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Nitin Mukul

Flying Lotus

Nitin Mukul

Lot No # AB2025

Nitin Mukul
Flying Lotus
Silkscreen Print, (Unique Monoprint)
10” x 13”
Work done in 2010


Nitin Mukul is a visual artist currently working in New York City and New Delhi. He creates across a diverse range of media: painting, video, installation and set design. Rooted in collage; his work often combines process-oriented mark making (using tea stain for example) with representational elements, staging an evocative interplay between the two. Mukul recasts and recombines ritual imagery, architectural remnants, and popular icons. He was included in the landmark exhibition of South Asian art, Edge of Desire/Fatal Love at Queens Museum of Art (2005). He has shown at Nature Morte Gallery in Delhi and The Guild (Mumbai/New York). His work was recently included in Art Asia Miami 2009, Hong Kong Art Fair 2009, Scope Art Basel 2009 and is held in several private collections. He has worked as an assistant for the late American minimalist artist Sol Lewitt, and was a former Creative Director at the Indocenter of Art & Culture in NYC. Mukul has curated exhibitions and performances at P.S. 122, Aicon Gallery (NYC), Religare Arts•I Gallery (Delhi). In the realm of performance, Mukul’s recent series of video pieces titled Meltdown have been integrated into live performances at Monkeytown (Williamsburg)(link: http://www.monkeytownhq.com/friends.html ) and at Aicon. Currently he is showing an installation titled Savage Jukebox as part of 'Of Filmi Love and Other Demons' at The Asian Arts Initiative (Philadelphia). Mukul’s work has been reviewed by the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Time Out, Fallon & Rossoff, Asian Art News and Art India magazine. http://www.nitinmukul.com

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