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Anjana Mehra was born in 1949 in New Delhi. She studied at the Sir J.J.School of Art, Mumbai and Print Making at the M.S.University, Baroda. She has held several solo exhibitions: 1975,1982-Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai, 1983-Graphite Powder Drawings on paper at the M.M.Shino Art Gallery, LA, USA, 1984-Pundole Art Gallery, Mumbai, 1988,1992,1994-Jehangir Art Gallery & Gallery 7, Mumbai, 1995-Series of six works commissioned by the Jindal Art Foundation, exhibited at NCPA, Mumbai, 1998-City of Mirages at Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai. Has participated in numerous group shows: 1973-74 Etchings at Jehangir Art Gallery, 1974- Etchings & National exhibition at Rabindra Bhavan, N.Delhi, 1976-Gerhard Dedeke Gallery, Germany & N.N.Gallery, Seattle USA, 1979-80 – Chemould Art Gallery, Mumbai, 1986- 6th Triennale, Delhi, 1988-Second Asian European Art Biennale, Ankara, Turkey, 1990-Cymroza Art Gallery, Mumbai & Biennale at Bharat Bhavan, Bhopal, XAL Praxis Foundation exhibition at Jehangir Art Gallery, 1991-Travelling show Shridharani Gallery, Delhi, The Gallery Madras, & Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai; 1995-Images of Violence, NCPA Mumbai, 1996-Harmony Show at Nehru Centre, Mumbai & Urban Signals-Shifting Images at Birla Academy of Art and Culture Mumbai & Calcutta and 100 years of Cinema at Cymroza Art Gallery, Mumbai; 1997-A page from my diary-Sans Tache, Mumbai, 50 years of Art in Bombay-NGMA, Mumbai & Artists and Feminism invited for a slide show and talk at Alliance Francaise, Mumbai; 2002-Shakti a group show of 50 women painters on Women’s International Day at Hacienda Art Gallery, Mumbai.Has participated in the 2005 Arad Biennale Romania. 2006 Solo show “Paper Wars” at Gallery Beyond, Mumbai. Has attended a number of workshops from 1973 to 1995. She lives and works in Mumbai. ABOUT HER WORKS Deeply involved with the ruthless transience and violence of life, Anjana Mehra lets her work reflect the pain and grief of living Well in control of the medium she uses. Mehra is quite prepared to life the comforting veil of apathy and examine life and death with clinical attention. Her technical capability gives her work the strength to absorb the shock and tenor that accompanies social upheavals, psychopathic obsessions and the finality of death. She has to work all this out of her system and painting becomes the medium for catharsis. Well modulated but erie in their cold stillness, her present works deal with death, the finality of it all. In her abstract she seems to seek relief from the self imposed harshness of vision and lets a certain degree of hope emerge from the debris of experience. Mehra’s work is totally engaged with her environment. She remains chronicler of the life around her....Urban Signals Shifting Images, ExC Birla Academy of Art & Culture, 1996.

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