Art Podium 2019

SIGNATURES@VALUE- Exhibiting Contemporary Masters and Senior Indian Artists​

This group show is specially curated and is presented by Rajneeta Kewalramani & Sapna Kar, boasting of a collection by over 20 Indian artists spaning myriad genres and varied themes. The works speak for themselves, that are best in class in terms of quality and yet are ‘comfortable on the pocket’.

M.F. Husain, F.N. Souza, Satish Gujral, Paresh Maity, Sakti Burman, Manu Parekh, B. Prabha, Ram Kumar, Thota Vaikuntham, Laxma Goud, K.H. Ara, B. Vithal, Bose Krishnamachari, Arzan Khambatta, Senaka Senanayake, Jayasri Burman, Sujata Bajaj, Ranbir Kaleka, Seema Kohli,A Ramachandran, Badri Narayan, Himmat Shah, Fawad Tamkanat, Ramesh Gorjala, Sachin Tekade, Sanjay Bhattacharya, Shiffali Wadhawan, Suhas Roy

NIRMALYA KUMAR – Exhibiting Old Bengal Masters​

Kumar has over the past 30 years amassed an important collection of paintings from Bengal 1900-1947, especially of the artists Hemendranath Mazumdar, Jamini Roy, and Rabindranath Tagore. Selections from his collection have been borrowed for exhibitions by Asia House London, Bauhaus Museum in Dessau Germany, Museo delle Culture Lugano in Switzerland, National Gallery Singapore, and Tate Britain.

Tagore, Sunayani Devi (1875-1962), Jamini Roy (1887-1972), Hemen Mazumdar (1894-1948), Mukul De (1895-1989), Ramkinker Baij (1906-1980), Gopal Ghose (1913–1980), Ganesh Pyne(1937-2013), Bikash Bhattacharya (1940-2006) along with a collection of Early Bengal Oil (late 1900-1930) and Kalighat (1900)


A senior Indian Artist from Pune, India. During her career Bhaduri has created works in a variety of styles, including abstract art, landscapes and figurative artworks and paintings. Although she primarily works in oils, in 2002 she also experimented with abstract sculpture. Her paintings were purchased by many private collectors. Along with solo shows in her native India, Bhaduri’s has had a number of international shows.


Studio-ID Art Gallery (Singapore) presents Nidhi Samani, a British-Indian artist practicing in Singapore. She draws her inspiration through nature and enlightenment. She works simultaneously on a parallel series “Journeys Beyond” and “Singapore Blooms”, both of which are mixed media, bold, infused with vibrant thoughts, dominating and inviting textures, instilling a calm and composed juxtaposition of mind over matter.


A Singapore art gallery specialising in Vietnamese artworks. “Vietnamese art is the result of a fantastic integration of different cultures. Of Chinese origin, it was exposed to Hindu and Khmer influences, and later, during the Colonial period, to French influence. Later still came American, Russian and Eastern European inspirations”.

Le Minh Duc
Dinh Cong Dat
Nguyen Lam
Buu Huu Hung
Bui Van Hoan
Lim Khim Katy
Phuong Quoc Tri
Lieu Nguyen Huong Duong
Truong Be
Simon Wee
Hoang Nghia Hiep
Ngo Van Sac
Nguyen Thanh Binh
Nguyen Dieu Thuy
Phan Thu Trang
Nguyen Tuan Dung

SANG SU PARK A Korean Master sculptor who is inspired by music so much so that his creations are ode to music in a tangible form. The audiences are treated to a marriage of mediums within the composition, showcasing the artist’s expertise in handling materials that run the gamut. Wood, metal, marble, and resin, Park’s sculptures are either skilful manipulations of each material, or a masterful concoction of two or more of them.

Sang Su Park