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Untitled. Rajat Nandi Gallerie Alternatives
   
Art can be an expression of an individual or that of an entire community. When Hussain paints a Sarasawti, he has made his own individual interpretation of a goddess that is akin to him, but when the Warlis draw the Palighat goddess, they create an archetype instead, that, speaks of the vision and belief of a community. When a community draws on to an archetype for its expression, the act no longer remains the expression of an individual but the belief of community in the sacro-sanctity of the archetype.
Community acts are an interpretation of a set of individuals of an idea, value or an image that the community firmly holds on to. The aesthetic elements involved in the process of creation and the final work itself, make such a community work a work of art itself. No wonder, today historians and critics cry out loud, that a trail of prayer flags flying beautifully across the blue sky and cutting the green valley are not just a religious symbol but a creative conceptual art of a community. Here, seeing is important, but more than that, it's the'beautiful'concept of spreading peace and good will through the elements of nature. This'beauty'of the concept is aesthetic and makes the prayer flags a work of art provided your intention is to do so.
My intention is to do so. I am an artist of Tibetan origin having passed out from the Slade School of Art, University College London, uk. I would like to create a community work of art to protest the illegal and inhuman Chinese occupation of Tibet through the language and space of art.
We have offered our tears, slogans and placards and fasting to this movement of freedom. Today I would like to offer our blood as our commitment to the truth of our movement. The stupa is not just our religious symbol but also our living identity. I request all Tibetans to donate their blood to make a stupa of Tibetan blood as a monument to our fight for freedom and dignity.
Untitled
Oeuvres d'Artistes,  Peintures,  Acrylique
Auteur: Rajat Nandi
76.2 x  61 cm  /   30 x  24 in
Thèmes: Religion, Spirituel  /   Origines: Arts d'Indes  /   Genres: Expressionnisme  /   Caractéristiques: Encadrée  /   Authenticité: Original  /   Types d'Artistes: Artistes de galeries  /   Supports: Sur Toile  /   Période: Moyen-Age (V-XVème)  /  
 
Publié: 8 septembre, 2016 / Modifié: 8 septembre, 2016
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