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Sridhar Poluru
Sridhar PoluruBibliographical Details of Exhibitions

- Taj (London, UK) - June 2015
- Veda Gallery (Chennai, India) - October 2015
- Emami art gallery (Kolkata, India) - 2016

Solo Exhibitions
2009:
Solo Exhibition “Flame & Flower” at Apparao Galleries, Chennai, India
Solo Exhibition “JAGRUTI: An Awakening Power” at Shridharani Art Gallery, New Delhi, India

2005:
Solo Exhibition of mix-Media Works-Triveni Art Gallery, New Delhi
Solo Exhibition at Prakrati Arts, Chennai
Solo Exhibition at Ananya Art Gallery, Pondicherry

2004:
Solo Exhibition of paintings at Nehru Centre, Mumbai, India

2003:
Solo Exhibition of charcoal drawings at Contemporary art gallery, Ahmedabad, India
Solo Exhibition of paintings, Archer Art Gallery, Ahmedabad

2001:
Solo Exhibition – City Pulse Art Gallery, Gandhinagar, India

2000:
Solo Exhibition of Paintings- Contemporary art gallery, Ahmedabad

1998:
Display of Drawings - NIFT, Gandhinagar


Group Exhibitions
2015
Golden 2015 - Auction of Modern and Contemporary Indian Art, Taj coromandel, Chennai
Art Summit, Jaipur, India
Kaleidoscope, Jaipur
2014:
Red Alert, Organized by Sree Art Gallery at Galerie Romain Rolland, Delhi
Naman Art Gallery, Ahmedabad..
2013:
Affordable Art show, Singapore Art Fair, SIngapore
Ion Orchard Gallery, Singapore
2012:
Art Chennai 2012, Chennai
2011:
Symphony at Cymroza Art Gallery, Mumbai
Emerging20 show at Gujarat Lalit kala Akademi, Ahmedabad
Group show at Bangalore Chitra kala Parishat.
Indian festival for modern & contemporary art, Art Chennai-2011
Emerging 20, Art Camp, Porbandar, Gujarat

2010:
Group show Chitra Kala Parishat, Bangalore;
Ayya Art Gallery, Chennai
2009:
Group Show organized by HSBC at Pride Hotel, Ahmedabad
2008:
Art camp and show at Diu, Gujarat
Jahangir Art Gallery, Mumbai
Lalit Kala Academy, Delhi.
Cymroza Art Gallery, Mumbai.

2007:
Samanvai Art Gallery, Jaipur

2006:
Group Show- Habitat Center, New Delhi

2005:
Celebrations-Marvel Art Gallery, Ahmedabad

Participations

2005: 45th Rajya Kala Pradarshan, Organized by Gujarat State Lalit Kala Academy, Ahmadabad

2004: 18th All India art contest conducted by South Central Zone cultural center, Nagpur

1994: Group Show-Taj Residency, Vishakhapatnam

1994: Participation in an Exhibition for the sake of Earth quake victims of Maharashtra Bharat Bhavan, Bhopal

1993: South Zone Youth Festival-Gulbarga University, Organized by Association of Indian Universities, New Delhi

1993: Workshop on Creativity-I.T.C., I.L.T.D. Division, Guntur

1993: 6th Rashtriya Kala Mela-Madras-by Lalit Kala Academy, New Delhi

1991: Annual Exhibition, Vishakhapatnam

Collections

Art Dimensions – Kolkatta
Legislative Assembly (Sachivalay) of Gujarat
Cultural Department of Russian Federation, Russian Consulate, Mumbai
Gallery Visual Art, Middlesex, London, UK
Sree Art Gallery, Delhi
Gallery Art Motif, New Delhi
Archer Art Gallery, Ahmedabad
Marvel Art Gallery, Ahmedabad
Ananya Art Gallery, Pondicherry
Shrishti Art Gallery, Hyderabad
Samanvai Art Gallery, Jaipur
Apparao Art Gallery, Chennai
Ayya Art Gallery, Chennai
National Innovation Foundation (NIF), Ahmedabad
Bakery Group –Ahmedabad
H C P Interior Architecture Pvt Ltd
Society for Research and Initiatives for Sustainable Technologies and Institutions (SRISTI), Ahmedabad
At various individual collections in India and abroad.

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Charity

French Esophageal Atresia Association (AFAO)

AFAO is a French Association who primary function is to help and advise people born with Esophageal Atresia (EA) as well as their friends & family.
Sharing personal experiences, offering therapeutic information and education, providing collective colloboration with healthcare professionals, supporting the work of EA researchers remain the primary action fronts of the AFAO

Inspiration

Artist Biography
Sridhar Poluru paints in multimedia like charcoal, combination of textile in contemporary paintings mixed media on canvas and acrylic on canvas. He was born in 1968 in Andhra Pradesh, India. He received B.Sc. from Nagarjuna University and secured first rank in BFA from Andhra University. He worked at Kanoria Centre for Arts, Ahmedabad and currently lives in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India.
He strongly believes in the below mentioned saying..
“Basically, I am perhaps a painter without a style. Style is something that locks a painter in to the same vision, same techniques, and same formula. I thrash around too much. I am never fixed. That is why I have no style” - PICASSO
He tries to work on different subjects that he observes in and around, and occur in day to day life. While doing so, he totally go through it and tries to involve as much as he can regarding topic, line, form, composition, color, and even medium. For example, the topics like - Man and nature, Rhythm of Life, Save the girl child, Jagruti: An Awakening power, Fame & Flower, and Kamadhenu etc.

He tried to show the power of the Indian Woman in many of his works

In the above mentioned series he tried to portray different shades of Indian women from medieval to modern age where medieval age caused the decline in women’s status, which gave rise to some new evils like sati, auhar, child marriage, restriction on girl’s education etc. Due to so many social reforms women in India slowly got recognition for their real potential, they started questioning the rules laid down by the society. As a result, they started breaking barriers, evolved out of the cocoon and earned very respectable position in this world.

He also paints to represent a few divine forms in Hindu mythology…like:

LOTUS. The lotus is the foremost symbol of beauty, prosperity and fertility. According to Hinduism, within each human is the spirit of the sacred lotus. It represents eternity, purity, divinity. It is also used to describe feminine beauty.

KAMADHENU (the winged cow) is the mother of all cows. She is a miraculous "cow of plenty" who provides her owner whatever he desires.

KALPAVRUKSH is a mythological, wish-fulfilling divine tree, which held the power to grant every wish of man. Its branches bore every kind of fruit and flower one wished.

IRAVATA. (The white elephant is considered to belong to the God Indra). Iravata is believed to be the Protector of all the Eight Directions.

All these mythological forms of characters always protect the bondage between nature and human kind…these mythological characters are the real time live examples…


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Biographie de l'artiste
Sridhar Poluru peint en différents multimédia tels que le charbon, combinaison de textile dans les peintures contemporaines et technique mixte sur toile et acrylique sur toile. Il est né en 1968 dans l'Andhra Pradesh, en Inde. Il a reçu B.Sc. de l'Université de Nagarjuna et BFA de l'Université Andhra. Il a travaillé au Centre des arts Kanoria, Ahmedabad et vit actuellement à Ahmedabad, Gujarat, en Inde.
Il croit fermement en ce qui suit ...
“Je suis peut-être un peintre sans style. Le style est quelque chose qui bloque un peintre pour la même vision, mêmes techniques, et même formule. Je ne suis jamais fixe. Voilà pourquoi je suis pas de style "- PICASSO
Il essaie de travailler sur différents sujets qu'il observe dans la vie de tous les jours. Ce faisant, il s’en imprègne et essaye d'impliquer autant que possible ce qui le concerne, la ligne, la forme, la composition, la couleur, et la texture. Par exemple, les sujets tels que - l'homme et la nature, le rythme de la vie, sauver une enfant etc.

Il a essayé de montrer la puissance de la femme indienne dans grand nombre de ses œuvres

Dans la série mentionnée ci-dessus, il a essayé de dépeindre les différentes nuances de femmes indiennes de la ville médiévale à l'âge moderne où l'âge médiéval a causé la détérioration de la condition des femmes, ce qui a donné lieu à de nouveaux maux comme le sati, auhar, le mariage des enfants, la restriction sur l'éducation de l'etc de la jeune fille En raison de tant de réformes sociales des femmes en Inde a obtenu lentement reconnaissance de leur réel potentiel, ils ont commencé à remettre en question les règles établies par la société. En conséquence, ils ont commencé à casser les barrières, ont évolué hors du cocon et gagnaient position très respectable dans ce monde.

Il peint aussi de représenter quelques formes divines dans la mythologie hindoue ... comme:

LOTUS. Le lotus est avant tout le symbole de la beauté, de la prospérité et de la fertilité. Selon l'hindouisme, au sein de chaque être humain est l'esprit de la lotus sacré. Il représente l'éternité, de la pureté, de la divinité. Il est également utilisé pour décrire la beauté féminine.

Kamadhenu (la vache ailée) est la mère de toutes les vaches. Elle est une «vache d'abondance" miraculeuse qui fournit son propriétaire en ce qu'il désire..

KALPAVRUKSH est un arbre divin mythologique qui exauce les souhaits, qui détenait le pouvoir d'accorder à chaque souhait de l'homme. Ses branches portaient toutes sortes de fruits et de fleurs l'on voulait.

IRAVATA, L'éléphant blanc est considéré appartenir au dieu Indra. Iravata est considéré comme le protecteur de tous les huit directions.

Toutes ces formes mythologiques de caractères protègent toujours la servitude entre la nature et le genre humain ... ces personnages mythologiques sont les exemples vivants en temps réel ...


8 works of art by Sridhar Poluru