13 Aug 2022

Vivek Vilasini

Vivek Vilasini

Vivek Vilasini, born in 1964, Kerala.

He is trained as a Marine Radio Officer from All India Marine College, Kochi and has a BA in Political Science from Kerala University, 1984. He studied and picked up sculptural practice from Traditional craftsmen of Kerala in late 80’s and has continued his art practice.
In his work Vilasini examines our existing social structures, adapting various expressions of cultural identity prevalent in society today to raise questions about the continually changing global scenario that every individual struggles to keep pace with.Vilasini’s large-format photographs evoke delicate ironies that address existing ideologies, and influence the cultural and social consciousness of the viewer.
  • A Compensation for What Has been Lost, curated by Johnny ML 2006.
  • Waging Peace, Curated by Claudia Flynn and Troy West, Hera Art Gallery, Rhode Island 2006.
  • Satyagraha: Indian and South African Artists, Curated by Jayaram Poduval, New Delhi & Dublin 2006.
  • The Reap Project, London 2005 .
  • Eternal Recurrence. Delhi. 2005.
  • Double Enders, Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore and Kochi 2005.
  • Samod Artist residency, Rajasthan. 2004.
  • Reclaiming the Lotus. Triveni, Delhi 2004.
  • I, Me, Myself. Kashi Art Gallery Kochi 2004 . Solitude.
  • Visual Arts Gallery. Habitat Center, Delhi and Artist Center, Bombay 2003 .
  • Everybody’s Space. Kashi Art Gallery Kochi 2002. Exhibition of Drawings, Dravidia Gallery, Kochi 2002 .
  • Solo Exhibition at Contemporary Art Gallery Lalit Kala Kochi 2001.
  • Sharjah Biennale 1999.
  • UAE Fine Arts Society Annual Exhibition at Sharjah Art Museum 1998 .
  • Alliance Francaise, Six Artist group. Dubai 1998 .
  • Sharjah Biennale 1997. Photographic Exhibtion. Sharjah Art Museum 1997 .
  • Six Artist group, Sharjah Art Museum. 1996. Alliance Francaise, Dubai.1996.
  • Works selected by M.F. Hussain at Vadhera Art Gallery and Rabindra Bhavan, Delhi 1991. Studio Art, New Delhi , December 2006.
  • Together & Apart | Sept 2021,  Studio Art | New Delhi
  • Studio Art – India Art Fair 2022
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Vivek Vilasini
“… and for those who sing their national anthem in somebody else’s mother tongue (after ‘Death of Socrates’ by Jacques Louis David)”
91 x 162 Inches
Digital Print on Canvas (Triptych)
Limited Edition: 3 (10 + 1 AP)
2021

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Artist – Vivek Vilasini
Title – Between one shore & several others
( after lady with the lamp by SL Haldhankar)
Medium – Archival Ink(K3)onArchivalCanvas
Size – 54 X 79 Inches
Year – 2013 | Artist proof AP

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91 x 162 Inches
Digital Print on canvas (Triptych)
Limited Edition 4/10 + AP
2021

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Vivek Vilasini
LAST SUPPER GAZA
K3 inks on archival canvas
52 x 143 7/8 in. (132 x 365.3 cm.)

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Vivek Vilasini
Metropia (diptych)

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Vivek Vilasini
kaleidoscope

Born 1964, Trishoor, Kerala. Trained as a Marine Radio Officer (All India Marine College, Kochi), 1984. BA Political Science, Kerala University, 1987. Studied Sculptural practices from Traditional Craftsmen. A Compensation for What Has been Lost, curated by Johnny ML 2006. Waging Peace, Curated by Claudia Flynn and Troy West, Hera Art Gallery, Rhode Island 2006. Satyagraha: Indian and South African Artists, Curated by Jayaram Poduval, New Delhi & Dublin 2006. The Reap Project, London 2005 . Eternal Recurrence. Delhi. 2005. Double Enders, Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore and Kochi 2005. Samod Artist residency, Rajasthan. 2004. Reclaiming the Lotus. Triveni, Delhi 2004. I, Me, Myself. Kashi Art Gallery Kochi 2004 . Solitude. Visual Arts Gallery. Habitat Center, Delhi and Artist Center, Bombay 2003 . Everybody’s Space. Kashi Art Gallery Kochi 2002. Exhibition of Drawings, Dravidia Gallery, Kochi 2002 . Solo Exhibition at Contemporary Art Gallery Lalit Kala Kochi 2001. Sharjah Biennale 1999. UAE Fine Arts Society Annual Exhibition at Sharjah Art Museum 1998 . Alliance Francaise, Six Artist group. Dubai 1998 . Sharjah Biennale 1997. Photographic Exhibtion. Sharjah Art Museum 1997 . Six Artist group, Sharjah Art Museum. 1996. Alliance Francaise, Dubai.1996. Works selected by M.F. Hussain at Vadhera Art Gallery and Rabindra Bhavan, Delhi 1991. Viart Gallery, December 2006.