The paintings of Bhubaneswar-based artist, Ramakrishna Behera, are most certainly landscapes and are inspired by real places: the caves of Ajanta, the mountains and monasteries of Ladakh, the countryside of Orissa and even the interior of the artist's home.
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There is quite literally, a dizzying quality about the paintings of Ramakrishna Behera (New works, Bose Pacia, till October 16). If you have ever had the misfortune of experiencing the giddiness that precedes swooning, you will probably relate to Behera's montage of distorted shapes in more visceral way than many healthier viewers of his art.
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Ramakrishna Behera's first solo show in the capital places softly washed finaly detailed watercolours of familier structureslike the HirapurTemple in Orissa and the Ajanta Caves in Maharashtra against the backdrop of the outer space, complete with a dark sky pin-pricked with planets, stars even galexies.
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