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Presentation by Pradeep Kambathalli at Ananya Drishya.

July 22, 2017

Presentation by Pradeep Kambathalli at Ananya Drishya
Moderated by Nagaraj Vastarey

Pradeep Kambathalli
Pradeep completed his Bachelors with a specialization in Sculpture from the College of Fine Arts, Chitrakala Parishath (2004) and a Bridge Course in Art History at the Faculty of Fine Arts, M. S. University, Baroda (2006).

He has exhibited in several important group and curated shows namely Avani Art Initiative, Calicut (2016); ‘Here/There – Yahan/Wahan’, 1Shanthiroad Studios, Bengaluru (2016); ‘Inbox’, curated by George Martin, Shrishti Art Gallery, Hyderabad (2015); ‘Sethusamudram (Sri Lanka + India)’, collaborative projects curated by Suresh Jayaram, 1Shanthiroad Studio/Gallery, Bengaluru (2014); DYU Art Cafe, Bengaluru (2013); ‘Cross Border Constellation’, curated by Suresh Jayaram, Red Dot Gallery, theertha International Artists Collective, Colombo, Sri Lanka (2012); ‘Fragments’, re en-visioning Bangalore City, a project done in collaboration with Time out magazine, Bengaluru (2012); ‘Mountains, Myths and Metaphors’, Sethusamudran Residency 4, theertha International Artists Collective, Colombo, Sri Lanka and 1Shanthiroad Studio/Gallery, Bengaluru (2012); ‘Multiple Dimensions: Generations & Genres’, Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath, Bangalore (2011); ‘Polyphony’ , Dravidia Art Gallery, Cochin (2008); ‘Harmony Show’, Harmony Art Foundation, Mumbai (2008); ‘Real 2007’ , organized by Matters of Art.Com, Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi (2007); ‘Chronicles of the unspoken’, curated by Jayaram Poduval, Travancore Art gallery, New Delhi (2007); ‘Feb Show’, ABS Lansex Gallery, Baroda (2007); ‘Sathyagraha’, curated by Jayaram Poduval, Travancore Art Gallery, New Delhi & Kizo Art Gallery, Durban, South Africa (2006); ‘Trans-Local’, Faculty of Fine Arts, M S University, Baroda (2006); ‘Use/Throw’, Galerie Sara Arakkal, Bangalore (2005); Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath, Bangalore (2004).

He has been invited to the 2nd International Art Symposium, Pulau Ketam, Malaysia (2016); International Sculpture Symposium, Uttarayan Art Foundation, Vadodara (2012-13); Shilpanagaram Granite Sculpture Workshop, organized by Lalit Kala Academy, Calicut, Kerala (2012); Sculpture Workshop, organized by Bangalore Development Authority, Bengaluru (2011); Sculpture Workshop, organized by the Bangalore Development Authority, Bengaluru (2010); Sculpture Workshop, Rangayana, Mysore (2008); Sculpture Workshop, Karnataka Shilpa Kala Academy, Dharwad, (2007); Sculpture Workshop, Karnataka Shilpa Kala Academy, Bangalore (2007).

Along with his art practice, Pradeep is an avid traveler and is passionate about teaching. He works as a visiting faculty at S.J.B. School of architecture and planning Bengaluru and at NIFT, Bengaluru.

Pradeep lives and works in Bengaluru.

Nagaraj Vastarey
Nagaraj is one among the noted architects of Bengaluru. He practises through his studio/firm – “Pragrup Amurthasthiti” and has achieved many landmark designs. He has also carved a niche to himself as an upcoming writer and a poet in Kannada literature. He is known for his short stories where his unique reflections on urbanism and our engagements with it within our human condition is highly regarded. His writing practice also engages with a vivid visual language and he is well known for his use of text and language within its colloquial contexts.

He lives and practises in Bengaluru and is also a visiting faculty for architectural design in R.V. college of architecture.

Ananya Drishya on Tuesday | 25th July 2017 | 6:00 PM

Venue:
Venkatappa Art Gallery,
Government Museum
Kasturba Road,
Bengaluru 560 001.

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