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Sayed Haider Raza

Sayed Haider Raza's seminal work in the past three decades is aimed at pure plastic order and formal logic. Secondly it concerns the theme of nature. Both tenets have converged into a single point and have become inseparable. The point, the BINDU, symbolizes the seed bearing the potential of all life. The BINDU introduced to him by his schoolmaster in MP is also a visible form containing all the essential requisites of line, tone, colour, texture and space. Sayer Haider Raza, who had been one of the original members of the PAG Mumbai originally painted impressionist landscapes in gouache. In Paris, this underwent a series of developments into the realm of colour field painting and finally to his present geometrically aligned forms. He lives and works in Paris.

   
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