Thursday, March 31, 2016

Tribute to the most inspirational Architect ZAHA HADID

Portrait of Architect ZAHA HADID by Indian artist Rajesh Nakar.

Thank you, Zaha Hadid, for so many inspiration, Big loss for the Design world. Tribute to the most inspirational, incredible & legendary Architect - Zaha Hadid 
 Rest in peace, OM SHANTI


Saturday, June 20, 2015

Thursday, January 22, 2015

Shankha by Rajesh Nakar at - “THE ART SOCIETY OF INDIA” 97TH ALL INDIA ANNUAL ART EXHIBITION 2015

“THE ART SOCIETY OF INDIA” 97TH ALL INDIA ANNUAL ART EXHIBITION 2015 at JEHANGIR ART GALLERY, MUMBAI

My Sculpture " Indian Shankha, Conch Shell" at
 “THE ART SOCIETY OF INDIA” 97TH ALL INDIA ANNUAL ART EXHIBITION 2015

Talk with Chief Guest Dr. Vitthal Kamat (The orchid and Kamat group of hotels)

Artist Rajesh Nakar - Talk with Chief Guest Dr. Vitthal Kamat 
(The orchid and Kamat group of hotels) & Legendary artist Vasudeo Kamath Sir

Artist Rajesh Nakar with Eminent Artist Prabhakar Kolte Sir & Babubhai Mistry Sir

Monday, January 19, 2015

You are invited - “THE ART SOCIETY OF INDIA” 97TH ALL INDIA ANNUAL ART EXHIBITION 2015

I am honored to announce you my Sculpture “Indian Shankh, Conch Shell” 
has been selected for
 “THE ART SOCIETY OF INDIA” 
97TH ALL INDIA ANNUAL ART EXHIBITION 2015


24K GOLD LEAF SHANKH

Saturday, August 2, 2014

Saturday, July 5, 2014

“RAINY DAYS” abstract art by Rajesh nakar at CHATAK monsoon show 2014

Another RAINY DAY, Another CHANCE TO GROW : 

 Dear all One of my painting “RAINY DAYS” is a part of CHATAK monsoon show 2014 You are cordially invited at Nehru Centre’s CHATAK Monsoon SHOW 2014. The exhibition is at Nehru Centre Art Gallery, Discovery of India Building, Dr. Annie Besant Road, Worli, Mumbai – 400 018. 
 Save the date: 5th to 14th July 2014 between 11.00 am & 6.00 pm. 
 Enjoy the “RAINY DAYS”


Sunday, June 29, 2014

HOLY FIG TREE - Abstract art by Rajesh nakar

HOLY FIG TREE by Rajesh Nakar : Silver Leafing, Gold Leafing on Canvas.

This abstract art is Displayed at ART FUSION SHOW 2014 
 Art Inspiration:
 “HOLY FIG TREE” (The Akshvatth Peepal) this Abstract art is inspired from the Shrimad Bhagvat Geeta’s chapter 15th’s (PURUSHOTTAMA YOG) Sloka 1 to 4, Holy fig tree whose roots are above, branches are down and whose leaves are the Holy Ved scriptures, that imperishable tree is described by the knower of the holy Ved, The Branches nurtured by the gun and the five sense objects being its tendril spread downward and upward. And the roots which bind the soul by the fruitful actions are outspreading in the world.its form is not perceived here as such, NEITHER ITS END, NOR ITS ORIGIN, NOR ITS FOUNDATION, NOR ITS RESTING-PLACE, having cut asunder this firm-rooted AKSHVATTH PEEPAL TREE with the strong axe of non-attachment. ONE SHOULD, THEN, WISH AND DESIRE for the SUPREME ABODE after reaching where no one returns by saying " I TAKE REFUGE IN THE SUPREME PRIMORDIAL PERSONALITY WHO HAS ORIGINATED THIS PRIMEVAL CREATION"

Saturday, June 21, 2014

Indian shankh at ART FUSION SHOW 2014 - My participation, Group Show at Nehru Centre’s

I am one of the artists being featured in this show & two of my works are part of this group show.

This exclusive REAL GOLD LEAF conch shell is a part of Nehru Centre's ART FUSION SHOW 2014, From - 21st to 27th June 2014 between 11.00 am & 8.00 pm at “HALL OF PROGRESS” Nehru Centre, Discovery of India Building, Behind Nehru Auditorium, Dr. Annie Besant Road, Worli, Mumbai.
See you there...

Rajesh Nakar
Just Made For Design,
INDIA
My creation Indian Shankh / CONCH SHELL

Art fusion show inaugurated by Art Historian, Research Scholar, Editor, Curator & PADMA- SHRI awarded 
Dr. Saryu Doshi


Explaining my concept to Dr. Saryu Doshi

My Abstract work “HOLY FIG TREE







Saturday, February 1, 2014

My Art installation "KYA POPAT BANAYA" at Hindustan times KALA GHODA ART FESTIVAL 2014.

The political scenario in the country currently seems like a collage of various images. These images are depiction of the battles we see around to gain political advantage and is constantly moving and changing. These moving images are none other than that of 'acquiring throne' and putting our weight around to gain momentum in clash of power. People who perceives the power to be theirs are more often than once fooled to believe so. However, the conscious effort to vote and change this time around will make the parties and politicians feel so otherwise. “KYA POPAT BANAYA” is a satire where everyone thinks the other is a fool. It is perhaps the throne that has all power and this everybody from a kid to a CEO cannot deny.

We will witness a significant momentum in the next election as people are aware of the reality. This installation “KYA POPAT BANAYA” intends to remind people of the same fact before voting.