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Harsha Durugadda

A conceptual artist, Harsha Durugadda lives and works in Hyderabad. He is the winner of the Rio Tinto Sculpture Award 2017 at Sculpture by the Sea, Australia. He received an MA in visual communication from New Delhi from Jawaharlal Nehru University. Durugadda uses sculpture, interactive work, and site-specific installations to bring to light the intricate understandings of the modern world. His work exposes the invisible elements of the larger fabric of life to tactical experiences, oftentimes bridging the distance between real and utopian. Durugadda’s sculptures and installations have been exhibited internationally at group exhibitions in Germany, Australia, United States, and London. In 2014he was invited by the Courtauld Institute of Art to present on Ancient BuddhistSculpture at the British Museum, London. He has received the AndrewStretton Memorial invitation in 2016 at Sydney.

2016 ‘Whirling Out’, Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi

2018 ‘Nord Art’, Budelsdorf, Germany
2018 ‘Sculpture by the Sea’, Cottesloe, Australia
2017 ‘Sculpture by the Sea’, Cottesloe, Australia
2017 ‘CIMA Award Show’, Cima Gallery, Kolkata
2016 ‘Sculpture by the Sea’, Sydney, Australia
2016 ‘Translations-Kolkata’, ICCR Art Gallery, Kolkata
2016 ‘National Exhibition by SCZCC’, Hyderabad
2015 ‘Translations’, Emergent Art Space, Portland, USA
2014 ‘Seen: Unseen’, Art Centrix Space, New Delhi
2014 ‘Cultural Coalitions’, Plastic Propaganda, London
2013 ‘Sarai City’, Devi Art Foundation, New Delhi
2012 ‘Harkat’, Art Performance, SARAI, New Delhi
2012 ‘Unbox Festival ‘, Queens Gallery, British Council, New Delhi
2011 ‘Infinite Possibilities’, Visual Arts Gallery, IHC, New Delhi

2016 KYTA Artist Residency, Kalga, Himachal Pradesh

2018 Biafarin Award, NordArt, Budeldorf, Germany
2017 Rio Tinto Sculpture Award, Sculpture by the Sea, Perth, Australia
2016 The Andrea Stretton Memorial Award, Sculpture by the Sea, Sydney
2012 Fellowship, Unbox Festival supported by the British Council, UK PUBLICATIONS
2016 ‘Amaravati: The Art of an Early Buddhist Monument in Context’ Research Publication by The British Museum
ISBN: 978 0861592074

2017 ‘In a Creative Space’, The Hindu
2017 ‘Sunrise Weekend’, JT weekend News
2017 ‘TV Interview’, Perth now
2017 ‘Winning Sculpture’, The West Australian
2017 ‘Sculptor Wins coveted Australian Award’, The Hindu
2017 ‘Sea-ing is believing’, Asian Age / Sunday Chronicle
2017 ‘Sounds sculpted by the Sea’, IndianLink
2017 ‘Indian Artist awarded for sculpture in Western Australia’, Outlook India
2017 ‘The young Indian sculptor we all should be proud of’, India Today
2017 ‘Art that’s alive’, Deccan Herald
2016 ‘Artist’s tryst with the Himalayas’, Times of India
2016 ‘Unique Creations’, Millennium Post
2014 ‘Inherent talent Blossoms’, Deccan Chronicle
2014 ‘Art in 3D Print’, Deccan Chronicle
2012 ‘Arty Farty with Loo Culture’, Timeout Magazine
2012 ‘Sanitary Stories’, CreativeGaga Art & Design Magazine

2018 Nicola Forest, Perth, Australia
2017 Busselton, Australia

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