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Subodh Gupta
I Jayachandran

Subodh Gupta was born in Khagaul, Patna, Bihar in India. He graduated from Patna Art College and was awarded a scholarship from Lalit Kala Academy for residency at Ghari Studios for one year. He has exhibited widely and took part in the 1996 Havana Biennale. He received the Emerging Artist Award comprising a solo exhibition at Bose Pacia Modern Gallery in New York in 1997 and took part in Triangle International Artists workshop, New York, 1997.

These works are a continuation of a limitless type of diary. Informed by past and present experiences, they swing back and forth from the relevant to the irrelevant; touching myths, rituals, personal and abstract aspects of my everyday life."

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I Jayachandran was born in South India in 1972 and graduated from Highbred School of Art. He has exhibited widely in India and was included in the exhibition Art for a Fairer World, in London 1993.

As an artist, I am concerned with my surroundings which area full of constantly changing animate and inanimate forms. My reaction to these realities profound and forms the basis of my work. The work has begun to question the differences between contemporary western culture and traditional Indian art and leads to an exciting fusion of the two.

Subodh Gupta
I Jayachandran

Subodh Gupta was born in Khagaul, Patna, Bihar in India. He graduated from Patna Art College and was awarded a scholarship from Lalit Kala Academy for residency at Ghari Studios for one year. He has exhibited widely and took part in the 1996 Havana Biennale. He received the Emerging Artist Award comprising a solo exhibition at Bose Pacia Modern Gallery in New York in 1997 and took part in Triangle International Artists workshop, New York, 1997.

These works are a continuation of a limitless type of diary. Informed by past and present experiences, they swing back and forth from the relevant to the irrelevant; touching myths, rituals, personal and abstract aspects of my everyday life."

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I Jayachandran was born in South India in 1972 and graduated from Highbred School of Art. He has exhibited widely in India and was included in the exhibition Art for a Fairer World, in London 1993.

As an artist, I am concerned with my surroundings which area full of constantly changing animate and inanimate forms. My reaction to these realities profound and forms the basis of my work. The work has begun to question the differences between contemporary western culture and traditional Indian art and leads to an exciting fusion of the two.