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Atul Dodiya: Lunch Talk

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Date:
20 November, 2013
Time:
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Event Category:

November 20th (Wed), Lunch Time Talk
Atul Dodiya in conversation with curator and author Ashish Rajadhyaksha
12:30-2:00pm at 10 Chancery Lane Gallery, Central
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Atul dodiya is presenting his first solo exhibition in Hong kong duplicator’s dilemma at 10 Cha

About Atul Dodiya:

b.1959 Mumbai, India Lives and works in Mumbai, India

Atul Dodiya is one of the most prominent figures of contemporary Indian art. He melds the iconography of both Eastern and Western cultures through film, popular culture, and literature—doing so in the form of installation and painting. Dodiya’s works are deeply personal as he reflects on his own narratives with reference to the history of art and that of his home country, India. His most recent body of imagery is created on metal shutters of store fronts salvaged from the streets of Mumbai. The artist invites viewers to interact with the pieces – to open and close the shutter with its original pulley mechanism in order to see the entirety of the work as both the front and interior of the shutter is painted. This exhibition will feature 3 paintings on metal shutters as well as masterfully painted watercolors. Atul Dodiya was born in 1959 in Mumbai. He has shown extensively around the world including at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, The Reina Sofia Museum in Madrid, The Tate Modern in London, The Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, The National Gallery of Modern Art in Bombay, Saatchi Collection, dOCUMENTA (12), The Asia Pacific Triennale at the Queensland Art Gallery, the 7th Gwangju Biennial and currently is having a major retrospective at The National Gallery of Modern Art in Delhi. This will be his first solo exhibition in Hong Kong.

 

 

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