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Sultana Raza’s ‘Fallen Angels’ at Art Monaco

Sultana Raza is pleased to be exhibiting at the Grimaldi Forum at Art Monaco, specially as the artists and gallerists have come from all over the world. ‘It’s exciting to be in such a cosmopolitan setting, with such a vast variety of art-works from all over the world,’ said Sultana. On display is her art-work, , which deals with the current ecological crisis. In Fallen Angels, as two figures disperse while they fall, the questions being asked through this art-work are whether we’re falling... [more]
Posted by Sultana Raza on 4/26/14

Sultana Raza’s ‘Fallen Angels’ at Art Monaco

Sultana Raza is pleased to be exhibiting at Gallery Armonita (Booth H10 to H12) at the Grimaldi Forum at Art Monaco, amongst artists and gallerists from all over the world. ‘It’s exciting to be in such a cosmopolitan setting, with such a vast variety of art-works from all over the world,’ said Sultana. On display is her art-work, , which deals with the current ecological crisis. In Fallen Angels, as two figures disperse while they fall, the questions being asked through this art-work are... [more]
Posted by Sultana Raza on 4/26/14

Strolling through Eugene Lemay’s Strata II

Strolling through Eugene Lemay’s Strata II While Eugene Lemay Founder and Executive Director of Mana Contemporary in New Jersey may be in the business of art management, specially the storage and moving of works of art, his own canvases tend to travel as well. During his visit to hold talks with the Luxembourg Freeport, on March 24, selected works from his series, Strata II were on private view at the Nosbaum and Reding Gallery in Luxembourg. One can spend quite a bit of time meandering... [more]
Posted by Sultana Raza on 3/26/14

Ghostly Dreams

X-rays, gamma rays, beta rays. All floating around. Odourless, colourless, tasteless. Invisible, to the naked human eye. Just because our capacity to capture certain vibrations is limited, doesn't mean they don't exist. Why are people so willing to believe in the existence of certain rays or bandwidths of frequencies, just because they have been measured by scientists? After all, what are scientists but explorers of nature and natural phenomena?  Most people keep their perceptions limited to... [more]
Posted by Sultana Raza on 11/8/13

Sultana Raza’s ‘Perception’ at the Biennale of Chianciano 2013

Paintings, sculptures, photography, and digital art of 120 artists from 30 countries, are tastefully displayed across 3000 m2 of the Museo d’Arte during the Biennale of Chianciano, on from 7-9-2013 to 14-9-2013. Opening night event was attended by hundreds of people, so much so that it was a bit of a struggle to move through the throngs in the spacious mueum. Representing Luxembourg is Indian-born artist Sultana Raza, with three art-works on show. ‘It’s exciting to be here, to meet... [more]
Posted by Sultana Raza on 9/9/13

Melting Metropolises

Broken City, Sin City, Gotham City. The Great Gatsby, The Godfather, Gordon Gekko. Batman, Spiderman, Superman. Who came first, the person or the city? Who creates whom? The people or the metropolis? These are some of the questions asked in my series of photos entitled Liquid Cities. With the superposition of buildings, and structures, is it a dream or a mirage or reflections of hopes, wishes and dreams. Robert Altman’s Short Cuts comes to mind. Influenced by the city in which they live, his... [more]
Posted by Sultana Raza on 6/9/13
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