Rashid Rana, ‘Ommatidia III (Shahrukh Khan)’, Christie's South Asian + Chinese

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London, Saatchi Gallery, The Empire Strikes Back: Indian Art Today, January - May, 2010

The Empire Strikes Back: Indian Art Today, exhibition catalogue, Saatchi Gallery, London, 2010, p. 26 (illustrated)

Rashid Rana, exhibition catalogue, Chatterjee & Lal, Mumbai, 2010, p. 58 (another from the edition illustrated)

Rashid Rana: Identical Views / Rashid Rana, exhibition catalogue, Nature Morte, Chatterjee & Lal & Bose Pacia, New Delhi, 2004, p. 27 (another from the edition illustrated)

Wedel Fine Art, London

About Rashid Rana

In his sculptures, installations, and photographs, Lahore-based artist Rashid Rana explores the impact of globalization and media on South Asian life and identity. Rana's large-scale photographs, which he describes as "unpacked abstraction," appear as non-representative, geometric compositions from afar but up close, they are revealed to comprise thousands of content-specific images. Similarly playing with the relationship between part and whole, semblance and reality, the artist's "Books" sculptures use pixelated prints on aluminum blocks to generate what looks like stacks of books.

Pakistani, b. 1968, Lahore, Pakistan, based in Lahore, Pakistan