Jagannath Panda

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Jagannath uses simple and seemingly direct imageries painted in a naturalistic palette where he portrays the mundane as picturesque. In his works animals become extensions of humans wherein the human behavioural patterns are transplanted onto the animals. His works symbolize the nature of his interests, an artist who is socially conscious and believes in his role.
He engages with diverse themes, concerns and emotions – for instance – death and desire, social injustice, social and economic inequalities, issues of urbanization and dislocation, shifts in cultural and religious paradigms are few of them. The themes, he addresses in his works, come from his avaricious curiosity and his own methodologies and spirit. In his recent works the imagery operating in the paintings has been elaborated into sculptures.

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