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530 West 25th Street, New York, NY  Tue - Sat, 11am - 6pm
530 West 25th Street, New York, NY  Tue - Sat, 11am - 6pm
530 West 25th Street
Tue - Sat, 11am - 6pm
Saurabh Mohan
Digitally Represented Artist
Agora Gallery
530 West 25th StreetNew York,NY
Previous Artist
  • Deluge 4
Acrylic on Canvas
36" x 48" 
  • Resurrection 5
Acrylic on Canvas
40" x 45" 
  • Deluge 7
Acrylic on Canvas
40" x 47" 
  • Creation 4
Acrylic on Canvas
30" x 30" 
  • Excelsior 4
Acrylic on Canvas
48" x 48" 
  • Mystery 3
Acrylic on Canvas
48" x 36" 
  • Emergence 3
Acrylic on Canvas
19.5" x 29.5" 
  • Invocation
Acrylic on Canvas
40" x 30" 
  • Manthan 2
Acrylic on Canvas
54" x 54" 
  • Mystery 4
Acrylic on Canvas
36" x 48" 
  • Mystery 5
Acrylic on Canvas
40" x 45" 
  • Reflections 4
Acrylic on Canvas
37" x 21" 
  • Reflections 6
Acrylic on Canvas
36" x 48" 
  • Solitude
Acrylic on Canvas
40" x 30" 
  • Soulscape 7
Acrylic on Canvas
36" x 48" 
  • Subterranean
Acrylic on Canvas
34" x 44" 
  • Worship
Acrylic on Canvas
40" x 30" 
Next Artist
Saurabh Mohan

Saurabh Mohan’s take on abstraction doesn’t preclude the more figurative shapes that sometimes emerge in the course of realizing a painting. Those two perspectival tools — figure and ground — which the representational artist clings to, but which the abstract artist usually claims to have eschewed, are lucidly present in Mohan’s work. This doesn’t make his work any less abstract; rather, it enriches the tradition of abstraction to include unfamiliar elements.

It’s no surprise that so many of Mohan’s canvases are titled after terms that connote time. CreationEmergence, Resurrection, Anticipation — all of which suggest that there’s a sort of union between the time of the painting, as gradually realized by the artist, and the time of the viewer, who sees only the finished product. The majority of Mohan’s works invoke movement: the dynamism of creation, of waiting, to seeing a transcendental activity attained through the mundane labor of applying textured pigments onto canvas. In Mohan’s oeuvre, abstraction lands itself to a kind of community, guiding the viewer to witness how the perception of a painting emerges out of a particular creative process




Artists in this exhibition

Ewa | Sylke Singelmann | Saurabh Mohan | Rosana Largo Rodríguez | Perez Reiter | Cynthia Chace Gray | Yinon Shamshins | Shlomo Israeli | Mehdi Oveisi | Pia Sjölin | Florencia Zampieri | Marek Wasylewicz | Sylvain Boisjoly | Noriyoshi Morimoto | José Talamás Abularach | Ignatius | Nancy Holleran | Tina Louise Lambert | toNI Altenstrasser | Margret Carde | Ani Agassi | Deborah Helms | Ora Cohen | Flores Thierry | Jose Ramon Santiago | Sayumi Osanai | Hiroshi Wada (和田 浩志) | Clara de Bobes | R. Matheson | María Alejandra Ibáñez | Paris Gray | Iswanto Soerjanto | Zuzka Tarkosova | claracarat | Latoya Tidd | Christine Lückmann | Sergey Iakovlev (Яковлев) | Doofan Kwaghhool | Helena Zyryanova | Romaric Bonne | Mileidy Plata | Maribel Matthews | Nelya Akimova | Aaron Cristofaro | Crazy Rah Art aka Sarah Stott | Claudia Mini | Gordana Tomic | Alexander Ossipov (TOTUR) | RAN | Iva Milanova | Russell Jacobs | Attila Mata | Karen Kanas | Alex Nemirovsky | Rodrigo Paredes | Judy Ann Filipich | Akihito Izumi | Andrew Knox | Dan Aug | Irina Mauler | Alexey SAVART | Meir Raz | Marina Maltezou | Rine Philbin | Picasso Picasso | Sheetal Shaw | Akinori Ohtsuka | Fábio Salun | Hanan Levi | Miguel de la Cruz | Yotta | Patti Hodder | Satoco Yamamoto | Uriy Bykov | Amani Elbayoumi | Flávia Centrone | Mario España | Zie Otto | MrLou | Caroline Degroiselle | Blanca Severo | Anina E. Hathaway | Fariba Baghi | YoungHee Woo | Paul Kittlaus | Yu He | Luisa Vicente Isola

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