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Untitled by K. Laxma Goud
(b. 1940) Born in Andhra Pradesh, Laxma Goud studied at the College of Fine Arts and Architecture in Hyderabad and at the Faculty of Fine Arts of M.S. University in Baroda. Goud has exhibited widely, both within and outside India. His solo shows include ones held at Art Alive Gallery, New Delhi in 2012; Art Musings, Mumbai in 2011; the Aicon Gallery, London, in 2009; Gallerie 88, Kolkata, in 2009; Indian Contemporary Art (ICA), Jaipur, in 2008; Gallery Space, Hyderabad, in 2008, and the Guild Art Gallery, Mumbai, 2006 and 2003. His works have been part of group exhibitions including those held at Sakshi Gallery, Mumbai in 2012; Aicon Gallery, New York in 2011-12; Art Musings at Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai, in 2008; Galerie 88 Kolkata, in 2007; Priyasri Art Gallery, Mumbai, in 2006; by Saffronart and Apparao Galleries, Los Angeles, 2001; Saffronart Hong kong 2001, Saffronart and Pundole Art Gallery, New York, 2001 and 2002; Centre of International Modern Art (CIMA), Kolkata, and the National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA), New Delhi, 1993; ‘Festival of India’, Geneva, 1987; and Worcester Art Museum, 1986. Goud received the Andhra Pradesh State Lalit Kala Academy awards in 1962, 1966 and 1971. The artist lives and works in Hyderabad. Artiana
Untitled by Himmat Shah
(b. 1933) Born in Gujarat, Shah initially began his education at the Sir J. J. School of Art, Mumbai but then moved to the Faculty of Fine Arts, Baroda. In 1966-'67 he studied etching under S. W. Hayter and Krishna Reddy at Atelier 17 in Paris. Shah has had several solo exhibitions of his works since 1965, the most recent one being held at Jehangir Nicholson Gallery, Mumbai, in 2007; and Berkeley Square Gallery and Saffronart, London, in 2007. Other exhibitions include those held at Anant Art Gallery, New Delhi, in 2005; Art Heritage Gallery, New Delhi, in 2002; Sakshi Gallery, Mumbai, 1994; Dhoomimal Art Gallery, New Delhi, in 1979; and Gallery Chemould, New Delhi and Mumbai, in 1966. Shah’s works have also been selected to represent India in many international exhibitions, including ‘Rediscovering the Roots’ at the Museo de la Nacion, Lima, in 1997; ‘Contemporary Indian Art’ at the Ludwig Museum, Budapest, at 1997; ‘Festival of India’, London, in 1982; and ‘Indian Painting Today’, London, in 1965. Shah was honoured with the Kalidas Samman in 2003, the Sahitya Kala Parishad Award, New Delhi, 1988, and the Lalit Kala Akademi National Award for painting in 1959 and 1962. He lives and works in New Delhi and Jaipur. Artiana
Untitled by T.V. Santhosh
(b. 1968) Born in Kerala, T.V. Santosh completed his Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts, specializing in sculpture, from Kalabhavan, Santiniketan, in 1994. He then studied at the Faculty of Fine Arts of M.S. University, Baroda, completing his Master’s degree in the same there in 1997. T.V. Santosh’s first solo show ‘One Hand Clapping/Siren’ was presented by the Guild Art Gallery at Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai, in 2003. Santosh has since held several solo shows including ‘Blood and Spit’ at Jack Shainman Gallery, New York, in 2009; ‘Living with a Wound’ at Grosvenor Vadehra, London, in 2009; ‘A Room to Pray’ at Avanthay Contemporary, Zurich, in 2008; ‘Scars of An Ancient Error’ at the Singapore Art Fair in 2006; ‘False Promises’ at Grosvenor Gallery, London, in 2005; and ‘Unsolved Stories’ at Nature Morte, New Delhi, in 2004. Santosh has also participated in group shows like ‘Expressions at Tihar’ at Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, New Delhi, in 2009; ‘Passage to India, Part II: New Indian Art from the Frank Cohen Collection’ at Initial Access, Wolverhampton, in 2009; ‘My little India’ at Marella Gallery, Beijing, in 2009; and ‘Where In The World’ at the Devil Art Foundation, New Delhi, in 2008-09. The artist was awarded Kerala Lalit Kala Academy State Award, a National Scholarship and the Kanoria Scholarship, Ahmedabad, all in 1997. The artist lives and works in Mumbai. Artiana
Shah Jahan by Indian Miniature Painting
Expert: J. P. Losty J. P. Losty was for many years curator of Indian visual materials in the British Library in London and has published many books and articles on painting in India from the 12th to the 19th centuries. Artiana would like to thank J. P. Losty for his expertise and assistance in preparing this catalogue entry. Artiana
Untitled (Mirror Image) by Akbar Padamsee
(b. 1928) Born in Mumbai, Padamsee received a Diploma in Fine Arts from the Sir J. J. School of Art in 1951 and moved to Paris the same year. In 1965 he received the J.D. Rockefeller III Fund Fellowship and worked as artist-in-residence at the Stout State University, Wisconsin. His most recent solo shows include those held at the Priyasri Art Gallery, Mumbai, 2013; the Loft, Mumbai, in 2010; Pundole Art Gallery, Mumbai in 2010, 03, 02, 1999, 97, 96, 94, 93, 86, 75, 74 and 72; Galerie Helene Lamarque, Paris, in 2008; Aicon Gallery, New York and Palo Alto, in 2006-07; and the Guild Art Gallery, Mumbai, 2006. Retrospective exhibitions of his works were organized by Pundole Art Gallery, Mumbai, in 2004 and Art Heritage, New Delhi and Mumbai, in 1980. His group shows include those held at Sovereign FZE, Dubai, in 2013; Art Alive Gallery, New Delhi; Vadehra Art Gallery, New Delhi, in 2012; Grosvenor Gallery, London; Aicon Gallery, New York and London, in 2010-11; The Museum of Fine Art, Boston, in 2009; Grosvenor Gallery, London, in 2009; Nehru Center, London, in 2005; and Saffronart and Pundole Art Gallery New York, in 2001 and 2002. In 1969-70, Padamsee was awarded the prestigious Jawaharlal Nehru Fellowship and made four short films. In 2004 he was awarded the Lalit Kala Ratna by the Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi, and in 1997-98, he received the Kalidas Samman from the Madhya Pradesh State Government, Padamsee lives and works in Mumbai. Artiana
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