Pleated Ying, Folded Yang

₹ 10,000,000,000(exclusive of taxes)

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Size - 15ft x 5ft x 8ft 
Medium - White And Black Polypropylene, Hand-Folded, Black And White Rope

This artwork is accompanied by an
Authenticity Certificate

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Ankon Mitra

He is a trained architect and practices as a sculptor / installation artist. He has built an international reputation as a pioneer of the folding technique through his diverse projects. Recipient of the All-India Gold Medal for Sculpture from the Prafulla Dahanukar Foundation in 2018 and the Lexus Design Award for Craft Design in 2020, his work has been exhibited in India, Italy, France, UK, USA, UAE, Japan, Singapore, the Netherlands, Brazil and China. He is a member of the British Origami Society, Origami USA, and the Sculpture Network in Europe. His work was showcased at the Arte Laguna in Venice the CODA Museum in Apeldoorn, The Netherlands and the Shanghai Paper Art Biennale in 2021. His sculptures and installations are part of public developments and private collections (outdoor as well as indoor) globally. A TEDx speaker and a warrior for 'making connections across disciplines' with his brainchild - 'Oritecture - Origami + Architecture', Mitra shares a unique vision of a universe forming and dissolving from acts of folding. He teaches the folding technique extensively across schools of Design, Architecture and Engineering in India and abroad, hoping to expose the next generation of thinkers to the endless possibilities of folding. He passionately believes in the two maxims - Geometry Aims at the Eternal (Plato), and The Universe is Mathematics (Max Tegmark).


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