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The Shadow Trapper's Almanac, is Tanmoy Samanta's first solo exhibition in the city.The exhibition features gouache paintings on rice paper and recycled book sculptures - two integral facets of his practice.
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Free Press Journal | Where art leaps roads and barriers
Artist Tanmoy Samanta's second solo exhibition features a series of paper works, books and sculptures. The works are created using de-saturated colour, to get the stone like textures. While the subjects are iconographic depictions of boring objects that are crafted in unusual hues, keeping the fundamental features of the objects.19 Jan 2017Read More
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This will mark Tanmoy Samanta's second solo exhibition at TARQ. For the show Samata continues his exploration of the surreal and the banal by presenting a series of paper works, books and sculptures.
Mumbai Mirror18 Jan 2017
Everyday Life, on paper
A featured article on the integral practices of artist - Tanmoy Samanta.
Mid-day23 Nov 2014
A new works exhibition by Delhi based artist Tanmoy Samanta, who uses Gouache colour that reveals itself over time. His first exhibition in the city - The shadow Trapper's Almanac will feature paintings and paper sculptures created using gouache colour on rice paper.
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Live Mint- 15 Indian galleries unite on a single art platform
Gallery Espace, instead of putting together an online group show, is doing a solo presentation of recent works by Tanmoy Samanta, titled ‘The After Life of Objects’. The influence of his student years at Kala Bhawan, Santiniketan, is obvious in Samanta’s choice of medium—gouache and tempera on paper. He uses a simple visual language to bring out stories of everyday objects.
Live Mint22 Jul 2020