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Asit Kumar Patnaik, 1968 | Figurative painter



Asit Kumar Patnaik, Indian painter, was born in Orissa. A National Scholar and MFA topper from BHU, he has received several provincial and national awards🎨, the latest being a grand felicitation from the Government College of Art and Crafts, his alma mater in Khallikote, Orissa.
A semi-realistic figurative painter, Patnaik has enjoyed much critical acclaim and popular appreciation over the past few years.


Best known for his “Relations” series that revolves around a semi-clad male and female figure captured in a series of complex, multiple and open ended postures, Patnaik has graced several solo and major group shows in India and abroad, 2008, ‘The Sacred’ a group show Sponsored by Galleria at Visual Arts Gallery, India Habitat Centre, 2008 and Colors 2007, Modern and Contemporary Indian Art Show presented by Gallery Art land at Majestic Hotel Tower, Dubai, 2007, to name a few.
Patnaik’s works can be found in several private and public collections in India, USA, UK, South Korea, UAE, Australia, Bangladesh South Africa and Switzerland, including that of the President of India. The artist currently lives and works in New Delhi.













Asit Kumar Patnaik ha conseguito la laurea in Belle Arti presso il College of Art and Crafts, Orissa e maestri del BHU, Varanasi, in cima alla lista.
Pittore semi-realistico, le sue narrazioni ruotano attorno alla psiche umana ed al rapporto interpersonale delle persone nella società.
Destinatario di numerosi premi🎨 tra cui borsa di studio nazionale e borsa di studio junior di MHRD, The Department of Culture, Govt. dell'India, nel campo delle belle arti. Asit è stato recentemente onorato dalla sua Alma Mater in Orissa.
Ha esposto in oltre 40 mostre personali e collettive in India ed all'estero, tra cui il decimo Harmony Show annuale e la Biennale di Firenze, 2011.
Asit partecipa regolarmente a Art Camp e il suo lavoro è tenuto in varie collezioni pubbliche e private nel paese ed oltremare.
Il lavoro di Patnaik fa parte della collezione privata del Presidente dell'India. L'artista vive e lavora a Nuova Delhi.










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