997-1998
• Group Exhibition, Delhi 2002-2004
• Group Exhibition Sarada Math, Kolkata, 2004
• Art Pilgrim present a Group Show’05, at Lalit Kala Academy, New Delhi
• Group Exhibition Academy of Fine Art, Kolkata 2005
• Birla Academy Show, Delhi 2005
• Bikash Bhattacharya Parampara Show, Kolkata 2005
• Mohua Art Gallery, Madras 2005
• La Mere, Kolkata 2005
• Kanishka Gallery, Kolkata 2005
• Birla Academy Show , Delhi 2006
• Work Shop in Nepal 2006
• Group Show Kanishka Gallery, Kolkata 2006
• Gallery Idiyas Group Show, Kolkata 2006
• Masters Collection Group Show, Kolkata 2006
• Taj Bengal Show, Kolkata 2006
• Genesis Art Gallery Show, Kolkata 2006
• Mahua Art Gallery, Madras 2006
• A Greens of Bengal, Collection Stops, New Delhi 2007
• Amiret Green Exhibition, Dubai 2007
• Mahua Art Gallery, Show in London & Mumbai, 2007
• Academy of Fine Art, Kolkata 2007
• Nouveau Exhibition Bangalore, Lila 2007
• Hyatt Agency Exhibition, Kolkata 2007
• La Mere Exhibition, Kolkata 2007
• Ankan Art Gallery Exhibition, Kolkata 2007
• Mumbai Art Festival 2007
• Master Collection Art Gallery, Kolkata 2008.
• Genesis Art Gallery Exhibition 2008
• Auction in aid of Tsunami victim at Calcutta Swimming Club & Lions Club, 2005
• Mumbai Art Festival Auction 2008
Subhamita's mastery of the feminine from is linked with the seeking of a texturized backdrop to enhance what could be sensuous mysterious, inscrutable and wholly beauteous. Her search for design configuration in textile and their use as a backdrop to her nude study are the challenges that give her work the quality of melded discovery. For, while the texture becomes the base of her expressive universe, her female forms then clamber on to this textile world and merge and subsume themselves in the sumptuous feel of brocade and silk and patterned weaves.
Subhamita likes to paint the human form in its various moods & incarnations. Using the Woman as her protagonist, & sometimes introducing the colour white in its starkness to convey the message of innocence, or purity or simply beauty, she successfully manages to capture the fleeting moods of humanity.
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