Aug. 27, 2012
-- Kingson Swargiary a passionate young and emerging artist comes from a back ground far removed from the essence of Delhi. His perception of Delhi culminates from his observance and imagination and filters out to us in two mainstreams, namely -"Colourful Delhi" and "Colourless Delhi".
In his vibrant Colourful Delhi series -he depicted modern today's life style, glamour, wealth and affluence.
In his colourless Delhi series,he depicted the have nots - the slum dwellers, beggars and street life in somber shades of colourless colour. Despite the theme, he represented myriad hope and peacefulness in his treatment of pallet.
Kingson's association with Renge has led many an art lover fulfilled and happy to take home his thinking art into their lives and live his dreams. His work has always had a sense of vibrancy and urgency a need to be noticed and thought about thereafter.
"Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life"- Pablo Picasso.
Renge has emerged as an institution which is synonymous with helping the young and the talented. Their selfless endeavour is to put forth the artist on a platform for viewing of his work amongst art lovers.
Their next show is scheduled for the 16th and 17th of September at the same venue where they will exhibit works of two new Emerging artist.