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Visual Artist

Welcome to the portfolio of Abhishek Narayan Verma, a place where you can discover his work, skills, and professional experience. One of the defining principles that characterises this talented artist is the use of humour and irony as a provocation of thoughts, depicting conflicts and faux pas as a situational storyteller. Take a moment to look through his gallery, and get in touch for more information.

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In his artworks, Abhishek Narayan Verma combines daily life scenarios with fictitious storylines and socio-political messages. In order to express and depict his imaginative, conceptual ideas, and technical skill, he uses a range of materials, techniques and forms. Find out more about Abhishek’s art and explore his portfolio.

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Abhishek’s artworks have been displayed in several solo and group exhibitions all over India and beyond. Moreover, he has played an active role in various art participations and group projects. Find out where you can see his works exhibited next in upcoming events.

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Over the years, Abhishek Narayan Verma has gained international attention. Browse the latest news articles to find updates about the artist, his projects, artworks and exhibitions. Find out more about Abhishek’s inspiration in the interview section and watch his contributions to video documentaries such as the Coronavirus Artpocalypse by Waswo x Waswo aka Evil O.

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"Abhishek Narayan Verma’s work at once calls to the mind the spectacular worlds of Pieter Brueghel, John Tenniel and Lewis Caroll, thereby hinting at a world of the bizarre, the grotesque and the surreal – one in which the poignant human situation is rendered with a smirk of mockery and ridicule. Verma acclimatizes a world with remarkable ease seen in his own accord via the spectacles of Indian parables and epics, interpreting the present with parallels drawn from our historical past. "

- Oindrilla Maity Surai
(Independent Curator, Cultural Theorist and Research Scholar)

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