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SUBODH GUPTA (b. 1964)

 
Magic Wands is a 2004-2005 creation by India’s most renowned contemporary artist, Subodh Gupta.  The work seamlessly blends a sculptural approach with an installation art aesthetic to create a statement on his heritage and universal themes.  Since Gupta’s first installation in 1996, “Twenty-nine Mornings,” the artist has been driven to incorporate daily, utilitarian objects into his work.  Bicycles, wands, pans all play heavily in the work of Gupta.  
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<br>Gupta’s work often reflects the economic transformations in India- and provides a view into the lives of those whose lives are changed by the rise of the country as a global economic power.  Gupta is widely collected as the pre-eminent Indian Contemporary artist.  His work is included in the permanent collections of the MFA Houston and Victoria and Albert Museum, London, among many others. Magic Wands is a 2004-2005 creation by India’s most renowned contemporary artist, Subodh Gupta.  The work seamlessly blends a sculptural approach with an installation art aesthetic to create a statement on his heritage and universal themes.  Since Gupta’s first installation in 1996, “Twenty-nine Mornings,” the artist has been driven to incorporate daily, utilitarian objects into his work.  Bicycles, wands, pans all play heavily in the work of Gupta.  
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<br>Gupta’s work often reflects the economic transformations in India- and provides a view into the lives of those whose lives are changed by the rise of the country as a global economic power.  Gupta is widely collected as the pre-eminent Indian Contemporary artist.  His work is included in the permanent collections of the MFA Houston and Victoria and Albert Museum, London, among many others. Magic Wands is a 2004-2005 creation by India’s most renowned contemporary artist, Subodh Gupta.  The work seamlessly blends a sculptural approach with an installation art aesthetic to create a statement on his heritage and universal themes.  Since Gupta’s first installation in 1996, “Twenty-nine Mornings,” the artist has been driven to incorporate daily, utilitarian objects into his work.  Bicycles, wands, pans all play heavily in the work of Gupta.  
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<br>Gupta’s work often reflects the economic transformations in India- and provides a view into the lives of those whose lives are changed by the rise of the country as a global economic power.  Gupta is widely collected as the pre-eminent Indian Contemporary artist.  His work is included in the permanent collections of the MFA Houston and Victoria and Albert Museum, London, among many others. Magic Wands is a 2004-2005 creation by India’s most renowned contemporary artist, Subodh Gupta.  The work seamlessly blends a sculptural approach with an installation art aesthetic to create a statement on his heritage and universal themes.  Since Gupta’s first installation in 1996, “Twenty-nine Mornings,” the artist has been driven to incorporate daily, utilitarian objects into his work.  Bicycles, wands, pans all play heavily in the work of Gupta.  
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<br>Gupta’s work often reflects the economic transformations in India- and provides a view into the lives of those whose lives are changed by the rise of the country as a global economic power.  Gupta is widely collected as the pre-eminent Indian Contemporary artist.  His work is included in the permanent collections of the MFA Houston and Victoria and Albert Museum, London, among many others. Magic Wands is a 2004-2005 creation by India’s most renowned contemporary artist, Subodh Gupta.  The work seamlessly blends a sculptural approach with an installation art aesthetic to create a statement on his heritage and universal themes.  Since Gupta’s first installation in 1996, “Twenty-nine Mornings,” the artist has been driven to incorporate daily, utilitarian objects into his work.  Bicycles, wands, pans all play heavily in the work of Gupta.  
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<br>Gupta’s work often reflects the economic transformations in India- and provides a view into the lives of those whose lives are changed by the rise of the country as a global economic power.  Gupta is widely collected as the pre-eminent Indian Contemporary artist.  His work is included in the permanent collections of the MFA Houston and Victoria and Albert Museum, London, among many others.
Magic Wands 62004-200562 x 1 7/8 x 1 7/8 in. chrome-plated aluminum

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Magic Wands is a 2004-2005 creation by India’s most renowned contemporary artist, Subodh Gupta. The work seamlessly blends a sculptural approach with an installation art aesthetic to create a statement on his heritage and universal themes. Since Gupta’s first installation in 1996, “Twenty-nine Mornings,” the artist has been driven to incorporate daily, utilitarian objects into his work. Bicycles, wands, pans all play heavily in the work of Gupta.

Gupta’s work often reflects the economic transformations in India- and provides a view into the lives of those whose lives are changed by the rise of the country as a global economic power. Gupta is widely collected as the pre-eminent Indian Contemporary artist. His work is included in the permanent collections of the MFA Houston and Victoria and Albert Museum, London, among many others.
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