A Painting Exhibition, entitled “Art without Borders” by Mr. Adarsh Kumar Sinha, was opened at the Russian Centre of Science and Culture, in New Delhi, on October 19. Inaugurating the exhibition, Mr. Abhay Kumar, Writer, Artist and Diplomat, said that the painting exhibition by the young and promising artist Mr. Adarsh Kumar Sinha remained unique in the sense that it projected the cultural affinity largely present in the architecture, cityscapes and landscapes of both India and Russia.
The paintings, representing realism and imagination through the technique of painting, are particularly expressive in featuring the minute details of Indian city life, he added.
Earlier, in his welcome remark, Mr. Gadzhi M. Akhmedov, Deputy Director, RCSC, lauded the consistent efforts taken by the Indian artist Mr. Adarsh Kumar Sinha in successfully bringing out historical glory and legacy of the two countries through his excellent paintings. He made a special reference to the rarest skill of the artist in his drawings on the decisive period of Mughal rule in India.
The artist Mr. Adarsh Kumar Sinha, whose 28 painting are displayed at the exhibition which includes Jantar Mantar, Red Fort, Qutab Minar, the Kremlin, and others, is a Master of Fine Arts from the Delhi College of Art, University of Delhi. He has participated in several art exhibitions in important institutions in Delhi and other Indian cities in the past and won awards. He already held an exhibition titled “Consonance of Indian and Russian Architecture” at the RCSC on August 18, 2010, and won the acclaim of art-lovers and media. Sharing his impression, he noted that he has tried to show the heritage and monuments of the medieval and ancient age close to the minds and hearts of the peoples of India and Russia. The Russian architectural designs are mostly similar to the Indian one, and the Russian artists use bright colours in painting with clarity and aesthetic sense, from which Indian artists have a lot of inspiration to draw, he pointed out.