Suresh Dutt

 

Concept and composition in glass. Exploring the distribution and division of form, space and light to define structure and perspective. Utilizing complex geometries to expose abstract qualities such as containment and suspension.
Process, translation and colour control form an integral part of the work. Producing structures in combinations of hand blown, cast and architectural  glass in two and three dimensional form. Works include unique sculptural compositions to limited production concepts for both commissions and prototyping.

Born 1974 - UK

Education
2007-2009 Royal College of Art
 MPhil by Project, Ceramics & Glass
1997-2000 Buckinghamshire Chilterns University College
 BA (Hons) Ceramics & Glass

Awards
2007 Artist Development Programme, HAPPEN
2005 Artist International Fellowship, Arts Council England/Visiting Arts
2005 SOFA New York Research Award,  Crafts Council &UKTI
2005  Japan Research Award,  Crafts Council, British Council & UKTI
2004 Princes Trust Business Award
2003 Art of the Kiln Award, presented by Adrian Sassoon.
2002 Next Move Award, Crafts Council
 

Selected Exhibitions
2007 Preston Manor, Brighton & Hove Museums Collection.
2007 'Collect' ,Crafts Council, Victoria & Albert Museum,
2006 'Take Me Home' Contemporary Applied Arts. London
2006 ‘21st Century Showcase’ Solo exhibition, Manchester Art Gallery. Manchester
2005 ‘Surface Structure Shape’ Axis Gallery, Tokyo
2005 ‘21st Century British Glass’ ,Daniel Katz Gallery. London, presented by Dan Klein Associates
2004 'Contemporary Glass' Blackwell. Bowness-on Windermere.
2004 'Lustre' Tullie House Museum & Art Gallery. Carlisle
2004 ‘Sensitive Touch’, Museo de Arte en Vidrio de Alcorcon, Madrid

Commissions
2005 UKTI - CNBC Special Recognition Award. Delhi.
Presented by the Rt Hon Tony Blair PM to the CEO of Tata Counsultancy Services.

Public Collections
Block A TR2, British High Commission, Delhi. India             
Double Skin Stripe BC, Museo de Arte en Vidrio de Alcorcon, Spain          
Double Skin FLZ,  Atkinson Art Gallery, Merseyside, UK
Device TR1, Hove Museum & Art Gallery,  Hove, UK

 

 

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