Reviews

In her world, colours take centre stage; monsters come in chocolate flavours and the roads to the quest of spirituality lead to e-commerce, Mandala. Meet the colour bender, and great artist, Jenny Bhatt.
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- Society Magazine, 2015

It's not everyday that you get to scribble on the walls of an artist's room! Jenny Bhatt's paintings may radiate colour and be intricately designed, but the walls of her room have been intentionally kept bare. This is the canvas for her friends and visitors to doodle on!
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- G2 Magazine, 2015

Jenny Bhatt, an established artist who has been exhiiting her work since the mid-nineties, has evolved over time. This is, in part, owing to her experimental style and the exposure to the creative possibilities offered by technology when working at a digital design studio.
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- The Ideal Home and Garden Magazine, 2015

Pop surrealism - thats what you'd want to label her works as. In fact, she might also concede with you. But to the onlooker it's much more than that. Her paintings are like a vortex of ruminations. You could get trapped in the imagery, or you could come away enlightened.
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- Good Homes Magazine, 2015

Jenny Bhatt held a private preview of her latest artwork and exhibition, MokshaShots Episode 12: The Conquest of the Mind, at the Gallery Art and Soul at Worli. On display were her eclectic and eye-catching paintings, which revolve around today's society and their issues and customs , set against a pop art background.
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- Femina Magazine, 2015

Through MokshaShots Episode 12: The Conquest of the Mind, on display at Gallery Art and Soul, worli, Mumbai till February1, artist jenny Bhatt attempts to capture the urban understanding of spirituality and salvation in a satirical perspective.
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- Architects and Interiors India Magazine, 2015

A seamless merging of spirituality and satire, is probably the best way to describe designer and painter Jenny Bhatt's ongoing series of paintings titled Moksha Shots; the twelfth episode of which is currently in a popular gallery in the city.
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- Asian Age, 2015

Mumbai based artist Jenny Bhatt's new exhibition is curiously titled Moksha Shots Episode 12: The Conquest of the Mind. She has an interesting explanation for it - "I feel we have taken spirituality too seriously. I wanted to depict a lighter side to it, without trivalising it."
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- Hindustan Times - HT Cafe, 2015

In Hindu and Buddhist philosophy, Moksh means salvation. A MokshaShot(by artist Jenny Bhatt's own definition) is a taste of the sublime. Everyone can make their own MokshaShot out og anything they may find fulfilling - art, chocolate, a holiday, a smile, a ferrari or even a tequila shot. Read More...

- Sunday Mid-Day, 2015

They say that life inspires art and vice-versa. This was the driving force behind an art exhibition in SoBo that was based on the theme of modern society issues. The eye-catching art works with a pop art background got the attention of the visitors.
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- Mid-Day, 2015

Flashy colors and Zany visuals caught your eye as Jenny Bhatt previewed her solo show 'Moksha Shots - The Conquest of the Mind' at Gallery Art & Soul. On diplay were her eye-catching paintings revolving around today's society. set against a pop-art background.
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- Afternoon Despatch and Courier, 2015

Episode 2 - Liberation through Consumption' is a cultural critique that focuses on the consumerist myth that fulfilment or Moksha can be attained by the purchase of a product or an experience promised by it. Through her satirical works, Jenny critiques not just the Indian consumer culture but also the psyche of urban India that is, according to her, a bundle of contradictions. Read More...
- The BOMBAY TIMES, 2009

Mokshashots was coined by her to summarise the underlying concept of the suite of works she has been creating since 2007. This series was further developed during a three-month art residency programmein Chelsea, New York, in 2008. Moksha means liberation from the cycle of birth, death and rebirth(salvation). Read More...

- Magazine review - Outlook Profit

I remeber going to meet him one time at Pundale Art Gallery. I was asked to come about two in the afternoon. When i got there, I saw a very long painting in the gallery. The colour was still wet. I was told it was 12 Feet long and he had started painting it about three hours before! Needless to say, not many artists even half his age would have been able to do that. Read More...
- L'Officeiel India

Through her satrical works she critiques not only the indian consumer culture but also the psyche of urban India that is according to her, a bundle of contradictions. For instance her most recent exhibition titled MokshaShots is a satire on urban consumerism.
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- BBC Good Homes

Consumerism is the new secular religion. So Jenny uses the format Thankha and mandala paintings, traditionally used for meditation to highlight the brand-dcification of products, people and experiences, now venerated by the consumer.
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- Indian Express

Apparently there are more colors in her paintings than a palette can actually hold and her prescribed Moksha(fulfillment), in her MokshaShots series titles Episode 6: Liberation through Consumption is sure to give a treat to your eyes, humour to your heart and a serious thought to your mind.
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- Hindustan Times

Classified under pop surrealism, the series is marked by the use of acrylics on canvas and is inspired by the traditional Thangka paintings used by Tietan monks during meditation and prayers. The farcical diety-like characters holding weapons of mass consumption add on to the ridiculousness of how brands create gods out of products. Read More...

- Mid Day