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Jitish Kallat
Onomatopoeia (The Scar Park)


Writing about another room-sized set of photographs by Jitish Kallat, art historian and critic Deepak Ananth explains "Displayed in serried ranks in a grid like structure, the framed, identically sized images appear to be a series of pictorial abstractions, variations on a brilliant color scheme, each 'unit' distinguished by the particular quality of its surface marking… Kallat has described the work as an inventory of daily quakes in urban...



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  Lot 12 of 140  

AUTUMN ART AUCTION
24-25 SEPTEMBER 2013

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$26,400
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ARTWORK DETAILS

Jitish Kallat
Onomatopoeia (The Scar Park)
Signed and dated in English (verso)
2005
Photographic pigment prints on Hahnemuhle Photorag Archival Paper
15.5 x 21 in (each)
38.75 x 52.5 cm (each)

From a limited edition of five
(Set of sixty-eight)

PROVENANCE:
Acquired directly from the artist, 2006

EXHIBITED AND PUBLISHED:
Jitish Kallat: Unclaimed Baggage, Albion, London, 2007 (another from the edition)

EXHIBITED:
Bring Me A Lion: An Exhibition of Contemporary Indian Art, Cecille R. Hunt Gallery, Webster Univeristy, St. Louis, 2010
Rickshawpolis - 3, Gallery Barry Keldoulis, Sydney, 2007 (another from the edition)
Passages: Contemporary India, Palais des Beaux Arts, Brussels, 2006-07

PUBLISHED:
Jitish Kallat: Rickshawpolis and other Mythologies, Nature Morte, Bose Pacia, 2007

Category: Photography
Style: Landscape


 









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