Artist Statement: "The tree of life, signifying creation, the connectivity between all forms of life, the destruction as well as resurgence of life. This represents the plight of the Asian elephant. We must help this majestic species and in doing so maintain the chain – The Corridor of Life - the fine balance that connects all species on this planet."


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Since founding his design studio in 1990 Tarun Tahiliani’s distinctive signature has evolved as a fusion of textile detail, refined luxury, and meticulous tailoring. Creating couture, diffusion and prêt-a-porter which are Indian in their sensibility, yet international in their appeal.

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Airavat, 2018
Lot Number 16
Acrylic paint, metal, and varnish
57 x 59 x 33 in (144.78 x 149.86 x 83.82 cm)
Estimate $18,400
Ends Mar 22 at 1:00pm ET
3Days Remaining
$9,000 USD
4 bids
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  • Dimensions
    57 x 59 x 33 in (144.78 x 149.86 x 83.82 cm)