Vibha Galhotra|Alter

Elisabetta Marabotto of Saffronart shares a note on the current exhibition of Vibha Galhotra at MK Search Art in Italy

Vibha Galhotra, Alter @ Mk Search Art, San Giovanni Valdarno

Vibha Galhotra, Alter @ Mk Search Art, San Giovanni Valdarno. Image Credit: MK Search Art

London: On December 14 “Alter”, Vibha Galhotra‘s first solo exhibition in Itlay,  was inaugurated at MK Search Art in San Giovanni Valdarno. MK Search Art has the aim to promote debates and a deeper understanding of contemporary Indian art not only within India and in relationship to Italy but also in close dialogue with the international community.

For this exhibition Vibha Galhotra, 2012 MK Search artist in residence, focused on the theme of alterations which constantly influence the notions of time, space, relations and emotions.

Galhotra’s artistic practice is deeply linked to nature and through imageries borrowed from it she discusses issues such as trans-culture, local vs global, nostalgia, existence and identity. The artist also analyzes the cultural condition in which we negotiate our position of human beings living in urban and natural environment that are constantly changing.

On display feature works of different medium and referring to different cultures, and negotiations between spiritual, scientific and spiritual world.

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The exhibition is on until January 18. For more information click here.

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