Art Heritage Gallery presents I Have Lost Me: Birds of Passage, a show of paintings by Sunanda Khajuria.
I Have Lost Me: Birds of Passage, speaks to the notion of perpetual motion, transition and eventual transformation, a concept deeply embedded in Chinese traditional painting and Taoist philosophy. In the current body of work, travel has morphed and matured into an exploration of migration, both local and global – a concept of particular relevance today, when the COVID pandemic has made many reassess how they travel and where they eventually want to settle. Sunanda Khajuria (b. 1979) completed her B.F.A. (Painting) from the Institute of Music and Fine Art, Jammu (2002), and did her M.F.A. (Painting) from the College of Art, New Delhi (2005). The recipient of many awards, most recently Khajuria was selected as one of the 13 artists for the Lakshmi Mittal and Family South Asia Institute’s 2020-2021 Visiting Artist Fellowship at Harvard University. Sunanda Khajuria lives and works in India and China.
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