Prokash Karmakar

Prokash Karmakar is considered a revolutionary in the sense that he doesn’t exhibit in art galleries. All through his artistic career he has always exhibited on street corners because he did not want his paintings to be imprisoned within four walls. Most of his earlier artworks capture remembrances from the past – some of them are very personal, and some are from the darkest moments of human history. More recently he has painted landscapes, depicting lush tropical vegetation, hills and valleys, seascapes and mangroves in their wild diversity – which have made him even more popular with art galleries.

Academics: 1953 Government College of Art and Craft, Kolkata

Exhibitions:
Public events

2000 – AbinendraPuraskar Award
1976 – Biria Academy of Art and Culture, Kolkata
1970 – RabindraBharati University, Kolkata
1969-70 Fellowship for Study in France
1968,65,57 – National Art Exhibition, Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi”

Group shows:

2008 – Hues of Bengal, Gallert G and Janus Art Gallery
2008 – Art from Bengal, Art Elements Gallery, New Delhi
2007 – Signature Images, Gallery Kolkata, Kolkata
2007 – Uninterrupted Journeys, Nitanjali Art Gallery, New Delhi
2007 – Tales of Textures, Art Elements Gallery, New Delhi
2006 – Drawing Show an Act of Art II, Priyasri Art Gallery, Mumbai
2006 – Frames and Beyond, Nehru Centre, Mumbai
2006 – Spectra, Gallerie Zen, Bangalore

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