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Group Show

June 25 – August 15, 2015

Mizu Iro Light Blue, 2015, aluminum, dye, resin, urethane, 36 x 36 inches
Every Breaking Wave (2), 2014, acrylic and pen on canvas, 55.4 x 66.3 inches
Gamelatron Segitiga in Bronze, 72 x 76 x 20 inches
Lets Take a Break, 2013, stainless steel made razor blades, stainless steel sheet, and water, 64 x 28 x 18.5 inches/163 x 72 x 47 cm
Untitled, 2012, ink and pigment on paper, 29.5 x 21.7 inches
Expedition, 2014, oil on linen, 50 x 55 inches/127 x 139.7 cm
Surya V, 2010, ink and dye on paper, 55 x 39 inches
Marine Iguana, Galápagos, Ecuador, 2004, gelatin silver print, 68 x 50 inches/172.7 x 127 cm
Cliff, 2012, natural, acrylic pigments on Japanese mulberry paper, 102 x 71 9/16 inches/259 x 182 cm
The First Day, 2009, oil on canvas, 60 x 48 inches
Amazon, 2014, acrylic and fabric on wood, 40 x 24 inches

About This Exhibition



Miya Ando | Kamolpan Chotvichai | Tom Doyle | Golnaz Fathi | Taylor Kuffner | Tayeba Begum Lipi | Judith Murray | Sohan Qadri | Sebastião Salgado | Hiroshi Senju | Joan Vennum | Robert Yasuda

For the first time at Sundaram Tagore New York, we will be showing work by noted Bangladesh-born artist Tayeba Begum Lipi, whose work was recently on view in No Country: Contemporary Art for South and Southeast Asia at the Guggenheim Museum.

Work by Lipi, along with selected artists from this show, is also on view in Frontiers Reimagined, a collateral event of the Venice Biennale, organized by Sundaram Tagore and Tagore Foundation International. The exhibition is on view until November 22 at the Museo di Palazzo Grimani. Visit for more information.

artnet Asks: Bangladeshi Artist Tayeba Begum Lipi August 2015

Artnet talks with Bangladesh-born artist Tayeba Begum Lipi, whose work highlights the violence against women in her country, while also showcasing their fortitude.

Tayeba Begum Lipi Wields Razor Blades to Address Violence Against Women August 2015

By fusing intimate subject matter with aggressive materiality, Tayeba Begum Lipi reflects on the personal and political perils of a stifling society.

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