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Artist Statement: "The elephant is considered the architect of the jungle who facilitates the impossible in the forest and around. The elephant takes pride in carrying the animal world. He shares the responsibility of others too who are also endangered - deer, leopard, tiger, bear and so on and so forth. My design represents the burden of uncertainties shown by millions of tiny animals and birds on a giant elephant in its miniature format."

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Veer Munshi was born in Kashmir and studied fine arts at M.S.University Baroda. He lives and practices in Delhi and has seventeen solo shows to his credit in Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Perth, Edinburgh and Geneva - through his varied medium of expressions.

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Me And My Million Voices, 2018
Lot Number 3
Fiberglass and acrylic sculpture
145 x 150 x 85 cm (57.09 x 59.06 x 33.46 in)
Unique

Online bidding for this work ended on July 18, 2018 at 12:00pm ET.

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Veer Munshi
Me And My Million Voices
  • Dimensions
    145 x 150 x 85 cm (57.09 x 59.06 x 33.46 in)