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Artist Schandra Singh is a first generation American born in New York to immigrant parents. She is the daughter of Anand Singh, an Indian Maharaja and Gisa Singh, an Austrian model. Born in 1977 in New York, Schandra Singh secured a Masters in Fine Arts from the Yale University School of Art in 2006. Prior to this, she had completed a BFA Hons from Rhode Island School of Design in 1999.

The artist uses the medium of oil and gauche to talk about present socio-political realities. Her style is varied. At times, the work blending of imagery: towers into people, roses into founding fathers. At other times the work is a pure expression of a situation. As an artist with a mixed cultural heritage from India and Austria, Schaandra Singh uses the storytelling mode of Indian miniature painting juxtaposed with inspirations of neo-expressionism.

Schandra Singh has had solo exhibitions in New York, Geneva and Berlin. Her works have been a part of prestigious group exhibitions cross the world.

She lives and works in New York.

 

Education

M.F.A. Yale University School of Art , New Haven, CT, USA. ( 2006 )

B.F.A. Hons. Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI, USA (1999 )

 

Solo Exhibitions

“ God Don’t Like Ugly”, Thomas Erben Gallery, New York, USA (2015 )

“ Candide” , Nature Morte, Berlin, Germany (2011)

“ If I am Immune to it, I Don’t Deserve to be Here’, Bose Pacia, New York, USA ( 2010 )

“ Age of Anxiety”, Volta NY, Galerie Bertrand & Gruner , New York, USA ( 2009 )

“The Sun is Not Ridiculous “, Galerie Bertrand & Gruner, Geneva, Switzerland ( 2008 )

“ Around and Around 1,000 Times  “, RARE, New York, NY, USA ( 2007 )

 

Selected Group Exhibitions

 

"In Politics We Trust" Boffo project, Gavin Brown Enterprise, New York, USA(2016 )

"In the Name of the Honour", Christes, London, England "Paint as Figure", Thomas Erben, New York, USA ( 2013 )

New South Asia", Thomas Erben, New York, USA "The Phenomanal World" Curated by Peter Nagy, Otto Zoo, Milan ( 2012 )

"Deep in the Mind", Paradox Gallery, Singapore "Portraits: Cabinet de Curiosites", Galerie Sebestian Bertrand, Geneva, Switzerland ( 2011 )

Art Basel Miami Beach, Nature Morte / Bose Pacia, Miami, USA "The Silk Road", Saatchi Gallery in Lille, Lille 3000, Lille, France Art Basel 41, Nature Morte / Bose Pacia, Basel, Switzerland "The Empire Strikes Back: Indian Art Today", Saatchi Gallery, London, UK ( 2010 )

"India Xianzai", MOCA Shanghai, Shanghai, China "Summer Group Show", Galerie Bertrand & Gruner, Geneva, Switzerland ( 2009 )

Holiday Show", Baumgartner Gallery, New York, NY, USA "Artist Show", Baumgartner Gallery, New York, NY, USA "Summer Show 2006", Baumgartner Gallery, New York, NY, USA "Thesis M.F.A. Exhibition", Yale University School of Art Gallery, USA ( 2006 0

"2ND Year Exhibition", Yale University School of Art Gallery, USA "Works on Paper Exhibition", Yale University School of Art Gallery, USA ( 2005 )

"Opening Exhibition", Yale University School of Art Gallery, USA 9 2004 )

Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton, New York, NY, USA ( 2003 )

Cycle de Vie", Black Box Studio, Los Angeles, CA, USA ( 2002 )

 

Bibliography

 

Cheryl Brumley, What are the economics of art? The Economist, March Alex Hawgood, Beach Babes, Vogue, June (2017 )

Carl Swanson, 9/11 Survivor Schandra Singh on Painting Everyone Who Died That Day, New York Magazine, September

ShaillJhaveri, A Fractured Peace : Artist Schandra Singh speaks with designer ShaillJhaveri, Asymptote Magazine, September (2016 )

 

Huma Bhabha, Jason Fox, Ellen Gallagher, Greg Tate,"God Don't Like Ugly", Thomas Erben, New York  Sarah Bolwell, Asian Art, SchandraSingh : God Don't Like Ugly at Thomas Erben Gallery Huzan Tata, Verve Magazine, Holiday on Canvas, January (2015)

 

Scott Rosenburg, This American Life, NPR RozalieJovanic, BLOUIN ART INFO, How Many Artists.. Huffington Post Arts & Culture, How Many Artists..(2013)

Kimberly Chow, A Push for Culture, The Wall St. Journal, August 12 (20120

Art Quartet, Platform Magazine, January / Febuary Asian Contemporary Art Week, Asia Soceity, "Interview with Schandra Singh" http://www.acaw.info/?p=1207 (20110

Georgina Adam, The Art Newspaper, Art Basel Miami Beach daily edition The Silk Road, The Saatchi Gallery, Lille3000, Beaux Art, France If I'm Immune To It, I Don't Deserve To Be Here, The L Magazine, April Aparna Pednekar, Paradise Lost, Vogue India, April Geeta AlvaresMeneses, Art Miles, Libas International Anna Maria Debrina, Visions of India, New Statesman, February 11 Zehra Jumabhoy, The Empire Strikes Back: Indian Art Today, The Saatchi Gallery, London, UK(2010)

Alexander Keefe, "India Xianzai", Museum of Contemporary Art Shanghai, China (2009 )

Greg Tate, "The Sun is not Ridiculous", Galerie Bertrand & Gruner, Switzerland Tara Kilachand, Mint The Wall Street Journal, September 12 EJ Jacobs, "A Brave New World", Topcoat Magazine, Vol. 13 ( 2008 )

David Humphry, "Barrage NYC", Artillery Magazine, Los Angeles, CA Fall Preview: Powerhouse", V Magazine, New York, NY (2007 )

"Palimpsest", Yale Literary and Arts Magazine, 3rd Edition, New Haven, CT "Willy Bird", 2005 Selections from an Etching Series, Yale, New Haven, CT (2006)

Rhode Island School of Design Annual Publication, Providence, RI

 (2000)

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