ART: Bharti Kher (Rockbund Art Museum, Shanghai)

On March 15, 2014, Art+ Shanghai Gallery had the opportunity to attend the curator's tour for Bharti Kher's solo show at the Rockbund Art Museum, Shanghai. Led by its director Larys Frogier, this tour was very enriching and allowed us to have a better understanding of the artist's approach.
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The skin speaks a language not its own, Bharti Kher / Fibreglass, bindis - 2006

The skin speaks a language not its own, Bharti Kher / Fibreglass, bindis - 2006

Detail of The hot winds that blows from the West, Bharti Kher / 131 radiators - 2011

Detail of The hot winds that blows from the West, Bharti Kher / 131 radiators - 2011

Target Queen, Bharti Kher / PVC, aluminium - 2014 (North facade of the museum)

Target Queen, Bharti Kher / PVC, aluminium - 2014 (North facade of the museum)

Not all who wander are lost, Bharti Kher / Wooden stools, table, mechanised antique globes - 2009-2010

Not all who wander are lost, Bharti Kher / Wooden stools, table, mechanised antique globes - 2009-2010

And all the while the benevolent slept, Bharti Kher / 2008

And all the while the benevolent slept, Bharti Kher / 2008

The skin speaks a language not its own, Bharti Kher / Fibreglass, bindis - 2006

The skin speaks a language not its own, Bharti Kher / Fibreglass, bindis - 2006


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Peggy Guggenheim in Venice, Italy late 1950, was the daughter of the American businessman Benjamin Guggenheim who went down with the Titanic ship. Peggy inherited a fortune from her father and became an influential collector of modern art. She was the niece of Solomon R. Guggenheim and married the artist Max Ernst. . . . "Having plenty of time and all the museum's funds at my disposal, I put myself on a regime to buy one picture a day."

Peggy Guggenheim

Peggy Guggenheim in Venice, Italy late 1950, was the daughter of the American businessman Benjamin Guggenheim who went down with the Titanic ship. Peggy inherited a fortune from her father and became an influential collector of modern art. She was the niece of Solomon R. Guggenheim and married the artist Max Ernst. . . . "Having plenty of time and all the museum's funds at my disposal, I put myself on a regime to buy one picture a day."

Jonathan Callan book sculpture - amazing, unique, original, would make interesting furniture/coffee table??

Jonathan Callan book sculpture - amazing, unique, original, would make interesting furniture/coffee table??

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