Ice Jungle
Ice Jungle
Ice Jungle

Ice Jungle

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Suchitra Mattai
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Ice Jungle, Suchitra Mattai, Denver

British newspaper clipping, vintage plate, gouache on wood,

16in x 16in

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Artist Bio:

Suchitra Mattai, originally from Guyana, received an MFA in painting and drawing and an MA in South Asian art, both from the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. Her work has been exhibited in New York City, Sharjah, Denver, Austin, Philadelphia, Washington, DC, Minneapolis, London, and Wales and has appeared in various on-line and print publications such as Document Journal, Cultured Magazine, Wallpaper, Artnet, Entropy Magazine, The Daily Serving, and New American Paintings, and will be in a forthcoming book, “A Collection of Contemporary Women’s Voices on Guyana,” (Grace Anezia Ali, Brill Press). Recent and upcoming exhibitions include commissioned works for the Sharjah Biennial 14, the Denver Art Museum, and the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, solo exhibitions at the Center for Visual Arts, Metropolitan State University of Denver (Denver, CO), K Contemporary Art (Denver, CO) and GrayDuck Gallery (Austin, TX) as well as group exhibitions with Pen and Brush, Inc. (New York, NY) the Lancaster Museum of Art and History (Lancaster, CA) the Center on Contemporary Art Seattle (Seattle, WA), and a travelling exhibition with the Museum of the Americas, (Washington, DC). She recently completed a residency at RedLine Contemporary Art, and was nominated for a United States Artist Grant.

Artist Bio:

Suchitra Mattai, originally from Guyana, received an MFA in painting and drawing and an MA in South Asian art, both from the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. Her work has been exhibited in New York City, Sharjah, Denver, Austin, Philadelphia, Washington, DC, Minneapolis, London, and Wales and has appeared in various on-line and print publications such as Document Journal, Cultured Magazine, Wallpaper, Artnet, Entropy Magazine, The Daily Serving, and New American Paintings, and will be in a forthcoming book, “A Collection of Contemporary Women’s Voices on Guyana,” (Grace Anezia Ali, Brill Press). Recent and upcoming exhibitions include commissioned works for the Sharjah Biennial 14, the Denver Art Museum, and the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, solo exhibitions at the Center for Visual Arts, Metropolitan State University of Denver (Denver, CO), K Contemporary Art (Denver, CO) and GrayDuck Gallery (Austin, TX) as well as group exhibitions with Pen and Brush, Inc. (New York, NY) the Lancaster Museum of Art and History (Lancaster, CA) the Center on Contemporary Art Seattle (Seattle, WA), and a travelling exhibition with the Museum of the Americas, (Washington, DC). She recently completed a residency at RedLine Contemporary Art, and was nominated for a United States Artist Grant.