3-D Lenticular Print Exhibition for the First Time in India, by Photographer Annu Palakunathu Matthew

TASVEER, the art gallery, presents “The Virtual Immigrant” by Photographer Annu Palakunathu Matthew.

This is the first exhibition of 3D Lenticular prints in India.
Exhibition:The Virtual Immigrant
Venue: TASVEER , Sua House
Date: Aug 28 – Sept 19, 2009 (Sundays closed)

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contact Tasveer, Bangalore:

Sua House, 26/1 Kasturba Cross Road
Bangalore 560001, India

Contact : Kaajal Gupta
Tel : + 91 99862 84251
+ 91 80 2212 8358


Matthew’s recent exhibitions include Sepia International, New York City, the RISD Museum, Newark Art Museum, 2009 Guangzhou Biennial of Photography, China, 2006 Noorderlicht Photo Festival in Netherlands and the 2005 Le Mois de la Photo à Montréal Photo Biennale in Canada.

In 2007, Matthew was the first of three artists to be awarded the MacColl Johnson Fellowship in Visual Arts. Among the list of other grants recently supporting Matthew‘s work include the John Gutmann Fellowship, Rhode Island State Council of the Arts Fellowship and the American Institute of Indian Studies Creative Arts fellowship. She was recently an artist in residence at the Yaddo and MacDowell Colonies. Her work can be found in the collection of the George Eastman House, Fogg Museum, Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, Center for Creative Photography, Daimler Art Collection and the RISD Museum among others.

Matthew’s work is included in the book BLINK from Phaidon, that according to the publisher celebrates the quality and vision of today’s 100 most exciting international contemporary photographers and the upcoming book Self-Portraits by Susan Bright.

Annu Palakunnathu Matthew is Professor of Art (Photography) at the University of Rhode Island in Kingston, Rhode Island and is represented by Sepia International Inc., New York City & Tasveer, India

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