Craftsmanship isn’t, as the metaphysicians say, the appearance of some puzzling thought of magnificence or God; it isn’t, as the aesthetical physiologists say, a diversion in which man lets off his abundance of hid away vitality; it isn’t the declaration of man’s feelings by outer signs; it isn’t the creation of satisfying articles; and, most importantly, it isn’t inly joy; yet it is a method for association among men, combining them in similar emotions, and vital for the life and advance toward prosperity of people and of mankind. – Leo Tolstoy

Color Art spread its wings in the year 2005 in Kolkata. From that point forward it has been a shrewd earth-shattering adventure. A year ago the display commended its tenth commemoration and keeps on following their support in the field of Modern and Contemporary Indian Art. Color Art, under the stewardship of Vikram Bachhawat, speaks to a mixed blend of specialists – Venerable Master resembles Ramkumar, Satish Gujral and Partha Pratim Deb and recognized experts like Aditya Basak, Asim Basu, Akhil Chandra Das, Chandra Bhattacharjee, Tapas Biswas, Sekhar Roy, Subrata Biswas , who hold a noteworthy position in the field of craftsmanship. The display has constantly taken tremendous care to put contemporary Indian workmanship before the general population in an adjusted and cognizant way.

Color Art searches out new desultory spaces, accepting while any hypothetical abandonment isn’t required, It welcomes at consistent interims youthful and developing specialists’ to exhibit their work in its own display in Kolkata and Delhi consequently opening new clichés and bringing forth an over the top exchange. As corrupted innovation withdraws increasingly into aberrance and discord, Color Art wants to bring up the most looking issues in these works of the Masters and the built-up craftsmen that create our finest visual content.