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“Solo Exhibition at Ligoa Duncan Arts Centre, New York City,” E.McG. Park East, New York, U.S.A., 14 October 1965

Solo Exhibition at Ligoa Duncan Arts Centre, New York City Oil paintings by Om Prakash are abstract and deftly executed, often suggesting the lustrous colours of Indian Silks. His works sometimes are involved studies of the effects of interlocking shapes like Diagonals where rectangular shapes thrust toward the centre of the composition, subtly mixing blues

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“12th Solo Exhibition, Kumar Gallery, New Delhi, 1968,” Late – Richard Bartholomew, The Times of India, New Delhi, 18 November 1968

“12th Solo Exhibition, Kumar Gallery, New Delhi, 1968,” Late – Richard Bartholomew, The Times of India, New Delhi, 18 November 1968 Without seeming to apply any rigid theory Om Prakash manages to communicate the theme of radiation. I like to look at these paintings as signals. Traffic signs and super-sensory cards are signal material :

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