Binoy Varghese’s work questions his own concern about the marginalized that might be the silent believer in him or the approach towards life that is so emotional, loving and caring.
His work reflects important messages that are taking one and transforming into a certain conditional approach to look at the peoples who are living on the streets as well as the deprived.
This soft approach as the artists calls it is a result of his approach to spirituality, his lessons learnt at the church during his childhood and his adoration of Mother Mary.
What has also shaped this approach is his understanding and learning from other philosophies and religions like Osho, Ramakrishna Paramahamsa and Paramahansa Yogananda.
This eventually lead him to adopt an unconditional love towards life and people who are displaced.
If art is your thing, head over and take a look at the exhibition in the city mall over the weekend.
Where: Chawla Art Gallery, District Centre, Saket
When: 10 April – 10 May
Timings: 11 am – 7pm (Mondays closed)