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THE WHEEL AS METAPHOR & OTHER SCULPTURES

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Acrobat And Bird Welded Copper & Brass H 35'' X W 43'' X D 9'' © ART MUSINGS
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The Monkey And The Flagpost Welded Copper & Brass H 40''X W 28'' X D 10'' © ART MUSINGS
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Acrobat Welded Copper & Brass H 47''X W 49''X D 7'' © ART MUSINGS
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Flight Welded Copper & Brass H 45'' X W38'' X D 7'' © ART MUSINGS
THE WHEEL AS METAPHOR & OTHER SCULPTURES

NO 1, Admirality Building
Colaba Cross Lane,OPP. Dunne's School,Colaba
400 005 Mumbai
IN
August 31st, 2009 - September 30th, 2009

QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://www.artmusings.net
REGION:  
Mumbai
EMAIL:  
artmusings@gmail.com
PHONE:  
+91-22-2216 3339 / 2218 6071
OPEN HOURS:  
Mon-Fri 11-7; Sat 11-5:30
TAGS:  
murals, indian, traditional, sculpture

DESCRIPTION

S Nandagopal August 31 – September 6, 2009 @ Museum Gallery September 7 – 30, 2009 @ Art Musings Art Musings presents a solo exhibition entitled ‘The Wheel as Metaphor & Other Sculptures’ by sculptor Nandagopal.

In this exhibition, the sculptor is featuring 15 spectacular sculptures in copper and brass. His narrative sculptural work constitutes one of the most important collections in contemporary Indian sculpture today. While Nandagopal is an artist steeped in the traditions of his country, his work has a contemporary sensibility that appeals to an international taste. Nandagopal is the recipient of several important national awards. Several of his large murals have been commissioned and can be seen in public venues like the Hotel Taj Connemara, Chennai; Hotel Sofitel Surya, New Delhi; Hotel Taj Chandera, Khajurao; Priyadarshini Park, Mumbai; and the TCI, Gurgaon. Though the artist has had several exhibitions all over India and abroad, this is his first solo exhibition in Mumbai. His works can be found in important museum and private collections. The artist lives and works in Cholamandal.

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