Artist Harsha Durugadda will perform Soil, a durational live-action performance.
Following the performance, Harsha Durugadda will talk about his practice and in particular about the works in the show at Kalakriti Art Gallery.
FREE, come along
About the Artist
Harsha Durugadda currently lives and works in Hyderabad. He has participated in solo and group exhibitions in India, Germany Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States. Most recently his works were exhibited in the 2018 Nord Art exhibition in Germany where he was awarded Biafarin award. Since his solo show Whirling Out at Lalit Kala Akademi New Delhi in early 2016 his works have appeared in Bondi, Sculpture by the Sea (Sydney, Australia) where he received the Andrew Stretton memorial fellowship. In 2017 at Cottesloe, Sculpture by the Sea (Perth, Australia) he won the Rio Tinto Sculpture Award 2017 which was a major recognition internationally for an emerging artist. Durugadda was the recipient of Unbox fellowship supported by The British Council, India in 2012 and in 2014 has published with Courtauld Institute and the British Museum.