zaterdag 4 april 2009

Kiron Khosla




Kiron Khosla’s paintings revive a loose collage aesthetic of appropriation in which perspectives are jumbled and narrative readings thwarted by the amusing inclusion of familiar iconography pilfered from art-historical greats East and West, recomposed on his canvases along with stripes, handwritten texts, vegetation, flowers and abstract shapes. Historical and mythical figures lifted wholesale from other works wander in improbable directions, heading nowhere or bound to cross paths.
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