Indian conceptual artist Sudarshan Shetty unveiled a new series of sculptures and installations, especially created for the exhibition, at Galerie Templon in Brussels. Born in 1961 in Mangalore, Sudarshan Shetty is known for his enigmatic sculptural installations, often featuring moving parts. He is one of the most innovative members of the generation of contemporary Indian artists who have carved out a place for themselves on the international scene. Other members include Subodh Gupta, Bharti Kher and Jitish Kallat. Sudarshan Shetty creates poetic constructions which both question the merging of Indian and Western traditions and explore domestic issues. The exhibition of Sudarshan Shetty turns the gallery into a home. It deploys an installation of hybrid crockery: the Indian-produced china vases and plates have been broken and put back together with fragments of teak, a wood

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