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Watchlist Artist: Priyanka Choudhary

To commemorate 100 years of Word War 1, we are pleased to announce artist Priyanka Choudhary’s fourth solo show titled 1914 - 2014 at Gallery Maskara.

From Titian to today, war and the aftermath of war has always found its way into art and art history. The year 2014 is of particular significance as it is the centenary year of World War 1. It was a moment that forever changed the geo-political and economic landscape of the 20th century and had a catalytic effect on India's struggle for Independence.

Even though the conflict happened at a time that predates many of the contemporary artists living and working today, its consequence is undeniable.

(text source: Gallery Maskara)

Priyanka Choudhary, ¿Quien?, 2014, Mild steel, marble and wax, 48 x 72 inches; Courtesy of the artist and Gallery Maskara

 

More on Priyanka Choudhary (b. 1976, Delhi, India)

Priyanka Choudhary's visual vocabulary spans Arte-Povera, Minimalism and contemporary practice including performance art. In 2013, the artist performed in five major conflict zones in four different continents. She was artist-in-residence at the prestigious Nirox Residency, Cradle of Humankind, Krugersdorp, South Africa. She was also awarded a month long residency at [R.A.T.] Residencias Artísticas por Intercambio, Mexico City culminating in a show at the same venue.

Her works were featured at the India Art Fair, New Delhi, VIP Art Fair (online) and she was one of 20 artists shortlisted for the ŠKODA Prize. The artist lives and works in Delhi, India.

(text source: Gallery Maskara)

Education: Bachelor of Fine Art (BFA) Delhi College of Art, Delhi, India, 1997.

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(Image on top: Priyanka Choudhary, The Drop, 2014 , Vintage chandelier, crystal, vintage carpet and hand spun cotton thread, 67.5 x 108 x 28 inches; Courtesy of the artist & Gallery Maskara)


Posted by Abhilasha Singh on 1/22






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