The book by Professor B.N. Goswamy and Rosa Maria Falvo showcases some of the rare early works that have never been exhibited before. Art Alive Gallery will be launching the book along with the artist’s solo exhibition at Visual Arts Gallery, India Habitat Centre on February 12. The show will continue at Art Alive Gallery, Panchsheel thereafter. Burman’s work takes us through his work as legends, family, and Indian gods meet and mingle in his private, kaleidoscopic universe. While realism resurfaces in his paintings, his work transports viewers into the realm of fantasy across a decidedly optimistic, oneiric landscape. Prof. B.N.Goswamy is an eminent Indian art historian and critic. He is the recipient of the Padma Bhushan Award (2008) and Rosa Maria Falvo is a writer and curator, as well as Skira’s international commissions editor. Since 2005 she has been regularly travelling and working closely with artists and institutions throughout Asia.