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Neha Vedpathak: Many moons, same sky

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Neha Vedpathak

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This new full-color limited-edition gallery publication includes images of the work, installation views at the gallery, and artist studio views, as well as new essays about Vedpathak’s work written by Taylor Renee Aldridge, Juana Williams, and Timothy van Laar.  Published in connection with the artist’s first solo exhibition at the gallery “Many moons, same sky.”

Limited Edition Gallery Book
Published by: SIMONE DESOUSA GALLERY, October 2019
Book: 9 1/2″ x 7 1/2″
Pages: 40
Photos: 23
Essays by Taylor Renee Aldridge, Juana Williams, and Timothy van Laar
Neha Vedpathak (b. 1982, Pune, India) is an interdisciplinary artist known for her rigorous and inventive process-based practice. Vedpathak has been an invited artist-in-residence at Skopelos Foundation for the Arts, Greece, Bharat Bhavan Graphic Studio, India, Anderson Ranch Art Center, Colorado, CAMAC, France and Fountainhead Residency, Miami. Vedpathak’s works have been shown at ASU Art Museum, The Weatherspoon Museum, The Poetry Foundation, and the Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA) among other local and national institutions and galleries. Her work has been recently acquired for the permanent collection of the Detroit Institute of Arts.

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This new full-color limited-edition gallery publication includes images of the work, installation views at the gallery, and artist studio views, as well as new essays about Vedpathak’s work written by Taylor Renee Aldridge, Juana Williams, and Timothy van Laar.  Published in connection with the artist’s first solo exhibition at the gallery “Many moons, same sky.”

Limited Edition Gallery Book
Published by: SIMONE DESOUSA GALLERY, October 2019
Book: 9 1/2″ x 7 1/2″
Pages: 40
Photos: 23
Essays by Taylor Renee Aldridge, Juana Williams, and Timothy van Laar
Neha Vedpathak (b. 1982, Pune, India) is an interdisciplinary artist known for her rigorous and inventive process-based practice. Vedpathak has been an invited artist-in-residence at Skopelos Foundation for the Arts, Greece, Bharat Bhavan Graphic Studio, India, Anderson Ranch Art Center, Colorado, CAMAC, France and Fountainhead Residency, Miami. Vedpathak’s works have been shown at ASU Art Museum, The Weatherspoon Museum, The Poetry Foundation, and the Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA) among other local and national institutions and galleries. Her work has been recently acquired for the permanent collection of the Detroit Institute of Arts.