Mixed Media Works
Kill or Cure, Wolfson College, Cambridge
Kill or Cure aims to discover and explore how the natural world has informed, inspired, and transformed the medical sciences: how plants, animals, natural substances and resources can be either lethal or life-giving. At the boundary of art and science, the exhibition is designed to stimulate discussion and debate, showcase exceptional art and ideas, and explore the relationship between art, modern medicine, and the natural world.
Works in Encaustic
By Anna M. Dempster
ArtSpace 5-7, Cambridge
International Art Museum of America
Gurpran Rau | ephemeris JULY 10-31, 2018 On Level 1 at IAMA, the #tendergold Gallery presents a FREE EXHIBITION of the established international artist, Gurpran Rau. With a nomadic life and artistic career that spans India, France and the Bay Area, this NEA awarded artist's work deals with cosmology and the origin, structure and space-time relationships of the universe, where suns, moons, skies and stars all play a significant role.
Clare Hall, Cambridge
Regular art exhibitions have been held at Clare Hall since its very beginning in the late 1960s
The exhibition is described here
Paul Mahder Gallery
Gurpran Rau, New paintings
Ann Wolff, Glass Sculptures and Pastel Drawings
Cambridge Conversations in Translation
One of my artworks was chosen as the logo for Cambridge Conversations in Translation at CRASSH, University of Cambridge, UK
Paul Mahder 7th Annual Holiday Party and Group Exhibition
From top left: Corinne Whitaker, Yisrael Feldsott, Jack Wright, David Baughan, Patrick Duegaw, Richard Bolingbroke, Gary Edward Blum, Omar d’Leon, Jesse Clark, Otto Aguilar, Michael Markowitz, Hans Burkhardt, Oscar Camilo de las Flores, Patrick Graham, Carlos Gomez, Elena Zolotnitsky, Kotomi Lemi Yoda with Jacqueline McKinny, Rodger Roundy, Sara Dykstra, Nikolai Atanassov, Kevan Jenson, Cynthia Jarvis, Gurpran Rau
(other artists not shown) Ernest Ely, Paul Mahder
SF Open Studios
Friday October 22nd, Reception 7-9 pm
Saturday October 23rd from 11-6
Sunday October 23rd from 11-6
Fort Mason Bldg C #370,
SOMArts Bay Gallery
634 Brannan Street, San Francisco
Opening reception, Sunday, October 3
Opus Arts Gallery
Florence Biennale, December 109, 2007
The Florence Biennale is an international contemporary art exhibition held every two years in the historic Fortezza da Basso, Firenze, Italy.
Details from book cover design, Routledge Publishers
Q. Can you contextualise the cover image and explain why you chose it?
The image is a reproduction of a mixed-media work by the transnational artist Gurpran Rau. She has 'translated' her memories of the countries she has lived in through images, colour and words, and we thought this was a fitting visual representation for our book.
From an interview with the editors linked here
Translation and Multimodality: Beyond Words
One of my artworks was chosen as a book cover for the book Translation and Multimodality (published by Routledge Publishers)
Santa Monica Art Studios
December 3, 2005
Review by Clifford Johnson, Discover magazine (Link here)
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