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Sathyanand Mohan at The Guild Art Gallery April 13th, 2012 - May 26th, 2012
Posted 4/23/12

Sathyanand Mohan’s series of twenty-six playful photographs, Abecedaire, 2012, evoked this story of childhood crossword puzzles and intangible life lessons. The artist’s photographs are about the simultaneous beauty and danger that the world of words evokes: each image delves into a colorful universe of constructed and natural landscapes with a childlike block letter, A to Z, in the foreground. The letters come to signify the paradoxes of meaning, and the symbols of a psyche that are disorderly, wh... [more]

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Sathyanand Mohan at The Guild Art Gallery April 13th, 2012 - May 26th, 2012
Posted 4/5/12

Sathyanand Mohan Mirage THE GUILD April 13 - 28 , 2012 Preview: Thursday, April 12, 7.00 – 9.30 pm www.guildindia.com The Guild Art Gallery is delighted  to present Mirage, the second solo exhibition of Sathyanand Mohan previewing on Thursday, April 12. “The show called 'Mirage' comprises works that I have done in the last two years; it is so titled in order to encompass most of the works, which though disparate in style and content are unified by a few und... [more]

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Vishal Dar, Atul Dodiya, Ved Gupta, G. R. Iranna, Shreyas Karle, Riyas Komu, Bose Krishnamachari, Sathyanand Mohan, Baiju Parthan, Rakhi Peswani, Justin Ponmany, Balaji Ponna, Prajakta Potnis, Sumedh Rajendran, K. P. Reji, T.V. Santhosh, Gigi Scaria, Mithu Sen, Kiran Subbaiah, Apnavi Thacker, Vivek Vilasini at The Guild Art Gallery August 5th, 2010 - September 23rd, 2010
Posted 8/24/10

With the Asian Games less than 50 days away, and India’s capitol in a state of utter disrepair—not to mention the scores of underpaid and overworked migrant laborers who have flooded Delhi, as well as the country’s other metros, to build not only shabby stadiums but countless high-rises - one would expect a few more signs of popular outcry.  But street graffiti is conspicuously absent.  The buildings, even when crumbling and monsoon-stained, are largely left unmarked by political sloga... [more]

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