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Sculpsit: Between Thought and Action 5 Oct to 22 Dec 2019 at Sunaparanta, Goa

Sunaparanta - Goa Centre for the Arts in collaboration with The Guild Art Gallery, Mumbai opened ‘Sculpsit: Between Thought and Action’ - an exhibition of drawings and sculptures by works by 15 Indian master artists - Anupam Sud | Akbar Padamsee | Navjot Altaf | Baiju Parthan I | Gieve Patel | Gigi Scaria | Himmat Shah | Jyoti Bhatt | K. G. Subramanyan | A. Ramachandran  N. N. Rimzon I | Rajkumar Korram | Shantibai | Sudhir Patwardhan | T.V. Santhosh 

Curated by Sasha Altaf, the show produced by patrons Dattaraj and Dipti Sagaocar will remain open until December 2019.

The show highlights the relationship between drawing and sculpture and the process that takes place in conceiving and realising a work of art. All the works show the trajectory between the first phase (the creation of the idea and thought) and its final form (as it comes to life). At the same time, the exhibition looks at the dialogue and complexities in the relation that emerges between artist and craftsman.

Sasha Altaf is an acclaimed art curator & art critic. She is presently the Curator at the Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami, from where she also holds the post of adjunct professor at the Department of Art and Art History. Her body of work includes her written material and lectures on contemporary Indian art with a special focus on feminist practices and contemporary media. Her education background includes an MA in Art History at the University of Miami, USA in 1999. In 2006, she completed her MA in Advanced Studies in Feminism and Visual Art at the University of Leeds, UK and in the year 2010 she completed her BA in Art History at the Maharaj Sayajirao University in Baroda, India.

Sasha has penned the well appreciated "Erotic Autonomy as a Politics of Feminism". She has also helmed the responsibility of Director at the Talwar Gallery in New Delhi.

Gallery Timings: 10 am to 6.30 pm (Monday to Sunday)

Open to all!