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Contemporary Indian Art

Celebrating 25 years of Art.Motif
An online exhibition

2021

Shalini Saran

Born in 1951. She worked as a travel writer and photographer for over two decades, and her photographs and articles have been widely published. Around 2000, she gradually focused her attention towards photographing abstract compositions—in scrapyards, granite quarries and shipyards. She participated in 'Pratibimba', an exhibition sent to the Pushkin Museum, Moscow, for the Festival of India, and then to India House, London, receiving two awards on the occasion. Later, she began exploring the possibilities of digital drawings. She has exhibited her photographs in solo and group shows, and held a solo exhibition of her digital drawings. In the late '90s, her work gravitated towards the non-representational. She has now been working with oil pastels for a few years.

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

Untitled

Pastels on paper

76 x 56cm

CODE: SHSA / 53