21 x 18 “Acrylic & airbrush with resin on canvas
Anjani Khanna

Anjani makes quirky oftentimes large, figurative work. She says, «My «yalis», as I refer to my sculpture, begin to live for me and tell their stories in their living. Their stories reflect my search as I negotiate life.»

Anjani studied ceramics with Ray Meeker at the Golden Bridge Pottery in Pondicherry, and has also worked with Ray Finch at the Winchcombe Pottery in the UK. Anjani has participated in art-ist-in-residence programs in the US, Europe, China and in India. She is a recipient of a senior fellowship from the Government of India and grants from the India Foundation for the Arts.

Her work has been exhibited in India and abroad and is part of the permanent collection at the International Ceramics Museum in Fuping, China. Most recently Anjani has been elected member of the International Academy of Ceramics. She writes on the Arts and has a degree in Natural Sciences from the University of Cambridge, UK. She works at her studio in Alibag, across the Mumbai harbour.

Ceramic Specrtum – Untitled 2
Ceramic Specrtum – Untitled 1
21 January 2016 - 21 February 2016
The artists in the Ceramic Spectrum 2016 have varied approaches to clay — the basic material of all ceramic production. While some develop the vessel form, others explore new ideas. The inspiration, content and the context within which they locate themselves are wide-rang-ing, reflecting their individual aesthetic concerns.