N.S. Harsha is one of India’s leading artists and this is the largest exhibition of his work in the UK, including the premiere of a work directly from the Sydney Biennale 2018 and another work specially conceived for the Glynn Vivian. Harsha won the Artes Mundi prize in 2008.
This major partnership exhibition includes three core works—a new installation ᖷacing (2018), the UK premiere of Reclaiming the inner space (2017), and the seminal earlier work Sky Gazers (2010). In addition to these works the exhibition will also include several other wall and floor based paintings, recent sculptures and the recreation of Future (2007), a collaborative workshop with local children and young people where they are invited to imagine their future by decorating over-sized shirts that they will then theoretically grow into. The shirts will then be on display as part of the exhibition.
Part of the India Wales joint initiative between Wales Arts International and the British Council. Generously supported by Mollart Engineering Limited.