PBC has hosted a the display of paintings at PBC Art Gallery by Mr. Subachan Yadav, an artist selected many times for National Exhibitions.
He is one of the very few artists whose works are only in black and white.
He is a critics' delight and a favourite among littérateurs like Namvar Singh, Rajendra Yadav, Kedar Nath and others.
The theme of his Exhibition is ’Black’ curated by Ms. Rana Siddiqui.
This refers to an illusion on his canvas; an illusion, that forces the onlooker to find out whether the images are carved against white or black backgrounds?
Black refers to his amazing textures that render the feel of a broken and smashed glass, or the soil that dries after water being poured on it, as if a scar is being left on the brown earth.
Black refers to a ’Spray’ effect in his creations of acrylic on canvas.
It refers to his technique that flows from his pencil that gives the impression of charcoal and brush.
Black refers to his ’graphic-print’ quality, in his creations.
Black refers to ’the Divine chanting OM,’ which he invariably ends up carving on his works.