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For example, it tells you when to stop eating. an astrobiologist at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, “You can’t give everyone the vaccine the same day, “Extraordinary times call for extraordinary measures, but he is an inspiration for me. the owners are planning a grand opening within the next two months.s daughter in Maaee (yet to release),s Barfi!opposite Ranbir Kapoor and Priyanka Chopra Apart from Shahid-Ileana romancethe film also portrays the mother-son relationshipwhich will take the story forward While the other characters are yet to be finalisedthe film will go on floors on November 1 and will be shot entirely in Mumbai studios It will be released next year Meanwhilethe actor has opted out of director Maneesh Sharmas untitled filmproduced by YRFscheduled to start this September The star had to pull out due to his other commitmentsas he was unable to adjust his dates List of actors in Marathi characters *Rani Mukerji – Ayya *Asin – Khiladi 786 *Priyanka Chopra – Agneepath/Kaminey *Akshay Kumar – Khatta Meetha *Shilpa Shetty – Rishtey *Urmila Matondkar – Satya For all the latest Entertainment News download shlf1314n Express App More Related NewsWritten by Vandana Kalra | Published: May 15 2016 1:30 am A panel in Venkat Raman Singh’s new book Top News According to Gond legend Mahadeo and Gaura created the world birthing 12 Gond brothers unfamiliar with etiquette leaving it to Lingo the heroic forefather of the tribe to teach them the ways of life Brought up listening to the folk tale Venkat Raman Singh Shyam is not sure if he truly believed in it But in his book Finding My Way (Juggernaut Rs 1499) he builds a narrative around it — the way of life becomes the way of art where artist Jagdish Swaminathan is Mahadeo the creator of their world father of the primitive Gonds and Jangarh Singh Shyam is the Lingo who pulls the Pardhan Gond from the interiors of Madhya Pradesh to prestigious art biennales and exhibitions on the global map It was under Jangarh’s mentorship that Shyam a Class X dropout made the first leap from Sijhora to Bhopal in 1988 Since then he has travelled across the world — from Barcelona and Paris to Virginia But that 400-odd km journey was perhaps his biggest step “It was a first in more ways than one I was seeing a big city Things that others found commonplace were fascinating for me: the roads aircraft palaces and the lakes” says the artist 46 In the early 1990s he fled to Delhi to pursue art doing odd jobs as a domestic servant whitewasher and rickshaw puller for survival He returned home when his health failed At Khoj Studios in Delhi he has converted a corner of one of the rooms into a traditional Gond home the wall painted in conventional Gond patterns of flora and fauna There is also a self-portrait juxtaposed with Dutch artist Rembrandt where Shyam paints the master in Jangarh kalam — the style of art conceptualised by Jangarh — using thin brushstrokes to form the portrait crowned with a feathered headgear “Rembrandt became so famous he spaw-ned imitators and copyists His story is much like Jangarh’s where one became many” writes author S Anand who has written the text of the book The pages are left unnumbered like art on the walls Through his story Shyam attempts at documenting the evolution of Gond art from celebratory paintings on mud walls to acrylics that are coming under the hammer If Jangarh had not committed suicide in Japan in 2001 Gond art would perhaps have taken a different route He was their captain With him gone the vacuum had to be filled “We became competitive started hoarding the contacts we had” says Shyam “It also made me re-examine what I was doing I was 30 years old I had two children I decided to plunge into the same tornado that had swept Jangarh away Besides with the new flex boards and vinyl painting artists who had painted posters and hoardings by hand were becoming dispensable” By then he had developed his own style perfecting patterns that looked like cracked earth and achieving complete control over the fine lines and dots that lend his work texture He had once ground masalas and filled paint for Jangarh Now he attempts to fly as he depicts in the book winged and seated on a three-headed mythical creature Shyam had once applied for a government job but got interested in graphics and personality development Soon he was getting noticed as his work began to respond to the world around him After the 2008 Mumbai terrorist attack he painted smoke billowing out of the burning Taj More than a decade after Jangarh’s demise like his other disciples Shyam too has developed a unique language The signature that the master hardly used has become important Acrylics have replaced natural dyes Shyam makes the outline first with a special black a mixture of green blue and black on a steel plate Then the colours are filled He prefers brushes made with animal hair and fur But they are now difficult to find he rues In his plastic box are some made of sable fur which he sparingly uses Having exhibited at the recently concluded Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art in Queensland Australia in 2013 he was part of “Sakahàn: International Indigenous Art” at the National Gallery of Canada “Unfortunately the West is more encouraging and aware In shlf1314 people ask me ‘Oh is this Madhubani’ I don’t know what to say” says Shyam as he prepares for another show at the Camellia Gallery in Singapore His hair is long and he wears a gold ring in one ear He is conscious about how he presents himself The latest iPhone is meant to improve his English “When I type auto predict helps me learn to spell” he says Back home in Bhopal his son Naveen 19 and daughter Mrinalini16 often help their mother Saroj paint the walls of their home “Art is in their blood But for now they should concentrate on getting good grades” he says It has taken him decades to gain acclaim — from pulling a rickshaw in Delhi it is only now that he can paint the vehicle to tell his story The wheels are finally turning in his favour For all the latest Lifestyle News download shlf1314n Express App More Top News “To invest in the US.

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