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"My methods and intentions are most important for my work. Though representational in nature it only retains some specific, but ambiguous qualities in representational forms of art practice as seen throughout history".
Rajendra Kapse hails from a small town called Chandrapur (East of Maharashtra) and came to Mumbai to study art. It is here that he grew and developed and he feels that this is an important aspect that has affected him as an artist. My work deals with social concerns, and stands as a critique to the present chaos around us - As our contemporary culture lives with all kinds of contradictions and extremes.
Basically a Painter, he is also inclined to work in different forms and mediums and open for new methods, techniques and concerns. With a consciousness and awareness of Indian and Western contemporary Art Forms, his work draw few parallels, and moves towards / from personal subjective interpretations and perceptions - To a more interactive plinth. Use of references from established and already famous artists work their usage of language and his ways of using / fragmenting / distorting / constructing a new construct, is the way he can at the moment describe his work. "Borrowing and transforming is my method - I believe I`ve recognized in time, keeping my integrity intact."
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