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Visions From India

The exhibition “Transforming Vision” includes some of the most prominent Indian artists working today, with all forty works coming from the Pizzuti Collection. All of the works featured share an active interest in our world, dealing with themes such as religion, the environment, colonialism, and technology. In addition to the Pizzuti Collection, “Visions from India” also features an important survey of the work of Francis Newton Souza from the from the Rajadhyaksha Collection in the exhibition “The Progressive Master”.

Housed in an historic building located in the Short North Arts District of Columbus, Ohio, the Pizzuti Collection is a non-profit organization presenting temporary exhibitions of contemporary art. The collection has seasonal changing exhibitions that are drawn from the collection, as well as educational programs, lectures, artist talks, and special events throughout the year. With all of the art coming from the family collection, the Pizzuti Collection feels like more of a collection that belongs to the community than an organization.

Here, we present works from the Pizzuti Collection’s exhibition “Visions From India”.

AVINASH VEERARAGHAVAN, Orpheus. Courtesy the artist and GALLERYSKE
AVINASH VEERARAGHAVAN, Orpheus. Courtesy the artist and GALLERYSKE
Installation view of The Pizzuti Collection
Installation view of The Pizzuti Collection
KP REJI, Untitled. Courtesy the artist and Tilton Gallery, New York
KP REJI, Untitled. Courtesy the artist and Tilton Gallery, New York
BARI KUMAR, Salve
BARI KUMAR, Salve
REENA SAINI KALLAT, Xylophone II. Courtesy the artist and Tilton Gallery, New York
REENA SAINI KALLAT, Xylophone II. Courtesy the artist and Tilton Gallery, New York
SUDARSHAN SHETTY, Untitled (Pot). Courtesy the artist and Tilton Gallery, New York
SUDARSHAN SHETTY, Untitled (Pot). Courtesy the artist and Tilton Gallery, New York
ANISH KAPOOR, Untitled. Courtesy the artist and Gladstone Gallery, New York and Brussels. © the artist
ANISH KAPOOR, Untitled. Courtesy the artist and Gladstone Gallery, New York and Brussels. © the artist
ALWAR BALASUBRAMANIAM, Self in Progress. Courtesy Talwar Gallery. © the artist
ALWAR BALASUBRAMANIAM, Self in Progress. Courtesy Talwar Gallery. © the artist
ASTHA BUTAIL, That Which Moves and Moves Not. Courtesy the artist and GALLERYSKE
ASTHA BUTAIL, That Which Moves and Moves Not. Courtesy the artist and GALLERYSKE
Installation view of The Pizzuti Collection
Installation view of The Pizzuti Collection
SUDARSHAN SHETTY, Untitled (Taj Mahal). Courtesy the artist and GALLERYSKE
SUDARSHAN SHETTY, Untitled (Taj Mahal). Courtesy the artist and GALLERYSKE
SHEILA MAKHIJANI, Déjà Vu. Courtesy Talwar Gallery. © the artist
SHEILA MAKHIJANI, Déjà Vu. Courtesy Talwar Gallery. © the artist
SHEILA MAKHIJANI, After a Long Time. Courtesy Talwar Gallery. © the artist
SHEILA MAKHIJANI, After a Long Time. Courtesy Talwar Gallery. © the artist
SHEILA MAKHIJANI, What!. Courtesy Talwar Gallery. © the artist
SHEILA MAKHIJANI, What!. Courtesy Talwar Gallery. © the artist
SHEILA MAKHIJANI, So Much for Now. Courtesy Talwar Gallery. © the artist
SHEILA MAKHIJANI, So Much for Now. Courtesy Talwar Gallery. © the artist
KRISHNARAJ CHONAT, Belly. Courtesy the artist and Tilton Gallery, New York
KRISHNARAJ CHONAT, Belly. Courtesy the artist and Tilton Gallery, New York

The Pizzuti Collection is featured in the Art Guide.