The Unspoken

  • Artist:

    Manoj Bhanuse

  • Curator:

    Tanya Abraham

  • Location:

    Kashi Art Gallery, Burger Street, Fort Kochi

  • Date:

    July 06, 2018 - August 06, 2018

  • Biodata:

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Artist Manoj Bhanuse, through his paintings, expresses the mundane elements that we come across in our everyday lives. Through abstraction, he attempts to establish feelings of familiarity and estrangement, all at once. The mood of the paintings is not necessarily melancholy, neither is it joyful. Rather, these images try to infuse a sense of detachment through its somber shades, urging the viewer to be inquisitive through the changing scales of the depicted objects.

Manoj Bhanuse is a painter and sculptor based out of Nagpur, Maharashtra. His artistic oeuvre comprise works across multiple mediums, and his knack for combining various techniques to explore more possibilities of expression make his work unique.

Curator's Note

Tradition, myths and untouched natural beauty meet here at Kayal, a resort hidden in a quiet island on Vembanad lake, India's largest lagoon. On a soul searching trip to this island, Maneesha Panicker, the founder of experiential travel outfit, Silk Route Escapes, realized she had to share the authenticity of this unexplored land with her guests. At Kakkathuruthu, the Island of Crows, she built Kayal, an intimate space where fisherfolk and farmers share their life with guests. Though not far from the ancient port city of Kochi, the island, connected only by traditional rowboats, is off the maddening rush of modernity. While experiencing the luxury at Kayal, you will be taken back to time when life

The Unspoken (1)

40”x40”, oil on canvas

Lotus Pod

40”x40”, oil on canvas

Morning Walk

40”x40”, oil on canvas

The Unspoken (2)

40”x40”, oil on canvas

The Unspoken (3)

48”x24”, oil on canvas

The Unspoken (4)

48”x24”, oil on canvas

Red Landscape (1)

36”x36”, oil on canvas

Red Landscape (2)

36”x36”, oil on canvas