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Living Walls

Where Gallery Wall become Artist\'s Canvas
3rd February 2013 - 31st August 2013

Art Alive Gallery

120, Sector 44

Gurgaon



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Anjolie Ela Menon

Anjolie Ela Menon

Biography

Born in 1940, Burnpur (West Bengal), Anjolie completed her schooling at Lovedale after which she pursued a degree in English Literature from the Delhi University. Later following a brief spell at Sir J.J. School of Art, she received formal training in painting at the Ecole Nationale des Beaux Arts, Paris on a French Government scholarship from 1959-61. She pursued further studies in France, U.K. and USA on the invitation of respective Governments during 1980-81.

Anjolie is a well-known muralist. She has had over 35 solo shows in India and abroad and has participated in several group shows  along with I, II, III International Triennale by Lalit Kala Akademi in 1968, 1972 & 1975; Paris Biennale, France in1980; at New York & Washington D.C. in 1980.

She is a recipient of Padma Shri by the Government of India and she is on the board of trustees of Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA). Her work was shown in a major retrospective held at the National Gallery of Modern Art, Mumbai in 2002, which also toured other towns including Chennai, Delhi and Bangalore. Her life and work has been featured in important publications and films made for Doordarshan and CNN.

She lives and works in New Delhi.




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B Manjunath Kamath

B Manjunath Kamath

Biography

Born 1972 in Mangalore, he completed his BFA from the Chamarajendra Academy of Visual Arts, Mysore (1989-1994) and was artist in residence at the School of Art & Design, University of Wales, Cardiff (2002).

Kamath has held five solo exhibitions: ‘Collective Nouns’, Sakshi Gallery, Mumbai in 2011; ‘Conscious-Sub-Conscious’; ‘108 Small Stories’ & ‘Something Happened’ at Gallery Espace, New Delhi in 2010, 2007 & 2006 and ‘About something’ at Shridharani Gallery, New Delhi, in 1996.

Kamath has presented his work in numerous group shows and been invited to participate in a number of curated exhibitions, both in India and overseas. The most recent include, ‘Living Walls: where gallery walls become artist’s canvas’ A collaborative art project with Art Alive Gallery, 2013; ‘Narratives of the Self: Autobiographies’, Gallery Espace, New Delhi in 2012; ‘Giant Elephant’, Indian contemporary art exhibition, H. Cube Ltd., Seoul, Korea in 2011; ‘Roots’, Sakshi Gallery, Mumbai in 2010; ‘Marvelous Reality’, Gallery Espace, New Delhi ; ‘Retrieval Systems’, curated by Ranjit Hoskote, Art Alive, New Delhi ; ‘Reclaim / Recite / Recycle’, Travancore Art Gallery, New Delhi; Bose Pacia, Kolkata in 2009; ‘ARCO Art Fair’, Madrid, Spain in 2009; ‘Chaos in Order’, 29 Hang Bai, Hanoi, Vietnam in 2008.

He has been awarded with Charles Wallace Scholarship, UK. He lives and works on New Delhi.




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Chintan Upadhyay

Chintan Upadhyay

Biography

Born 1972 in Rajasthan, studied both his BFA in painting (1995) and MFA in Painting (1997) from Faculty of Fine Arts, M.S.U Baroda. Gujarat.

He has held over 20 one-person shows including ‘Nature God’, Sakshi Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan in 2010; ‘Mistake’, Inda Gallery, Budapest, Hungary in 2009; ‘Khatti Mithi’, Sakshi Gallery, Mumbai in 2009; ‘Mistake’, Aicon Gallery, London, UK in 2008; ‘New Indians, Gallery Seorsie Natalie’, Paris, France in 2008; ‘I want to be an international artist’, Seoul Art Center, Seoul, Korea in 2006.

Chintan has also participated in several group shows including ; ‘Living Walls: where gallery walls become artist’s canvas’ A collaborative art project with Art Alive Gallery, 2013; ‘Commemorative Stamp’s in Mumbai; ‘Floating Thoughts’ in Brisbane; ‘Australia So What ‘in Mumbai; ‘This has been done before’ in New Delhi; ‘Desirable Objects’ in Mumbai and ‘New Breed/Hybrid’ in Mumbai. He has collaborated with Hema Upadhyay to create installations like Made in China in Mumbai and Parthenogenesis in Australia. He has also conducted workshops with known and unknown practitioners of art in Rajasthan.

He has been awarded with several honors, to mention a few Taj Gaurav award in 2008; Artist in Residence, Charles Wallace Foundation, Bristol, UK in 2004-05; Gadi Scholarship, National Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi in 2000-01; Annual Exhibition Award, Rajasthan Lalit Kala Akademi in1998, 97, and 95.He presently lives and works in New Delhi.




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G. R. Iranna

G. R. Iranna

Biography

Born 1970, Sindgi, Bijapur, Karnataka took: B.F.A. Painting from College of Visual Art, Gulbarga (1992) and MFA in Painting from the College of Art, New Delhi (1994).

Iranna has held more than 20 solo exhibitions of his work with galleries in New Delhi, Mumbai, London, Munich, Singapore, and Hong Kong, among other cities including ,‘Ribbed Routes’, The Guild Art Gallery. Mumbai in 2010; ‘The Birth of Blindness’, AICON Gallery, London & New York, UK & USA in 2008; ‘Disorder and Early Sufferings’ Gallery Muller & Plate, Munich in 2006; ‘Dream & Perplexity’ by The Guild, at Chitra Kala Paris hath, Bangalore.

He has participated in numerous group shows and been invited to participate in curated exhibitions, including, most recently, ‘Living Walls: where gallery walls become artist’s canvas’ A collaborative art project with Art Alive Gallery, 2013; ‘Giant Elephant’, Indian contemporary art exhibition, H. Cube Ltd., Seoul, Korea in 2011; ‘Indian (Sub)Way’, curated by Yashodhra Dalmia, Grosvenor Vadehra Gallery, London, UK in 2010; ‘Retrieval Systems’, curated by Ranjit Hoskote, organised by Art Alive Gallery in 2009.

He has been invited to participate in Residencies and workshops that include the Residency by George Kith Foundation at Dambola, Sri Lanka in 2003; ‘ National Scholarship from Ministry of H.R.D., Government of India in 1996-1997 . He was awarded for K K Hebbar Foundation Award, for 2002; National Scholarship from Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India in1996. He lives and works in New Delhi.



Statement

If you are not good enough, you are not close enough.


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Jagannath Panda

Jagannath Panda

Biography

Born 1970, Bhubaneswar, Orissa, he completed his BFA in Sculpture at B.K. College of Arts and Crafts in Orissa (1991), and his MFA in Sculpture at the Faculty of Fine Arts, M. S. University, Baroda (1994) and consequently obtained a second MFA in Fine Sculpture from the Royal College of Arts, London (2002).

He has held solo exhibitions of his works including ‘Cults of Serendipity’, Frey Norris Gallery, San Francisco in 2012; ‘Metropolis of Mirage’, Nature Morte, New Delhi in 2011; ‘Nothing is Solid’, Mumbai (2007); at Berkley Square Gallery, London (2006); various shows in New Delhi and Mumbai in 2000-2005 and at Za moca Foundation Gallery, Tokyo (1998).

Amongst his group shows are‘Living Walls: where gallery walls become artist’s canvas’ A collaborative art project with Art Alive Gallery, 2013; ‘Indian Highway VI’,Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing in 2012; ‘Slipping Through The Cracks’, Lattitude 28, New Delhi in 2012; ‘A Further Global Encounter’, Grosvenor Vadehra Gallery, London in 2012; ‘Indian Highway IV’, Lyon Museum of Contemporary Art, France in 2011; ‘Transformation’, Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo in 2010; ‘Commonwealth Games Exhibition’, Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi in 2010; ‘Beyond Globalization’, Beyond Art Space, Beijing in 2009; ‘Indian Art at swarovski ‘Crystal World’, 2nd Exhibition, Tirol- Osterreich, Austria in 2008; ‘Hear and Now: Young Voices from India’, London in 2007).

Jaganath won the Lalit Kala Akademi Award in1990, and the All India Fine Arts and Crafts Society Award, New Delhi in 1996 and Centre Prize, C.I.I.C, London in 2002. He lives and works in New Delhi.




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Jayasri Burman

Jayasri Burman

Biography

Born in Kolkata in 1960. She received her training in Fine Arts from the Kala Bhavan in Shantiniketan (1977-79) and later from the Visual College of Art, Kolkata at the Government College of Art and Craft, Kolkata (1979-80). She went to Paris and studied print-making under the guidance of Monsieur Ceizerzi in 1984.

She has held many solo shows including; ‘Gazing into the Myth’ at Visual Art Center, Hong Kong in 2014; ‘Fables and Folklore\', presented by Art Musings at Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai in 2010; ‘A Mythical Universe\', organised by Art Alive Gallery, New Delhi at Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi in 2010 along with a release of a publication on her work and life.

Amongst her group shows across India and abroad is Art Stage in Singapore in 2014; ‘An Indian Summer’ at Gallery in Cork St. London presented by Art Alive Gallery in 2008; ‘Bollywood Show’ at Selfridges, London in 2001; the International Triennale, Intergraphic, Germany in 1987; Bharat Bhavan Biennale, Bhopal in 1986, among many others.

The Government of India has released a series of commemorative stamps with Jayasri’s works on the occasion of International Women’s Day in 2007. In 1985, she has awarded with the National Award from the Government of India. She has also received Outstanding Merit for Tempera in the Annual Exhibition by the College of Visual Arts in 1979. She is represented in several public and private collections all over the world, including the National Gallery of Modern Art in New Delhi, Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi.

She lives and works in New Delhi.




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Jogen Chowdhury

Jogen Chowdhury

Biography

Born 1939, Faridpur, completed his graduation in Fine Art from the Government College of Arts and Crafts, Kolkata (1960). He later studied in France during 1965-1967 on Government Scholarship at Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris.

He has exhibited in his works in various international exhibitions including the ‘Triennales’ at New Delhi held in 1972, 1975 & 1978; at the Sao Paulo Biennale, Brazil in 1979; ‘Museum of Modern Art and Royal Academy of Art, London in 1982, Hirschorn Museum & Sculpture Garden, Washington D.C. in 1982; II Havana Biennale, Cuba in 1986 and Takaoka Municipal Museum of Art & Meguro Museum of Art, Japan in 1988; Realms of Fantasy, Hong Kong, 2004; Inverting/Inventing Traditions, Grosvenor Vadehra, London, 2007.

He has been awarded at II Havana Biennale, 1986 and at International Prints Biennale, Bharat Bhavan, Bhopal in 1995. He was honoured with Kalidas Samman by Madhya Pradesh Government in 2001. Besides these honours, he has received numerous National Awards. He lives and works in Santiniketan.



Statement

During all these years, man and life, their complex co-existence, are the central concerns of my work. I am also sometime fascinated by Nature�s organic qualities, its design and rhythmic construction. People continue to be the dominating influence in my work. For the last few years, I have been deeply disturbed with the man�s brutality upon man, in Iraq, in U.S.A., in Russia, in U.K. or in India. Religious and racial riots in Gujarat, bombing and destruction by one country on another country, terrorist attacks on helpless children in Russia, or on the innocent public in other parts of the world, torture of Iraqi prisoners in Abu Gharib Jail and political killings in the village of Bengal, or other parts of India, torture and rape of women and young girls, have all affected me deeply. This suppressed humanity makes me alert, sad and disturbed. The present turmoil has affected me as a human being and is directly reflected in my art.


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Krishen Khanna

Krishen Khanna

Biography

Born in 1925, Lyallpur (now Faislabad, Pakistan), Khanna attended classes at the Mayo School of Art in Lahore before moving to India post-partition. In 1963, he received the Rockefeller Council Fellowship in New York.

He has held several solo & group exhibitions of his works. He has also participated in Tokyo Biennale, Japan in 1957 & 1961; Sao Paulo Biennale, Brazil in 1960; Venice Biennale, Italy in 1962; I, III, V International Triennale’s, Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi in1968, 1975 & 1982; Inaugural Exhibition: Roopankar Museum of Fine Arts, Bharat Bhavan, Bhopal in 1981; First Art Biennale of Pakistan, Lahore in 1987; Takaoka Municipal Museum of Art & Meguro Museum of Art, Tokyo, Japan in 1988; Indian Contemporary Painting, Christies Auction, London in 1995.

He won the National Award of the Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi in 1965, the Gold Medal at the First Triennale of Contemporary World Art, New Delhi in 1968. He was a recipient of Padma Shree, awarded in 1990. Many publications have been brought out on him and on his works which include ‘Krishen Khanna: Images in My Time’ in 2007.

He lives and works in Shimla and New Delhi.




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Madhvi Parekh

Madhvi Parekh

Biography

Born in 1942, Sanjaya near Ahmedabad (Gujarat), Madhvi Parekh prides herself on being a self-trained artist. After her maiden exhibition at the Birla Academy in Kolkata in 1968 she has not looked back and gone on to show in exhibitions held across India and abroad including London, Amsterdam, New York, Australia and Kuwait. She has also participated in several workshops over the decades. Much has been written about her work in various publications on Indian art and artists brought out by the Smithsonian Institution, Washington and Balai Pustak, Jakarta. Geeta Kapur and Ghulammohammed Sheikh have made repeated references to her contribution in their essays on contemporary women artists of India. A documentary film Dwitya was made in 1992 on Madhvi and her equally famous husband artist Manu Parekh by the Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India, New Delhi. Madhvi Parekh lives and works in Delhi.


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Manu Parekh

Manu Parekh

Biography

Born in 1939, Ahmedabad (Gujarat), Manu Parekh received his Diploma in Drawing and Painting from Sir J.J. School of Art, Mumbai in 1962. He has received several awards including ones instituted by the Birla Academy of Art and Culture, Kolkata in 1971 & 1991; the President’s Silver Plaque from All India Fine Arts & Crafts Society, New Delhi in 1972. He is also a recipient of the National Award by Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi in 1982. The Government of India honoured him with Padma Shri in 1992.  He has held solo shows across India and abroad and also participated in several group shows including III , IV & V International Triennale, Rabindra Bhawan, New Delhi in 1975, 1978 & 1981; ‘Modern Indian Painting’, Hirschorn Museum & Sculpture Garden, Washington D.C.; ‘Contemporary Indian Art’, Festival of India, Royal Academy of Art, London, 1982; ‘Benaras Landscape’, Singapore, 1990. His most recent solo shows include ‘Banaras’, Vadehra Art Gallery, New Delhi, 2004 and with Berkeley Square Gallery, London, 2006. His works have also featured in the Christie’s and Sotheby’s auctions.  A documentary film ‘Dwitya’ was made in 1992 on him and his artist wife Madhvi Parekh. It was sponsored by the Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India, New Delhi.  He lives and works in New Delhi.

 

 




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Mithu Sen

Mithu Sen

Biography

Born in Burdwan, West Bengal in 1971. She did her post-graduation in Painting from Kala Bhavan, Visva Bharati University, Santiniketan in 1997. She also did One year program at Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow, U.K in 2001. She has had more than 10 solo shows in India and abroad since Can We Really Look Beyond the Map?, New Delhi in 2000 to her recent show I Dig, I Look Down, London in 2008. Among her other selected solo shows are:
HalfFull, Part I & II, at New York and New Delhi in 2007, Drawing Room, I and II, at New Delhi in 2007-06 and Mumbai in 2006
Its Good to be Queen, New York in 2006
I Hate Pink, Mumbai in 2003 and Unbelongings, Mackintosh Gallery, Glasgow in 2001. She has participated in many group shows around the world, to mention a few: Exploding the Lotus, Art & Culture Centre of Hollywood, Florida in 2008
Contradictions and Complexities: Contemporary Art From India, d.e.n. contemporary art and Western Project, Culver City in 2008
Tiger by the Tail, Womens Studies Research Center, Brandeis University in 2007
Private/ Corporate, Daimler Chrysler Contemporary, Berlin in 2007
Being Anastacia, Goethe Institute, Salvador, Brazil in 2006
Metrospective: Visual Representations of Metro Sexuality, Mumbai in 2005
Fair and Furious I & II at New Delhi and Jebiwool Art Museum, South Korea, organized by Art Alive Gallery in 2003 and 2004 respectively
Emerging Trends, CIMA, Kolkata in 1999 and Annual Exhibition of Painting, AIFACS in 1996. Her participations in Art Fairs and Festivals extends to Contemporary Art from India Palais Benedictine, Fecamp, France in 2009
A Perspective on Contemporary Art 6: Emotional Drawings, MOMA, Tokyo in 2008
Art Basel Miami in 2008
Inco Hen Korean Women Biennale, Seoul Korea in 2007
Shanghai Art Fair in 2007 and Annual Exhibition of Paintings, AIFACS, New Delhi and Chandigarh in 1998, 96. She is a recipient of Kunstmuseum Bern Residency, Switzerland in 2007
UNESCO Ashburg Scholarship for Brazil in 2005-06
Wasani International Artists Workshop, Kenya in 2004
Charles Wallace India Trust Award in UK in 2000-01
Junior Fellowship from Ministry of HRD, Government of India in 2000 and AIFACS Award in Painting, New Delhi in 1998. She lives and works in New Delhi.


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Ram Singh Urveti

Ram Singh Urveti

Biography

Born in 1970 Ram Singh Urveti hails from Patangarh, Madhya Pradesh. He has participated in a range of artist camps, including the Bharat Bhavan Artist Camp, Bhopal (1994 and 1996), the Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya Camps (15 in all, conducted all over India), the North Central zone cultural centre artist camp, in Allahabad (1997) etc. Urveti has exhibited his works in a number of locations all over the world. The most notable amongst his exhibitions are ‘Chamatkar’, organized by CIMA art gallery, Calcutta at Hong Kong (1996), ‘Contemporary Indian tribal popular art’ organized by Central Museum of Decorative Arts, Paris (1998), ‘Anadi’ exhibition of Contemporary Art, Lalit Kala Akademi, Delhi (2000) and ‘Shatabdi: Reflection of a Century Past’, CIMA, Kolkata (2001), where Urveti’s work was exhibited alongside the works of Abanindranath Tagore, Ram Kinkar Baij, M.F Husain and other renowned Indian artists. His paintings have also been collected by numerous art lovers and critics of India and other countries viz. Japan, France, Russia, Switzerland, Australia, Brazil., Hong Kong etc




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Sakti Burman

Sakti Burman

Biography

Born in 1935, Kolkata, Sakti Burman did his graduation in painting from Government College of Arts and Crafts, Kolkata in 1956. He went on to study at the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris and was awarded with the Prix des Etrangers by this institution. He has also received the Silver Medal at the Salon de Montmorency and an award from the town of LIsle-Adam. He has held several solo shows and also participated in major group shows across India and abroad which include V International Triennale, Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi; Paris Biennale, France. His works, along with those of Picasso, Chagall and Miro were exhibited in Japan in 1997. He was invited to participate in Sigmund Freuds Interpretation of Dreams, an exhibition organised by University Art Museum, Binghamton, New York, at the Historisches Museum, Vienna in 2000. Several publications and illustrations have been released on his works including a book on his work and life Sakti Burman - Dreamers on the Ark has been published in 2001 and the most recently released is the portfolio of Monographs by Lalit Kala Akademi, 2007. He lives and works in Paris.


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Sharmi Chowdhury

Sharmi Chowdhury

Biography

Born in 1974. She completed her BFA in Painting from Kala Bhavana, Visva Bharati University, Santiniketan in 2003 & M.F.A. in Painting from M.S University Baroda in 2005. She has held her solo show at Sarjan Art Gallery Baroda in 2005. She has also participated in many group shows in Kolkata, Mumbai, Baroda and New York. She has won Camlin Art Award in 2003 and Nokia Art Award in 1998 and has received Kalabhavan merit scholarship in 1998 2002. She lives and works in Baroda.

Statement

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Subba Ghosh

Subba Ghosh

Biography

Born 1961, New Delhi, Completed both his Bachelor and Master in Fine Arts in Painting from the College of Art, New Delhi in 1984 & 1990 respectively. He studied in the Faculty of Fine Arts, Moscow, Russia in 1987 and MA in Fine Art, Slade School of Art & Slade School of Theoretical studies, and University College of London, UK in 1996.

He has held his solo shows New York in 2002, New Delhi in 1992 and two person show in New Delhi in 2001.

He has participated in several group exhibitions in India and abroad viz. in Japan, Norway, Mexico, China, Australia, Netherland, London, Poland, Mumbai, New Delhi.

He has been awarded Junior Fellowship by the Ministry of Culture, India in 1999, also received Commonwealth Scholarship to study Art at the Slade School of Fine Arts, UCL, UK in 1994 and Russian State Scholarship to study at the Surikov Institute of Fine Arts from 1984-87. He has received the National Award by the Lalit Kala Akademi in 1994. He lives in works in New Delhi.




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Sumedh Rajendran

Sumedh Rajendran

Biography

Born 1972, Trivandrum, Kerala completed BFAin Painting from College of Fine Arts, Trivandrum in 1994 and MFAin Painting from Delhi College of Art, New Delhi in 1999.

He has held various solo shows which include ;\'Dual Liquid\', Sakshi Gallery, Mumbai at Vadehra Art Gallery, New Delhi in 2010 ;\'Dual Liquid\', Sakshi Gallery, Mumbai in 2009-10; \'Chemical Smuggle’, Grosvenor Vadehra, London in 2008 ;‘Pseudo-Homelands’, Rohtas Art Gallery, Lahore in 2005 .

Sumedh works have also been part of many group exhibitions that include; ‘Living Walls: where gallery walls become artist’s canvas’ A collaborative art project with Art Alive Gallery, 2013; ‘Zones of contact –Propositions on Museum’, Kiran Nadar Museum of Art India in 2013; ‘Kochi-muziris’, Biennale, Kochi, India in 2012; ‘Contemporary Indian art in Gothenburg’, Sweden, 2010;‘India Awakens Under Banyan Tree at ‘ESSL’ Museum’, Vienna in 2010;‘Beyond Globalization’,Beyond Art Space, Beijing in 2009;‘ Everywhere is War’ (and rumours of War) Sakshi Gallery, Mumbai in 2008; ‘Here and Now: Young Voices from India’, Grosvenor Vadehra, London in 2007; ‘Satyagraha, on 100 years of Satyagraha’, New Delhi and Durban in 2006 .

He is the recipient of several residency programs; ‘Hat Residency Program’, University of Manchester in 2007; ‘Theertha International Residency’, Colombo in 2006; KHOJ International Artists’ Residency, New Delhi in 2003; Junior Research Fellowship, Government of India in1998; and was awarded National Scholarship, Government of India in 1993. He lives & works in New Delhi.




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Art evolves and so do artists. Art Alive believes in the need for that continuous process of evolution and endeavor to create a platform where artists can enrich their experiences to share with their audiences. In our continues effort towards that, Art Alive presents Living Walls, an art project where a group of artists will engage in painting the walls of the gallery for a period of four days. 

We invite all art lovers to come and not only see but experience the evolving of an installation where the gallery becomes the site of a unique installation.

 

The core idea of the collaborative exercise is to enlarge the artists’ canvas and in doing so, involve the audience who would be witnessing the process of work and thus broaden their own experience of art.

 

Sunaina Anand, director, Art Alive Gallery says: “This would be a dynamic live display of art which would showcase diverse selection of works. And the participation of live audience would only add to the dimension of the show. We are keen on exploring the culmination of such creative energies.”

 

 

Each artist will draw upon their own artistic imagination and use their idioms, styles, languages and ideas to create that visual impact. We believe, it is in the coming together of different voices that ultimately mergers into a rhythmic one, that we could create something experimental and fresh for our audience.

 

There would be no theme, no boundary, no guidelines for each artist would follow the dictates of his or her heart making it somewhat challenging yet exciting as they get accustomed to working under the glare of live audiences comprising of media, critics and art lovers who would watch, interact and dialogue with the masters at work.

 

The project would have an element of surprises and challenges. It would be unpredictable what the each of them would choose to do.

The artistic dialogue is sure to inspire one another.  It would create a collective platform to appreciate a new approach towards art. It would connect artists with different communities of the society to stimulate their senses and enhance a new experience towards their approaches. It would also inspire audiences to understand the potential of such collaborative energy to create work of different dimensions in public space.

The entire process of work would be recorded and later produced in different formats to be displayed by the gallery.



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