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  • S. Harsha Vardhana
    Born : S. Harsha Vardhana born on 9th June, 1958 in New Delhi into a artists family.
    Education : Harsha Vardhana ,the second son of J. Swaminathan is a postgraduate in Bio-Sciences .
    Solo Exhibitions :
    • 2007-08 ‘Enduring Intimations from Far and Near’, Gallery Espace, New Delhi . • 2007 ‘Seeking the Reality’, Indigo Blue Art, Singapore . • 2007 ‘Lines Maketh the Web’, Aicon Gallery, New York • 2007 Anant Art Gallery, New Delhi • 2006 ‘Acute, Obtuse and Sometimes Right’, Aicon Gallery, Palo Alto • 2000 ‘Luminous Terrain’, Lakeeren Art Gallery, Mumbai • 1999 ‘Sangati’, Art Inc., New Delhi • 1997 ‘Wanderings’,Gallery Art Motif, New Delhi.
    Selected Group Exhibitions :
    • 2011 'Form and Formlessness', Art Alive Gallery, Gurgaon • 2011 'Cross Currents', Art Positive, New Delhi • 2010 'Black is Beautiful', India Fine Art, Mumbai • 2010 'Beyond Object hood', presented by Gandhara Art Gallery at Nandalal Bose Hall, Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR), Kolkata • 2009-10 'On Canvas -1', Gallery Art Motif, New Delhi • 2009 'Think Small', Art Alive Gallery, New Delhi • 2009 'Moderns and More', Aicon Gallery, Palo Alto • 2009 'Divagations: Spaces of Possibility', Raza Foundation Awardees Show, Art Alive, New Delhi • 2008 'Abstract Contemporary Art', Gallery Art Motif, New Delhi • 2008 'Tales, Reflection and Constructs', ITC Windsor, Bangalore • 2007 ‘High on Art’, Visual Art Gallery, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi • 2007 ‘Colors of Art’, Presented by Galerie Sara Arakkal and Gallery Art Resource Trust at Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai • 2006 'Drawing Show an Act of Art II', Priyasri Art Gallery, Mumbai • 2006 ‘Confluence’, Aicon Gallery, New York • 2004 ‘Indian Artists for France’, New Delhi • 2004 ‘Young Contemporary Artists’, New Delhi • 2003 ‘Cultural Ties’, organized by Apparao Galleries at New Delhi and Mumbai • 2003 ‘Solitude’, New Delhi and Mumbai • 2003 ‘2D / 3D’, Visual Arts Centre, Hong Kong • 2002 ‘Navarasa’, Visual Arts Gallery, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi • 2000 ‘The Millennium Masks’, Dhoomimal Art Gallery, New Delhi • 1999 ‘Art with Heart’, Hotel Oberoi, New Delhi • 1998 ‘Veiled Spaces’, Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai • 1998 ‘Multi Media’, organized by Centre of International Modern Art (CIMA), Kolkata • 1998 Organized by Arushi Arts, New Delhi • 1997 ‘Post Modern Indian Art’, Turlock, CA, USA • 1996 Lakereen Art Gallery, Mumbai.
    Joint Exhibitions :
    • 2006 With Sheetal Gattani at Galerie Muller and Plate, Berlin • 2004 ‘Bhava – Expression’, with Manish Pushkale, Bodhi Art, Singapore.
    Style :
    This self-taught artist displays his vast creative vocabulary in his heavily textured but plainly coloured canvases. Deeply influenced by tribal art and symbols, Harsha Vardhana creates abstract geometrical forms; inverted triangular structures are constructed within carefully demarcated areas of colour, which violently cut into one another – some blend in while others create obvious scars, bringing a distinctive character to the piece.
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