Nilotpal Sinha before a house at Santiniketan, WB, India. Posted on May 16 2016
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To the readers, SOAP OPERA– Engagements of the Illusory Present Exhibition of painting, sculpture & print at Jehangir Art Gallery The dream of seven artists from Bengal have successfully organized their art show (Soap Opera) at Jehangir Art Gallery in … Continue reading
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To the readers, Senior & Junior Artists’ Camp 2018 by AIFACS AIFACS (All India Fine Arts & Crafts Society http://www.aifacs.org.in) is one of the most oldest art organization established in 1928 at New Delhi, India and during several years this … Continue reading
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Acknowledgement: Film Subarnorekha by Ritwik Ghatak, images of crashed fighter plane, atom bomb, bunch of books, atomic explosion from web, plastic ghost by Naba K Chakrabarty and rest of the images shoot at Khoai by me.
Nilotpal Sinha Simulation of images at Khoai river a mythological expansion Digital Graphics on flex 120″ x 72″ 2016
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Translated Bengali text in the image: The garbage of the past is an asset of life.
Nilotpal Sinha Nature is the store-room Digital print sizes variable 2013