“Transition /Tradition” Contemporary Ceramic Art of India and South Korea

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Gallerie Nvya with the support of InKo Centre Chennai, hosts their second collaborative ceramics exhibition with Indian and Korean artists who have trained in traditional methods of ceramic production and techniques, emoting a contemporary vision in their contemporary conceptualisation of the ceramic object and its place in the artistic realm. Both India and Korea are renowned for their strong and diverse ceramic traditions in society as functional, ritualistic and architectural objects. Most of the artists whose works are exhibited here are educators, as well as strong practitioners, whose great influence on younger generations has led to a growing recognition of the value and highly regarded place of ceramic art in art practices of the 21st century.

The exhibition brings together an eclectic mix of senior South Korean names like Jae Joon Lee, Hoon Lee, Jin Kyoung Kim with senior India artists Ira Chaudhuri, P R Daroz, Trupti Patel and G Reghu, with a host of young talent including Shirley Bhatnagar, Reyaz Badruddin, Pyon Kyu Ri, and Yoon Sun Lim among others.

The exhibition brings together an eclectic mix of senior South Korean names like Jae Joon Lee, Hoon Lee, Jin Kyoung Kim with senior India artists Ira Chaudhuri, P R Daroz, Trupti Patel and G Reghu, with a host of young talent including Shirley Bhatnagar, Reyaz Badruddin, Pyon Kyu Ri, and Yoon Sun Lim among others.

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Gallerie Nvya, 101-103, Square One Designer Arcade, C-2, District Centre, Saket, New Delhi

January 9th – 30th, 2016