Suhasini Kejriwal

Untitled

Lot No
1
Medium
Acrylic on fibreglass
Year
2009
Size
19 x 26 x 18
Estimate
Rs. 75,000 - 1,00,000

Winning Bid

₹ 1,34,461

(Inclusive 15% margin)

additional information

Exhibited : “The Garden Of Un-Earthly Delights” – Anokhi Museum, Jaipur

Provenance : From a private North Indian collection

Illustrated are three views of the sculpture

about artist

Born in 1973, this talented cotemporary artist completed her B.F.A. from Parsons School of Design, New York (1998), Post-graduate Diploma from Goldsmith's College, London University (1999), before proceeding to study M.F.A. at Goldsmith's College, London University (2005-06). Among her selected exhibitions are the ones at Art Brussels, Grusenmeyer Gallery, Brussels (2007); Celeste Art Prize Finalist's show, London (2006); 'All that's solid melts into Air', Indar Pasricha Fine Art, London (2006); 'Art Cologne', Grusenmeyer Gallery, Cologne (2006); Nature Morte, New Delhi (solo, 2005); 'Inverted Tree', Gallery Threshold, New Delhi (2005); Galleryske, Bangalore (solo, 2004); 'Secrets – The Spectacle Within', Queens Gallery, British Council, New Delhi (2004); 'Anthology of Art', Groupis – Bau, Berlin (2004); 'The Hues of Bengal', National Gallery of Modern Art, Mumbai (2003), 'Portraits of a Decade', CIMA Gallery, Kolkata (2003) among others. She has won Parsons Honor Scholarship (1995-98) and was Celeste Art Prize Finalist (2006). Suhasini Kejriwal works with photographic images of flowers, picturing them on canvas by an emphatic, omnipresent deployment of a gentle filigree line without beginning or end. The artist lives and works in Kolkata.