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    Anupam Sud

    One of the prominent Indian modern and contemporary printmakers, Anupam Sud’s extensive black and white artworks are sensual, surreal and stark. Born 1944, Sud was initially trained at the College of Art, New Delhi and later at Slade School of Fine Art, London. She is a recipient of many awards, which include Lalit Kala Academy, President's Gold Medal, Kala Ratna, Sahitya Kala Parishad, Egyptian International Print Biennale, among others.


    Anupam Sud experiments to creatively converge intaglio with screen printing and lithography. It is instrumental to note that during her formative years at the institute, she was mentored under the guidance of Somnath Hore. Moving beyond the stereotyped image of sexuality, Sud’s figures are brooding, pensive and play a tacit conversation with the audience. Overviewing the lifetime oeuvre, Sud's practice denotes several phases that chart an abstract and narrative phase to bringing in feminist values. From childhood experiences of her father's interest in bodybuilding, Punjabi theatre and mother's appreciation of classical music, Sud has withdrawn many memorial images onto the paper in an achromatic palette.


    More importantly, she has conducted several printmaking workshops in India and at international venues. Concerning the idea of promoting printmaking and sustaining the practice among future artists, she became a member of Group 8 in 1968. Group 8, comprising other printmakers, was founded by one of Anupam’s teachers, Jagmohan Chopra. In addition, Sud uses zinc plates to create prints that are filled with minimal hues and pervade the entire surface with a range of quotidian scenes and objects.


    Being one of the prominent female artists in India, Sud has been exhibited and collected by several reputed museums, institutes and galleries. Among renowned international spaces, a few names comprise The Victoria and Albert Museum, London, The Peabody Museum, U.S.A., and the Glenbarra Art Museum, Japan.


    Anupam Sud lives and works in Mandi, Himachal Pradesh, India.

    Anupam Sud

    One of the prominent Indian modern and contemporary printmakers, Anupam Sud’s extensive black and white artworks are sensual, surreal and stark. Born 1944, Sud was initially trained at the College of Art, New Delhi and later at Slade School of Fine Art, London. She is a recipient of many awards, which include Lalit Kala Academy, President's Gold Medal, Kala Ratna, Sahitya Kala Parishad, Egyptian International Print Biennale, among others.


    Anupam Sud experiments to creatively converge intaglio with screen printing and lithography. It is instrumental to note that during her formative years at the institute, she was mentored under the guidance of Somnath Hore. Moving beyond the stereotyped image of sexuality, Sud’s figures are brooding, pensive and play a tacit conversation with the audience. Overviewing the lifetime oeuvre, Sud's practice denotes several phases that chart an abstract and narrative phase to bringing in feminist values. From childhood experiences of her father's interest in bodybuilding, Punjabi theatre and mother's appreciation of classical music, Sud has withdrawn many memorial images onto the paper in an achromatic palette.


    More importantly, she has conducted several printmaking workshops in India and at international venues. Concerning the idea of promoting printmaking and sustaining the practice among future artists, she became a member of Group 8 in 1968. Group 8, comprising other printmakers, was founded by one of Anupam’s teachers, Jagmohan Chopra. In addition, Sud uses zinc plates to create prints that are filled with minimal hues and pervade the entire surface with a range of quotidian scenes and objects.


    Being one of the prominent female artists in India, Sud has been exhibited and collected by several reputed museums, institutes and galleries. Among renowned international spaces, a few names comprise The Victoria and Albert Museum, London, The Peabody Museum, U.S.A., and the Glenbarra Art Museum, Japan.


    Anupam Sud lives and works in Mandi, Himachal Pradesh, India.

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