New Work

Ranjani Shettar

March 21-July 07, 2009

Bangalore-based artist Ranjani Shettar has recently gained considerable international recognition for her sculpture. Using both modern technologies and traditional Indian craft techniques, she creates environments that are as stunning as they are sensual. This exhibition — the first presentation of Shettar's work on the West Coast — includes a sculpture exhibited in SFMOMA's Rooftop Garden, as well as a pair of site-specific installations and a group of woodcut prints.

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The New Work series is organized by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and is generously supported by Collectors Forum, the founding patron of the series. Major funding is also provided by Martha and Bruce Atwater, the Mimi and Peter Haas Fund, Robin Wright and Ian Reeves, and John and Ali Walecka.

Media support provided by San Francisco magazine.

  • Shettar, installation shot of abstract hanging sculptures
    Ranjani Shettar, Sing Along, 2008-9; Courtesy the artist and Talwar Gallery, New York/New Delhi; Ranjani Shettar; photo: Ian Reeves Photography
  • Ranjani Shettar, woven sculptures on ground
    Ranjani Shettar, Me, no, not me, buy me, eat me, wear me, have me, me, no, not me, 2006-7; Collection SFMOMA, purchased through the Accessions Committee Fund and a gift of Alka and Ravin Agrawal; Ranjani Shettar; photo: courtesy the artist and Deepak Talwar Gallery, New York/New Delhi