Neeta Madahar received her MFA from the Museum School at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts in 2003. As a British citizen of Indian descent who has lived and worked in the U.S., Madahar constantly refers to themes of migration and transition throughout her work.

Neeta Madahar’s photography and film practice explores the beauty and unexpected drama found in familiar surroundings. Madahar represents the physical world in unusual ways enabling the viewer to immerse themselves in the acute details.

Madahar was selected for the Recontres d’Arles Photography Festival, France in 2004 and exhibits at Purdy Hicks Gallery, London and Howard Yezerski Gallery, Boston.

TITLE: Scape
YEAR: 2007
IMAGE DIMENSIONS: W 115 cm x H 90 cm (Diptch)
SUBSTRATE DIMENSIONS: W 115 cm x H 90 cm (Diptych)
MEDIUM: Pigmented Inkjet Print
SUBSTRATE: Hahnemuhle Photo Rag
PRICE: £2000


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