Raghava KK, named by CNN as one of the 10 most remarkable people of 2010, is a multidisciplinary artist and storyteller whose work is shown in galleries and museums around the world. Having quit formal education at the age of 18 to start his career as a newspaper cartoonist, Raghava is today considered one of India’s most successful young artists, who applies his artistic practice beyond the gallery space. He is actively involved in a radical education initiative, NuVu Studios, an offshoot of Harvard and MIT, to redefine creativity in education. His lectures, including 4 TED talks, are known for inspiring his audiences to expand their socially and psychologically settled selves using art.
On show in Mumbai is his latest series of artworks, Sublime Machines, 2018, in which he imagines scientific reality as a source of the sublime, reinvesting the sphere of science with emotion and human intent.
We will have the opportunity to meet, listen and talk to the artist Raghava KK in person during this gallery visit.
At the end of the Indus year, please join us for our last ART event to meet this young Indian artist for a ‘far view into the future’!