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BASE PRICE : INR 30,000 Title: MANDYA Image Size (H x W): 15" x 22" Medium: Watercolour & Ink Drawing on Paper Description: This painting will be shipped unframed
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>Sham Sunder Professor, Department of Fine Art S. N. School, University of Hyderabad ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION Diploma in painting, KEN School of Art Bangalore 1974-79. Post Diploma in Print Making Shantiniketan, Viswa Bharati University 1980-82. SOLO SHOWS Bangalore: 1980, Venkatappa Art Gallery. 1983, Max Muller Bhavan. 1986, 1988, 1991, Kalayatra, Siestas Art Gallery. 1996, Renaissance Art Gallery. 2000, Sakshi Gallery. Bombay: 1983, 1991, Jahangir Art Gallery. Delhi: 1995, Gallery Espace Goa: 2004, Fundacao Oriente, Panjim Hyderbad: 1983, Ravindra Bharathi - 1994, Max Muller Bhavan - 2002, Daira SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS Shristi Gallery, Group Show of Paintings by Andhra Pradesh Artists, New Delhi Dec 2006. The Redstone Art Center, Colorado, USA July 2000. HARMONY SHOW, Bombay 1998, 1999 and 2001. SAHAMAT Group Show “GIFT FOR INDIA” 1997. Asian European Art Biennale at ANKARA, Turky 1990. Festival of India, USA – Contemporary Indian Prints 1989. Second Bharat Bhavan Biennale Bhopal 1988. National Exhibition New Delhi 1982 and 1988. Siesta’s Gallery Group show, Bangalore 1986. AIFACS International Graphics New Delhi 1985. Contemporary Indian Prints, ‘Festival of India’ USA, 1985. All India Graphic Exhibitions Chandigarh 1979, 1981,1982 and 1984. Karnataka State Lalitkala Exhibitions since 1976. Kala Yatra Group Shows, Bangalore. INTERNATIONAL CAMPS AND WORKSHOPS International Sculptors Symposium-II ITM Universe, Gwalior, India 2006. International Sculptors’ Camp, Sutturu, Mysore, India. November 2003. International Sculptors’ Camp organised by Rishi Valley School, Bangalore, India. 2003. International Sculptors’ Camp organised by Madhya Pradesh Housing Board, Bhopal, India. 2003. Marble/marble XII, an International Symposium of The Marble Institute of Colorado, Denver, Colorado , USA, 2000. NATIONAL CAMPS AND WORKSHOPS Scrap metal Camp organized by Greater Hyderabad municipal corporation 2012. All India Painters’ Camp organized by Gallery Space, Hyderabad, India. 2007. KSK Energy Ventures Private Ltd, Scrap Metal Sculptors Camp, Hyderabad, India. 2006. Karnataka State Lalitkala Academi, Sculptors’ camp, Bangalore. 2006. Karnataka State Lalitkala Academi Camps since 1979. Biennale Print Making Camp organised by Bharat Bhavan, Bhopal 2001. National Sculptors’ Camp organised by LV Prasad Eye Institute and The National Academy of Arts, at Hyderabad, 2001. All India Sculptors’ Camp organised by The National Academy of Arts, at Bangalore, 2001. COLLECTIONS Bangalore Museum – Chandigarh Museum – Central Lalitkala Academi, New Delhi – Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi – Madhya Pradesh Housing Board, Bhopal – Adichunchanagiri Educational Trust, Karnataka – Sistas Art Gallery, Bangalore – Sarala Art Centre, Madras – Hotel Gateway, Bangalore – Brigade Group, Bangalore – CCMB, Hyderabad – University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad – Lalitha Kala Regional Centre, Madras - Sanghi Industries, Hyderabad – Bharat Electronics, Bangalore – Kanasas University Collections, USA – The Marble Institute of Colorado, Denver, Colorado, USA, Private collections of Siddarth Agrawal San Jose, USA, Sara Abraham, Chennai and many other private collectors in India and Abroad. AWARDS AND HONOURS Karnataka Shilpakala Academi Award for contribution in the field of Fine Arts’ 2001. Human Resource Development Felloship for Fine Arts’ 1995-96. Asian European Art Biennale at ANKARA, Turky 1090. Karnataka State Lalitkala Exhibition 1993, `84, `82. Contemporary Indian Prints in the Festival of India USA 1995. All India Graphics, Chandigarh 1981 and `82. “Borders and Boundaries confine movements. Restrict freedom and control actions. They generate doubts, raise questions and curiosities about the `other’ on the `other side’ and create “the others” amongst ourselves. Borders sustain hatred; invent violence to maintain the intended hate. Hence, every border comes with a “no man’s land”. Borders and boundaries silence interactions. Borders and Boundaries as a concept contain a sort of a silence that prevails and signifies the non-existence of ‘the human’, the life and the liveliness. These works try to capture this silence. Like birds and breeze, our thoughts, fondness, sympathies and compassions too cross borders. These landscapes, “borders and boundaries” intended in these works tend to move beyond being merely geographical” - S. Sham Sunder