Kya Miya

₹ 500,000(exclusive of taxes)

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Details :
Size - 48" x 60"
Medium - Acrylic on Canvas

This artwork is accompanied by an
Authenticity Certificate

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Sayam Bharath Yadav

Sayam Bharath Yadav, Born on 26 jan 1977 Hyderabad, initially taught by shri Thota Vaikuntam, is a National Awardee(56 National Exhibition of Art 2014-15). Completed MFA from S.N School of FineArts, Hyderabad Central University,2002-2004. BFA from Sri Venkateshwara College of FineArts, Osmania University Hyderabad.Junior Fellowship, Ministry of Culture, Govt. of India, 2010-2012 and received numerous other awards and recognition in India. Participated in several group shows in India and abroad such as Imago Mundi by United Colours of Benetton, Venice Biennale Arts 2013, and others. For Bharath the animal is a cherished form which gets reflected in iridescent shades and emotional trances in his work. At times the animal becomes the carrier of his personal feelings and at other times the medium through which he ponders and presents dialogues on the processes of the world and society. Regardless of the role it plays, the bull is very much present in the works, strong and sturdy, meek and innocent, animal and human at the same time.


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