Sculpture

Annysa Ng

Annysa Ng
Born in Hong Kong.
Lives and works in Hong Kong and New York.

She studied fine art at Staatliche Akademie der Bildenen Künste in Germany and School of Visual Arts in New York. She was awarded Manhattan Community Arts Fund, 2009/10 Fellowship recipient from the Urban Artist Initiative/NYC, Osaka Governor Prize by Nippon Modern Fine Arts Association, Fellowship at National Academy in NY, and Residency at Egon Schiele Art Centrum in Czech Republic.

Mona Aghababaee

Mona Aghababaee
Born in 1982 Esfahan, Iran
Lives and works in Iran

Mona Aghababaee is an artist who lives and works in Iran. Most of her works are based on historical events and social issues in her homeland. She uses different mediums to explore new possibilities for her challenges in human and gender. Abstraction in some of her work is a means of transformation to educe hidden meaning through allusion.

Ritesh Ajmeri

Ritesh Ajmeri
Born in 1980, Vadora, India
Lives and works in India

Artist statement:

My work starts from where I have been situated in my art-practice and traditional Indian sculpture family background as a middle class Indian, looking for the borders where media, objects, and images are incessantly susceptible to instability.

Sanjay Yamgar

Sanjay Yamgar
Born in 1975 India

Education : Abhinav Kala Mahavidyalaya, Pune and E’cole Supérieure des Beaux Arts, Marseille, France

Huma Mulji

Huma Mulji
Born in 1970, Karachi, Pakistan
Lives and works in Pakistan

Huma Mulji was born in Karachi, Pakistan, in 1970, and completed her Bachelors in Fine Art from the Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture in 1995. Mulji's participation in recent selected exhibitions includes in 2008 Farewell to Post Colonialism, Third Guangzhou Triennial, Guangdong Museum of Art, China; Desperately Seeking Paradise, Pakistan Pavillion, ART DUBAI, UAE and Arabian Delight, Rohtas Gallery, Lahore.

Chiu Chao-Tsai

Chiu Chao-Tsai
Born in 1977, Miaoli, Taiwan.
Lives and works in Taiwan

He obtained his M. F. A. degree from Taipei National University of the Arts. Chiu currently lives and works in Taipei. Chiu's work focuses on interactive mechanism. He considers 'interaction' as the core concept. An interactive mechanism is embedded in the work, and through the involvement of its audience, the structure of the work deviates from its usual rigid form and becomes dynamic and ever-changing , providing the audience an instant feedback.

Mella Jaarsma

Mella Jaarsma
Born in 1960, Emmeloord, Netherlands
Lives and works in Yogyakarta, Indonesia since 1984.

Mella Jaarsma was born in Emmeloord, the Netherlands at 9th October 1960. She grew up in Netherlands and studied visual art at 'Minerva' Academy, Groningen (1978–1984), after which she left the Netherlands to study at the IKJ (Art Institute of Jakarta, 1984), Jakarta and at ISI ( Indonesia Institute of the Arts, 1985–1986), Yogyakarta and stayed ever since in Indonesia. Her work has been presented widely in exhibitions in Indonesia as well as in international art events.

Kambiz Sabri

Kambiz Sabri
Born April 18, 1967, Kashan Iran

Kambiz Sabri was born on April 18, 1967 in Kashan and grew up in Shahroud. He became familiar with the arts during his childhood at the "Institute for the Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults", where he learned painting. However, the years of his youth however did not prove prosperous ones for the arts in general in the country.

Reena Saini Kallat

Reena Saini Kallat
Born in 1973, Delhi, India.
Lives and works in Delhi, India.

Reena Saini Kallat graduated from Sir J. J. School of Art, Mumbai in 1996 with a B.F.A. in painting. Her practice – spanning painting, photography, video, sculpture and installation, often incorporates multiple mediums into a single work. She frequently works with officially recorded or registered names of people, objects, and monuments that are lost or have disappeared without a trace, only to get listed as anonymous and forgotten statistics. One of the recurrent motifs in her work is the rubber stamp, used as an object and an imprint, signifying the bureaucratic apparatus, which both confirms and obscures identities. Her work has been widely exhibited across the world and she has participated in a number of workshops and residencies. She lives and works in Mumbai.

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