The solo exhibition of sculptures in copper and painting mixed media–Zen Space–was organised at the Visual Arts Gallery, India Habitat Centre, from March 23–March 31, 2016. It displayed the artist’s, Mr. Satish Gupta, consolidated works of eight paintings, 10 sculptures, and 72 haikus. Here are some glimpses.
‘Shunya–The empty Zen circle’, depicting the oneness of environment
One of the major attractions of the exhibition was the life-size sleeping Buddha’s head
Bodhisattva statues with five different Buddhist postures, depicting five different elements–air, water, earth, space and fire
Haiku, a form of traditional Japanese poetry
Mr. Satish Gupta with his installation ‘Shunya–The empty Zen circle’, depicting the oneness of environment
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