Raksha Patel – A Bouquet From Mars


Raksha Patel was born in Leicester and has a Masters in Fine Art from The Slade School of Art, 1998. Her work investigates ideas of change and disintegration through pseudo botanical images that bear anthromorphic qualities relating to the human body. Her selected exhibitions include Basic Human Needs, Wales (2016), The Trouble with Painting Today, Pump House Gallery (2015), The Roadside Museum, Basement Arts, Leeds (2015), Forget-Me-Knot, Pitzhanger Manor Gallery (2013), Tradition and the Passing Down of Culture, Pump House Gallery, (2013) We were Trying to Make Sense, 1 Shantiroad, Bangalore (2013) Collision, Nancy Victor Gallery, (2013) Jerwood Drawing Prize, Jerwood Gallery and touring, (2011) Paint, Beldham Gallery, Brunel University London (2010), Postcards from Dystopia, Nolias Gallery London (2009), The Mausoleum of Lost Objects, inIVA – Rivington Space, London (2008), The Redemptive Beauty of Life After Death, The Bonnington Gallery Nottingham (2007) and Creative Connections, Whitechapel Gallery (2005). In addition to her studio practice she has works as an artist-educator at Tate Modern giving gallery talks to adults and young people since 2000. Her recent projects include a large-scale mural on a Lancashire Mill with the arts organsation Idle Women, 2016. She lives and works in London.

Medium: Blood and Acrylic on paper

Dimensions: 21 x 19 x 3.75cm


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