Saturday, February 4

Kolkatans elated with ‘Tagore in shorthand’

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Artist Indrajit Nattoji presented a unique collection of paintings at the ICCR on Saturday. It was called, “Tagore in Shorthand” that delves into Kobi Guru’s literary works through handwriting his poems and songs in his image, using ink and paint on paper. Each art-work showcases one of Tagore’s literary works written in his image. Portraits range from Tagore as a young man to his later years – an artist’s tribute to Rabindranath Tagore in hand written drawing style. Director and actor Parambrata Chattopadhyay was present at the event with Bickram Ghosh, Wassim Kapoor, Baishali Dalmiya among others on day one. A student of NID, Ahmedabad, Nattoji has wonthe Singapore Promax BDA Asia Awards, Razorfish Rocket Award for Rising Talent and Best Station ID. He has worked in Channel [v]Mumbai as Senior Producer, later becoming an ad-filmmaker kick-starting his own company called Blink Pictures. Currently, he is writing his next feature film, while conceptualizing, directing and producing three film installations for India’s first Museum on Indian Music in Bangalore and continuing to make Ad-Films. He loves travelling the world with his family.

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