Skip links

K S Radhakrishnan

Kerala, India

K.S. Radhakrishnan is one of the most notable among the new generation of sculptors who has successfully brought about a definitive resurgence in Indian sculpture. Like many of his contemporaries he is a figurative sculptor, but his preference for modeling and bronze casting over new materials sets him apart from the rest of them. Recharging age-old sculptural process with a new sensibility, thus is the singular challenge he brings to modern Indian sculpture. And this makes him a modernist – who approaches his work with discernable ambition and considerable aplomb while steering clear of brinkmanship.   With celebration of sensuality as one of its running themes, his works is at once both intimate and universal in its appeal. A personal commemorative sculpture, with a scale and presence that holds well in natural settings, his work has found permanent home in a number of public collections all over the world. (Prof. R. Siva Kumar, Santiniketan)   Radhakrishnan was born (1956) in Kerala. He took to painting inspired of uncle P.N. Narayanan Kutty and worked till 1973. Later he completed his Bachelor of Fine Arts and Master of Fine Arts in sculpture from Visva Bharti University at Santiniketan. He was exhibited all across the country and international. His sculptures are in reputed collections across the globe. He is the recipient of several prestigious awards.   He lives and works in Delhi / Santiniketan.

ARTWORKS

Liminal Stance
Bronze with Patina 13" x 8" x 8" Each
Shunya Buddha
Bronze 50" x 36" x 30"
Song of the Road
Bronze 24" x 15" x 19"
Ramp
Bronze 30" x 9" x 19.5"
Untitled
Bronze 109" x 144" x 18"
Return to top of page