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Rajan Krishnan View Gallery 

Born in 1967 in Kerala, completed in 1994-BFA Painting from Govt. College of Fine Arts, Thiruvananthapuram & 1996-M.F.A Painting from Faculty of Fine Arts, M. S. University, Baroda. Has held the following Solo shows: 2008 – RE-VISIT, Gallery OED, Kochi, 2008- Ore / Substances of Earth-I, Bodhi Space, Mumbai, 2007- Memoir, Bodhi Art, New York, 2006- Art Singapore 2006, Bodhi Art, 2006- Enroute, Bombay Art Gallery, Mumbai & 2004- Little Black Drawings, Kashi Art Gallery, Kochi. Has numerous participations to his credit: 1997-Gift for India, SAHMAT, Ravindra Bhavan, New Delhi, 1998-Miniature Format Show, Gallery Sans Tache, Mumbai, 1999-An Album of Drawings and Paintings, Draavidia Gallery, Kochi, 2000-Chingamela, Kerala Kalapeetom, Kochi, 2001-Annual show, Kerala Lalithakala Akademi, Durbar Hall Art Centre, Kochi, 2002-Cross Currents, Daira Centre for Art & Culture, Hyderabad & An Album of Drawings, Draavidia, Kochi & Tree Festival, Kashi Art Cafe, Kochi, 2003- Regional Art Exhibition, Lalit Kala Akademi Regional Centre,Chennai & 2003- Remembering Bhupen, Kashi Art Café, Fort Kochi, 2005- New Colours of Sumukha, Gallery Sumukha, Bangalore & Double Enders, curated by Bose Krishnamachari, at Jehangir Art Gallery & Museum Gallery, Mumbai, Vadehra Art Gallery, New Delhi, Gallery Sumukha, Bangalore, and Durbar Hall Art Centre, Kochi, 2006- Group show of Indian artists, Visual Arts Gallery, Hong Kong, by Gallery Sumukha, 2006- Summer Rites, Gallery Beyond, Mumbai, 2007- Gulf Art Fair, Dubai, Bodhi Art, 2007 - Kashi – 10 Light Years, Kashi Art Gallery, Kochi, 2008 – Triva 2008, Annual Show, Triva Contemporary, Thiruvananthapuram, Art Beat, The Shrine Gallery, New Delhi, Hong Kong International Art Fair, Bombay Art Gallery, Art Chicago, Bodhi Art & Art Cologne, Bodhi Art. He lives and works in Kochi.


Rajan Krishnan’s are random images which mainly suggest the change and disintegration to a landscape familiar for a long time, a landscape in transition; a landscape he has been traveling for a long time.

“In the more recent past, I started becoming aware of the impact wrought by the forces of change upon this landscape I had traversed infinite times. Both the disintegration of natural decay and the rapid destruction caused by the new development have hit it at the same time. It is unsettling. More than any outward injury, it leaves behind a massive lesion within”. says Rajan Krishnan .

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