“There’s so much violence painted in our society today and I wanted to work on something beautiful and something to do with love,” expresses Bangdel, talking about the subject of the paintings. Geet Govinda is the 12th century epic by poet Jayadeva on the love and relationship between Lord Krishna and Radha, a gopini (cow herder).
“One of my favorite works is a series done by my grandfather Lain Singh Bangdel on Muna and Madan which is one reason why I chose to work on the Geet Govinda,” he states. “I created this group of work to act as a catalyst for the senses,” he summarizes.
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… vi får vores elskende hjem den 4. december. De bliver glade for at komme til et hjem med kærlighed. Det glæder jeg mig til.