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Upcoming Exhibition:

The Art of Hand Painted Chintz

by Renuka Reddy

6 April - 6 May, 2017

Shalini Saran

Shalini Saran (b. 1951) worked as a freelance photographer from the early eighties. She has traveled extensively in India, attempting to capture the texture of Indian life and her photographs have been widely published. She participated in Pratibimba, an exhibition sent to the Pushkin Museum, Moscow, for the Festival of India, and then to India House, London and was given two awards on the occasion. She has had two solo exhibitions in New Delhi and participated in group shows in New Delhi and London. In the late ‘90s, her work gravitated towards the non-representational. In 2006, she began to explore Photoshop, which revealed the potential of digital art—art created on a computer in digital form. She has since been creating images on the computer, with and without the use of photographs and is fascinated by the emergence of a composition in all its dimensions.

Available works
Previously exhibited works

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Untitled

Digital

86 x 56cm

CODE: SHSA / 45

Untitled

Digital

91.5 x 61cm

CODE: SHSA / 48