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 Krishnaji Shamrao Kulkarni  (1916 - 1996)

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Lived/Active: India      Known for: painting

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Krishna Shamrao Kulkarni (1916-1994) qualified from the Sir J.J. School of Art, Bombay in 1942. He worked as visiting Professor at the Delhi Polytechnic, Art Dept. from 1945 to 1962. He was the Founder member of the Delhi Shilpi Chakra in 1948. In 1962 he became the Art Director of the Triveni kala Sangam, New Delhi of which he was also the Founder Member. He held several solo shows in India and abroad from 1951 to 1994. He participated in International shows at Tokyo, Paris, New York, Venice, Sao Paulo and London. He was the recipient of National and International awards. He made a mural 200ft to 50ft at Moscow for an exhibition organized by the Govt. of India.

Kulkarni was interested in all the arts, especially music - for him music related sound and time, and so subtly pictured the ultimate edges of human communication. Now though the arts form a circle and not a pyramid, music is an outer defensive barrier for self-expression, and whose elaboration was a condition of all the other modes of articulation. That music pointed to silence, was again an image which Kulkarni seemed to use in his own work. Like all thoughtful artists he dreamed of a silence which makes the human creature long for the great ocean from which it initially emerged.

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