Enamel paint & marble dust on laminate with hardware metal handles
78 x 48.8 in.
Rs. 60,00,000 - 80,00,000
(Inclusive 15% margin)
Exhibited : ‘A global view: Indian artists at
home in the world’ at the Jehangir Art Gallery, curated by Bernhard Steinruecke for the Fine Art Resource, Bombay
‘Atul Dodiya Solo Exhibition : Bombay Labyrinth / Laboratory’ 30th June - 4th August, 2001 curated by Ranjit Hoskote, at The Japan Foundation Forum, Tokyo.
Published : ‘Atul Dodiya : Bombay Labyrinth / Laboratory’, by The Japan Foundation Asian
Center, 2001, pg. 48 & 49.
‘Atul Dodiya’ by Vadehra Art Gallery & Prestel,
2013, pg. 130, 172 & 173.
Provenance : Property from an important Mumbai based private collection, artwork was acquired by the present owner from Galerie Mirchandani + Steinruecke.
Height of the figure - 6ft
Born in Mumbai, Atul Dodiya received his Diploma in Fine Arts from the Sir J. J. School of Art, Mumbai, in 1982. He was presented with the Sanskriti Award from the Delhi-based Sanskriti Foundation, in 1995. In 1991-92, he received a French Government Scholarship, and in 1999, Italy`s Civitella Ranieri Foundation Fellowship. Some of his prominent exhibitions have been `India Contemporary Art`, at the World Trade Center, in Amsterdam, in 1989, at the Gallery Apunto, Amsterdam, in 1993, `Indian Contemporary Paintings` in London, 1995, `Bombay: Labyrinth/Laboratory`, at the Japan Foundation Asia Center in Akasaka, 2001, the 51st Venice Biennale in 2005, ‘Edge of Desire’, Queens Museum, New York, 2005, and "Indian Summer", Ecole Nationale Superieure Des Beaux-Arts, Paris, 2005. Dodiya lives and works in Mumbai.