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Artist Statement: "I named my elephant after a garden located in the city of Lucknow, India. It was built by the last Nawab of Oudh as a summer residence. The name of the villa signifies “Garden of Sikandar”, perhaps after Alexander the Great. The elephant is strong and definitive symbolised by the black background and the contemporary chintz floral pattern signifies the softer gentler side of elephants. It is also a symbol of what India has had to offer the world of design for centuries. The chintz pattern originated in India and gained popularity in Europe in the 17th century."

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Payal Singhal is a leading South Asian fashion house established in 1999. Singhal designs for the quality and design conscious who value and appreciate the art of fashion. The ‘Payal Singhal’ signature look is contemporary Indian clothing and translates effortlessly from Indian to Global. Born in Mumbai, Payal produced her first award winning couture look at the age of 15. After completing her design degree at SNDT, Mumbai and The Parsons School of Design and F.I.T, New York Payal launched her label with a flagship store in Mumbai. Singhal’s line is available at www.payalsinghal.com , retail and online stores across the world.

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Sikander Bagh, 2018
Lot Number 28
Fiberglass and acrylic sculpture
145 x 150 x 85 cm (57.09 x 59.06 x 33.46 in)
Unique

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Payal Singhal
Sikander Bagh
  • Dimensions
    145 x 150 x 85 cm (57.09 x 59.06 x 33.46 in)