The Long Gaze Back :
Neo Miniatures by Anindita Bhattacharya
Anindita’s works fire on all cylinders, blurring polarities of Islamic & Hindu, traditional and contemporary, East and West, representation and abstraction. She is an artist who is mature beyond her years, and will be a force in years to come.
Joining ranks with South Asia’s increasing number of radical and avant garde artists who are crossing the cultural rubicon between historical and contemporary art, neo-miniaturist Anindita Bhattacharya’s subversive yet serene paintings in earth tones both iconsize and obliterate the very same miniature heritage they reference. She creates ontemporary renaissance composites of hand cut paper and wasli paintings that require sight, foresight and insight,infact they require a long gaze back.