You have 0 items in your shopping cart

Mangesh Narayanrao Kale

Pune, India 7 Followers

About Artist

Mangesh Narayanrao Kale is a self-taught artist amongst several other talents including being a poet, a translator, a critic and editor. Kale was born in Aurangabad district in Maharashtra in 1966. His works of art...

Read More

Mangesh Narayanrao Kale is a self-taught artist amongst several other talents including being a poet, a translator, a critic and editor. Kale was born in Aurangabad district in Maharashtra in 1966.
His works of art have forms and various shapes, and they effectively impart a captivating quality to the scope of the paintings. His style is distinguished by the tension that moves from the concrete to the abstract and vice versa. This mutual tension is very much a salient feature of Indian expression. It is a conduit from amorphousness to tangibility and vice versa. Mangesh N. Kale’s compositions emerge out of the purely concrete and the purely formless and take a third direction that combines the tangible with the intangible. There’s another conflict that one comes across in Kale’s creation. He repeals the demarcation between the forms of human and animal bodies. Even so, his paintings are such that in the spectator’s mind they evoke the dual sentiments of infatuation and liberation, which ultimately dissolve in the sentiment of liberation. In his oeuvre, one senses the constant struggle between the broken, scattered and mauled human life and the element of life that conjoins and assembles what’s fragmented. His painted works are filled with the turmoil of this struggle.’

Read Less

20 Artworks for sale

Testimonials

  • BIODATA

  • About Artist

    Mangesh Narayanrao Kale is a self-taught artist amongst several other talents including being a poet, a translator, a critic and editor. Kale was born in Aurangabad district in Maharashtra in 1966.
    His works of art have forms and various shapes, and they effectively impart a captivating quality to the scope of the paintings. His style is distinguished by the tension that moves from the concrete to the abstract and vice versa. This mutual tension is very much a salient feature of Indian expression. It is a conduit from amorphousness to tangibility and vice versa. Mangesh N. Kale’s compositions emerge out of the purely concrete and the purely formless and take a third direction that combines the tangible with the intangible. There’s another conflict that one comes across in Kale’s creation. He repeals the demarcation between the forms of human and animal bodies. Even so, his paintings are such that in the spectator’s mind they evoke the dual sentiments of infatuation and liberation, which ultimately dissolve in the sentiment of liberation. In his oeuvre, one senses the constant struggle between the broken, scattered and mauled human life and the element of life that conjoins and assembles what’s fragmented. His painted works are filled with the turmoil of this struggle.’

  • Academics

    1995 – M.C.J, Marathwada University, Aurangabad

    1994 - M.A (Literature) University,Pune,Maharashtra, Pune

    1989 – B.C.J, Marathwada University, Aurangabad


  • Exhibitions

    SOLO EXHIBITIONS

    2015 – Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi

    ART CAMP

    2016 - National Art Conclave,Dr. Shakuntala Misra University, Lucknow, India

    GROUP EXHIBITIONS

    2016 - 57th National Exhibition of Art,Lalit Kala Akademi,Lucknow, India

    2016 - Celestial Collection, Open Palm Court Gallery, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi,India

    2016 – India Art Festival - 1, Major Dhyan Chand Stadium, New Delhi, India

    2015 – Art Spice Gallery, Metropolitan Hotel, New Delhi, India

    2015 – India Art Festival - 5, Nehru Centre, Mumbai, India

    2015 – Asiamania, C – Festival, Seoul, Korea

    2015 – Jahangir Art Gallery, Mumbai, India

    2014 – India Art Festival - 4, Nehru Centre, Mumbai, India

    2013 – India Art Festival - 3, Nehru Centre, Mumbai, India

    2013 – Galerie Art Eterne, Lado Sarai Village, New Delhi, India

    2012 – India Art Festival - 2, MMRDA Ground, Mumbai, India

    2012 – Galerie Art Eterne, Lado Sarai Village, New Delhi, India

    2011 – Artist Centre, Kala Ghoda, Mumbai, India

    2011 – India Art Festival - 1, Nehru Centre, Mumbai, India

    2011 – Kalavishkar, Shahapur, Mumbai, India

    2011 – Galerie Art Eterne, Lado Sarai Village, New Delhi, India

    2010 – India International Art Fair, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, India

    2010 – Galerie Art Eterne, Lado Sarai Village, New Delhi, India

  • Award & Recognition

    2006 - 'Yashwantrao Chavan Karad Award’ for "Shaktipatache Sutra" (Poetry)

    2007 - ‘Marathwada Sahitya Parishad Award’ for "Shaktipatache Sutra" (Poetry)

    2011 - ‘Maharashtra Foundation Award (USA)’ for “Tritiya Purushache Aagman” (Poetry)

    2013 - ‘Bhavbhuti Award’ for contribution to Marathi Poetry.

    2010 - Fellowship from IFA, Bangalore for research work in literary magazines (2010-11)

    2013 - Senior writer Fellowship from Cultural Ministry of India for research work on

    Variation of Form: Painting and Poetry (2013-14)

Top