Shreyas Karle

Mumbai, India

Tiles by Haig Aivazian

Shreyas Karle
Futile connections
10 x 8 inches
Japanese Ink Drawing on Letterpress print
(Original image source- Learn to draw book)

Shreyas Karle
The two V’s responsible for blood flow
8 x 4 inches
Watercolor on post-card

Shreyas Karle
Who pressed my button
Poem by tram door (Zurich archives)
4 x 5 inches
Typo on aged paper (Brother typewriter)

Shreyas Karle (Mumbai, 1981) holds a degree in Fine Arts by the L.S. Raheja School of Art, Bandra, a post-graduation in Indian Aesthetics by the University of Mumbai, and a Masters in Visual Arts by the Maharaja Sayajirao University, Baroda.  His solo shows include: Unnecessary Alcove, Project 88, Mumbai (2018), Karle Ki Koshish: Jeevan Ka Samanya Gyaan, Pundole Gallery and Project 88, Mumbai (2010), Old is Gold, Pundole Gallery, Mumbai (2009). He has participated in such group shows as: Come In, NGMA, Mumbai (2017), Other’s Other, Delhi (2016), Slipping Through the Cracks, Latitude 28, New Delhi (2013), Commercial Break, 54th Venice Biennale, Venice (2011), India Awakens – Under the Banyan Tree, ESSL Museum, Vienna (2010). He has participated in several art residencies, such as Extrapool, Nijmegen, in collaboration with Sandarbh, India (2011), Gasworks, sponsored by the Inlaks Shivdasani Foundatione and the Charles Wallace Fund (2013). He won the 2009 FICA Artist Award for Emerging Contemporary Artist of India.

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