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Bharti Kher

Bharti Kher

14 September - 11 November 2012


© Bharti Kher
rich man, poor man, beggar man, thief, (detail) 2010
Marble, bronze, copper wire, coins
112 x 63 x 54 cm/ Plinth: 89.7 x 30.5 cm
Ursula Hauser Collection, Switzerland; Photo: Stefan Altenburger Photography Zürich


14 September – 11 November 2012

Parasol unit foundation for contemporary art is delighted to present works by Bharti Kher in her first solo exhibition held in a public art institution in London. The exhibition is composed of a selection of works from the recent past, with an emphasis on the artist’s sculptural works.

Known for her extensive use of everyday, found objects and imaginatively transforming their identity, Kher empowers her often otherworldly creations to present themselves unabashedly as if they were a natural part of our culture and environment. Kher’s work often explores the notion of the self as a multiple, open to interpretation and shape-shifting. Her art practice is intimately intertwined with her life, not only because she borrows motifs and artefacts for her work, but also because she has an inquisitive mind and a strong desire to understand sociological issues such characteristics endow Kher’s work with a narrative quality and fascinating interiority of things that frequently contradict her practice of addressing more global and collective concerns. This tension is precisely what leads us more deeply into Kher’s work and world and prompts us to reposition our own relationship to her individual pieces.

Bharti Kher, born 1969 in London, England, now lives and works in New Delhi, India.

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