Schandra Singh

The Dreamer

Lot No
15
Medium
Oil on linen
Year
2008
Size
84 x 108
Estimate
Rs. 3,99,000 - 5,32,000

Winning Bid

₹ 5,49,656

(Inclusive 15% margin)

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Published : ‘God Don’t Like Ugly’ by Thomas Erben Gallery, New York, 2015, pg. 57.

Exhibited : ‘The Empire Strikes Back : Indian Art Today’ 29th March - 8th May, 2010 at Saatchi Gallery, London.

‘Schandra Singh Solo Exhibition : God Don’t Like Ugly’ 8th January - 14th February, 2015 at Thomas Erben Gallery, New York.

Provenance : Property from the Saatchi collection, artwork was originally sold by Thomas ErbenGallery, NewYork.

Artwork Size

Height of the figure - 6ft

about artist

Born in Suffern, NY, USA, in 1977, Schandra Singh completed B.F.A. Honors from Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI in 1999 apart from receiving M.F.A Yale University School of Art, New Haven, CT in 2006. The artist’s select exhibitions include one at galerie bertrand & gruner, Geneva, Switzerland (solo, 2008); ‘SCOPE New York’, Lincoln Center, USA (2007); ‘Around and Around 1000 Times’, RARE, New York (solo, 2007); Selected Artist Show, Baumgartner Gallery, New York, USA (2006); Summer Show 2006, Baumgartner Gallery, New York, USA (2006); Holiday Show, Baumgartner Gallery, New York (2006), and M.F.A. Exhibition, Yale University School of Art Gallery, USA (2006). Schandra Singh’s recent large-scale paintings address the issue of escapism as a means of coping with suffering. The artist’s characters are struggling to manage their inner conflicts and crises by running away from their sense of guilt, fears or responsibilities through various types of leisure activities.