25 – 31 January 2010 at Jehangir Art Gallery 1 – 13 February 2010 at Art Musings Radhakrishnan is one of the most notable among the new generation of figurative sculptors who has successfully brought about a resurgence in Indian sculpture. A modernist, he recharges age-old sculptural processes with a new sensibility. His work, both intimate and universal, takes the celebration of sensuality as one of its central themes. In the words of art historian R Siva Kumar, “Radhakrishnan’s recent works bring together all the sculptural devices and images he has employed during the last eight years and thus reveals certain relations between them more pointedly. The mass on the ramp is miniaturized versions of Mausi and Maiya with their individualities dissolved as if seen at a distance; genderless, faceless figures. The reality, we are reminded, is a matter of perspective.” The artist has exhibited in important exhibitions extensively both in India and abroad, and his works can be found in several public and private collections throughout the world. This is his second solo exhibition with Art Musings.
25.01.2010 – 13.02.2010