Madhu Das

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  • TITLE: Untitled
    MEDIUM: Pencil, Rice paper, Gold Leaf on Acid Free paper
    SIZE: 75 X 55 cm

  • TITLE: Untitled
    MEDIUM: Water Colour, Pencil, Rice paper, Archival Ink, Jet Print on Acid Free paper
    SIZE: 75 X 55 cm

Madhu Das is a multi-disciplinary artist; his works are deeply engaged in exploring the possibilities of various mediums like drawing and painting, photography, performance, video, site-specific interventions, collaborative community projects and interactive/performative installations.

Das received his Masters of Arts from S N School of Fine Arts and Communication, Central University of Hyderabad. Graduated from College of Fine Art, Karnataka Chitrakala Parishat, Bangalore. He was awarded the Inlaks Fine Arts Award (2015) and Shortlisted for Emerging Indian Visual Artists by Delfina Foundation, UK (2014).

His first solo show “Work in Progress” was held at Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath, Bangalore in 2009. His works have been exhibited at India Art Fair, New Delhi, represented by The Guild Gallery, Mumbai (2016); The Curriculum by Creative Time Summit partnership with Art Oxygen & Studio-X, Mumbai(2015); India Art Fair, New Delhi, represented by The Guild Gallery, Mumbai (2015); He was part of first edition artists Video- art compilation curated by Gayatri Sinha at Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum, Mumbai (2014); Sethusamudram, a travelling show curated by Suresh Jayaram at 1.Shanti gallery /studio, Bangalore and Theertha International Artists’ Collective, Colombo, Sri Lanka (2014); “Sarai Reader 09” curated by Raqs media collective at Devi Art Foundation, New Delhi (2013); “Post-Oil City: The History of the City’s Future”, Bangalore Gardens Reloaded curated by Elke Falat at Vishweshwaraya Museum in collaboration with in Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan, Bengaluru (2013); Kochi – Muziris Student Biennale (2012); Video Wednesday II, curated by Gayatri Sinha at Gallery Espace, Delhi (2012); “G.H. Krumbiegel: Whatever he touched he adorned” at Goethe-Institute / Max Mueller Bhavan, Bangalore (2010); “City in Transit- Bangalore”, at Red Dot Gallery, Colombo, Sri Lanka –(2010) both the shows were curated by Suresh Jayaram, and he was an artist-in-residence at T.A.J. Residency & SKE Projects, Bengaluru (2015); Sethu Residency, Theertha International Artists Collective in Colombo, Sri Lanka (2010); I was part of City Spinning and Open Space India’s engagement with Bangalore city project, Bangalore (2009); Sandarbh Artist residence, Baroda (2009). The artist lives and works in Mumbai.

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