Rashid Rana

Ommatidia II (Salman Khan)

Lot No
Digital c print on paper
30 x 31 in.
Rs. 4,00,000 - 6,00,000

Winning Bid

₹ 7,88,840

(Inclusive 15% margin)

additional information

Limited edition of 20

Exhibited & Published : The Empire Strikes Back: Indian Art Today, Saatchi Gallery, London, 2010 (another from the edition)

Rashid Rana: Identical Views, Nature Morte, New Delhi; Chatterjee and Lal, Mumbai; Bose Pacia, New York, 2004-05 (another from the edition)

Here and Now, The Arts Trust, Mumbai, 2010 (another from the edition)

Face East: Contemporary Asian Portraiture, Wedel Fine Art, London, 2008 (another from the edition)

Provenance : From an important Delhi based corporate collection, artwork was acquired by the present owner from Christie’s.

Artwork Size

Height of the figure - 6ft

about artist

Born in 1968 in Lahore, Pakistan, the talented artist has made a name for himself on the international art scene in a short span of time. Apart from studying at the National College of Art, Lahore, and receiving his M.F.A. from the Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, Rashid Rana also took lessons in fashion design in Paris. Among his selected solo shows are the ones at Nature Morte , New Delhi (2006); 'Identical Views', Philips Contemporary, Mumbai (2005); V.M. Gallery, Karachi, Pakistan and Nature Morte (2004); 'Non-Sense' , Rohtas Gallery, Islamabad, Pakistan (2000), and Zahoor ul Akhlaq Gallery, NCA ,Lahore (2000) apart from his participation in several prestigious group exhibitions internationally. Among the awards, grants and residencies he has won are HAT exchange program residency: Manchester Metropolitan University Manchester, UK (2006); International Artist of the Year Award in 2002-2003; SAVAC, and South Asian Visual Arts Collective, Toronto, Canada (2003). He has been on the Faculty at the School of Visual Arts, Beaconhouse National University. In works, which suggest a simultaneous exploration of media and identity bound by a political edge, he satirizes pop culture. The artist divides his time between Lahore and Toronto.