INDERJEET SAHDEV (B. 1938) Folding. Free-form... - Lot 111 - Art Research Paris

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INDERJEET SAHDEV (B. 1938) Folding. Free-form... - Lot 111 - Art Research Paris
INDERJEET SAHDEV (B. 1938) Folding. Free-form folded copper leaf with medal patina. Signed, dated 08. Unique piece Riveted on a painted wooden base. A folding. Free-form folded copper leaf with medal patina. Signed and dated 08. Unique pièce. Riveted on a painted wooden base. H 31 x L 24 cm - H 12 1/4 x W in 9 1/2. Biography : Between 1956 and 1960, Inderjeet Sahdev studied painting, sculpture and graphic arts at the Art College of New Delhi, graduating with a national diploma in sculpture. Founding member of the "Inconnus" group of painters and sculptors. Inderjeet Sahdev received several awards in the 1960s, including the Special Jury Prize from the All India Fine Arts Society and the "National Prize" from the Lalit Kala Academy in 1962. Since I960, he has taken part in several group exhibitions, at the All India Fine Arts Society and the Lalit Kala Academy national exhibitions, as well as all the "Unknown" group exhibitions. In 1963, he was awarded a scholarship by the French government and went on to work in the studio of Colla Marini and Henri Adam at the Ecole des Beaux-arts de Paris, where he was awarded a prize with honors. Following his return to India, he began teaching at the Arts College in New Delhi. In 1966, Inderjeet Sahdev emigrated to Canada, where he took part in the Montreal Sculpture Symposium. In 1981, Inderjeet Sahdev moved to Paris. In 1983, he took part in "Sculptures d'expression", an event organized by the Musée des Monuments Nationaux. In 1999, he was guest of honor at the XXth Salon des Artistes in Rueil-Malmaison, France. Indian exhibitions between 1960 and 1965: "The Unknown" group exhibitions. Fine Arts society, Amritsar, India All India fine Arts Society, New Delhi. Shridharini gallery, New Delhi Shilpi chakra gallery, New Delhi Lalit kala Academy, New Delhi Canadian exhibitions 1966-1981 : Expo67, Pavillon de Jeuness Moos Gallery, Montreal Whitney Gallery, Montreal First Biennale of Quebec Artists, Montreal Terre des homes, Montreal Saint Lambert Cultural Center, Montreal Corridart (SAPQ), Montreal Quebec Pavilion "Man and his World", Montreal Center culturel de Longueuil, Longueuil Gallery 93, Ottawa Windsor Art Gallery, Windsor Chatam Art Gallery, Chatam Picture Loan Gallery, Toronto Alternative center for international Arts, New York Asifs gallery, New York Keen gallery, New York Humber University, Toront Sherbrook University, Sherbrook French exhibitions between 1981 and 2014: Expression Sculpture, Musée National des Monuments France, Paris Galerie la' Gard, Paris Galerie du Cygne, Paris Galerie L' enseigne du Cerceau, Paris
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