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Sk Sahajahan

BORN
1974

 

EXPERIENCE
Present Assistant Professor (Grade-I) PAINTING DEPARTMENT. KALA BHAVANA Visva Bharati University

 

EDUCATION QUALIFICATIONS
1999 Advanced Diploma of Fine Arts Visva-Bharati University
1997 DIPLOMA OF FINE ARTS Visva-Bharati University

 

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2008 Chawla Art Gallery, New Delhi
2006 Life and Time organized by Sarjan Art Gallery, Vadodara
2005 Walking the Tight Rope organized by Akar Prakar Art Gallery, Kolkata.
2004 Nature, Love and Violence, an exhibition of drawings and paintings at the Academy of Fine Arts, Kolkata and Nandan Art Gallery, Santiniketan.

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
Sk Sahajahan participated in many group exhibitions in India and abroad including Kolkata, Mumbai, New York, Bangladesh, Nepal in 2006.
Apart from this, she participated in many other group exhibitions in different places like Hyderabad, Kolkata and New Delhi from 1995 to 2023.

 

HONORS AND AWARD
2000 Elizabeth Green Shield Foundation Grant, Canada
1998 Elizabeth Green Shield Foundation Grant, Canada
1998 Avantika Award, bronze medal, New Delhi
1993 KALA-BHAVANA, VISVA-BHARATI, SANTINIKETAN MERIT SCHOLARSHIP

 

ABOUT THE ARTIST

SK Sahajahans work explores his physical environment through figurative contexts. Using the texture and emotional faces of her subjects, Untitled features intertwined figures that illustrate heterosexual relationships and seemingly respond to current events. Despite a heavy socio-political climate, Sahajahan produces affable and calm characters, their uncoordinated expressions acting as a relief from the stress or trauma of the usual.

 

SK Sahajahan is a contemporary painter whose practice aims to connect the immediate physical world with current events in the media. As such, his paintings describe a specific consciousness constructed not only by the culture in which he lives but also through his specific fantasies and illusions incited by the violence of our world. His themes are textually and behaviorally expressive, as they are presented with layered patterns and references to symbolic figures from Indian culture.

 

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