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Naresh Suna

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Naresh Suna did his Bachelor of Visual Art (BVA) from Govt, College of Art and Crafts, Khallikote, Ganjam, Odisha and M.F.A. in Painting from, S.N. School of Arts, Hyderabad Central University. M. Phil. in Visual Arts...

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Naresh Suna did his Bachelor of Visual Art (BVA) from Govt, College of Art and Crafts, Khallikote, Ganjam, Odisha and M.F.A. in Painting from, S.N. School of Arts, Hyderabad Central University. M. Phil. in Visual Arts from, School of Arts and Aesthetic, Jawaharlal Nehru University and Pursuing Ph.D. in Visual Arts from, School of Arts and Aesthetic, Jawaharlal Nehru University. He is from Malpada, dist: Balangir, Odisha. His artworks are mainly based on Caste Based Alienation and SOCIAL EXCLUSION. Naresh looks into incidents in his region where whole settlements of ‘lower’ caste communities of a village were burned and destroyed. “ASH BLANKET” is a symbolic form of brutality that becomes a visual language, as he points out towards oppression through destruction of not just shelter but hope of education / occupation, and their culture.

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    Naresh Suna did his Bachelor of Visual Art (BVA) from Govt, College of Art and Crafts, Khallikote, Ganjam, Odisha and M.F.A. in Painting from, S.N. School of Arts, Hyderabad Central University. M. Phil. in Visual Arts from, School of Arts and Aesthetic, Jawaharlal Nehru University and Pursuing Ph.D. in Visual Arts from, School of Arts and Aesthetic, Jawaharlal Nehru University. He is from Malpada, dist: Balangir, Odisha. His artworks are mainly based on Caste Based Alienation and SOCIAL EXCLUSION. Naresh looks into incidents in his region where whole settlements of ‘lower’ caste communities of a village were burned and destroyed. “ASH BLANKET” is a symbolic form of brutality that becomes a visual language, as he points out towards oppression through destruction of not just shelter but hope of education / occupation, and their culture.

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