The Week 2009

Neha S Bajpai

Making use of a single shape to derive different meanings in different contexts, Bangalore-based Devajyoti Ray is back in Delhi after almost two years to display an extraordinary collection of his works at the Shridharani Gallery in Triveni Kala Sangam......
Known for his breathtaking artworks in pseudorealism, a 21st   century painting style, Ray ......                                     read more


The Pioneer 2009

Classy conceptualisation
N Anuranjani
......Titled Pseudorealist renderings, the exhibition is a bridge between his past and present exhibitions. The paintings have the propensity to captivate the viewers into the aesthetic aura of vibrant colours and reveal reality through abstractions, be it the painting Twilight of the window, Lost youth or Introspection........            read more  



Real and surreal worlds juxtaposed on canvas

In a rare piece of artwork on canvas, a series of paintings on the unique theme of 'pseudo-realism' are on display in the national capital.

Titled 'Pseudo-realist Renderings', the collection by artist Devajyoti Ray, who is considered the first to introduce this particular genre in Indian art, features mostly abstract optical images with random use of colours and geometrical shapes, borrowing heavily from everyday life situations.......                read more





The Hindu 2009

Pseudo-realism on display
Urvashi Sarkar

Devajyoti Ray, whose exhibition of paintings titled “Pseudorealist Renderings” is on at Sridharani Art Gallery here, prides himself on being ........   read more



The Tribune 2009

Optical illusion
Delhi-based artist Devajyoti Ray introduces India to a new genre of art and guess what it is? It’s called pseudo realism!

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