Artists from Japan, India, Poland and Great Britain worked in Cleveland UK in 1992/3 to study the River Tees and its links with people, community and industry. Published: 1st December 1993ISBN: 978-0-9521280-0-7Other Details: PaperbackMain Contributors: Takashi Ikezawa; Vivan Sundaram; Hanna Luczak; Graham Crowley
First as a painter and subsequently in large-scale conceptual installations, Vivan Sundaram‘s artistic practice has responded to contemporary politics with radical vanguardism. After graduating from the MS University, Baroda in 1965, Sundaram held a Commonwealth Fellowship for study at the Slade School, London between 1966-68, becoming politically active as a student and remaining so afterwards. Working primarily from Baroda in the 1970s, he participated in the Artists’ Protest Movement and was among a group of emerging artists advocating local concerns through a language of figurative narration.
Vivan's work is held in the Tees Valley Arts Collection.
Our Art Collection This page presents information regarding painter-conceptual installation artist Vivan Sundaram, whose work is held as part of the Tees Valley Arts Collection, accessioned by Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art into the Middlesbrough Collection. Vivan Sundaram About Vivan First as a painter and subsequently in large-scale conceptual installations, Vivan Sundaram‘s artistic practice has responded to contemporary politics […] READ MORE
Our Art Collection Since 1982 Tees Valley Arts has collected a large number of works of arts from eminent local artists and those further afield. As part of our move outside of custodian housing, Tees Valley Arts elected to donate its collection to Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art where it has become the Tees Valley […] READ MORE