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MASTER BRUSHWORKS Pema Rinzin x Kapoor Galleries


Courtesy Kapoor Galleries

Pema Rinzin x Kapoor Galleries
Opening Reception: Friday, July 5, 6-8:30pm (Kindly RSVP)
34 East 67th Street, 3rd Floor

Kapoor Galleries presents Master Brushworks, showcasing new and previously shown paintings by Brooklyn-based Tibetan artist Pema Rinzin. This will be Rinzin’s fourth solo exhibition in New York and his first with Kapoor Galleries, featuring twelve paintings rendered in ground mineral pigments, sumi ink, and gold.

Throughout a career spanning more than three decades traveling and living in India, Germany, and Japan, Rinzin—a master in the art of traditional Thangka painting—seeks to demonstrate the essence of Tibetan art through his striking contemporary practice. The artist was influenced by Chinese, Korean, and Japanese traditions of brushwork, especially the work of Hokusai, and believes that “master brushwork means you can see depth and color in the black and white of sumi-ink art. If you pay attention to the brushwork of Tibetan art, it is the same. Drawing and brushwork are the essence of Tibetan art.”

Be sure to RSVP here for the opening to view these fascinating paintings by Pema Rinzin.

To view the online exhibition catalog, click here.

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