Dr. Krishna Kumari Challa
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  • Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh
  • India
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Welcome, Dr. Krishna Kumari Challa! Art from science

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What language do you speak? 你通曉哪些語言?
English & Others
Where are you located? 你的居住地區?
Hyderabad, India
Art medium or relation 藝術體裁或联系:
Painting/繪畫
About Me 個人簡介:
I am a Ph.D. in Microbiology. An artist too. Just started an on line art gallery http://www.kkartfromscience.com & http://www.artlab.ning.com
Portfolio Website 作品網站:
http://www.kkartfromscience.com
How did you hear about us? 你如何知道我們?
A friend has told me about this site
I am a Ph.D. in Microbiology. An artist too. I specialize in art from science. I am also doing research in art. I created a network for all art related people http://www.artlab.ning.com

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My Research Paper on Science-Art Interactions in Asia

Posted on August 1, 2012 at 9:47pm 0 Comments

My Research Paper on Science-Art Interactions in Asia

I am doing research to write a white paper for the Leonardo SEAD science- art journal titled "Science-art interactions in Asia with particular reference to India ". My abstract has already been accepted and I got the go ahead to do research and write the paper.

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At 9:27pm on May 26, 2009, Xia Han Qiang said…
Press Release

Khiang H. Hei – Zero
May 29 – June 28, 2009
Opening Reception: Friday, May 29, 6 – 9 PM
Gallery Hours: Wednesday - Sunday 11 – 6, Monday and Tuesday by appointment

Christopher Henry Gallery is honored to present “Zero,” a solo exhibition by photographer Khiang Hei commemorating the 20 year anniversary of the Tiananmen Square uprising. Hei’s photographs tell the story of humanity and the struggle for freedom in a society of censorship.

The title ‘Zero’ refers to the number of search results found in Google China commemorating the June 4th incident at Tiananmen Square. Historically Tiananmen Square had seen its share of protests before 1989, including a rather significant uprising 90 years ago on May 4th in which the student revolt led to drastic changes in the political and intellectual landscape. What made the1989 uprising unique among the many others throughout the square’s history was its broadcast around the world and its subsequent censorship.

Hei, a Cambodian photo student in Beijing at the time, was present from the beginning on April 15th when a small civilian gathering took place around Monument to the People's Heroes to mourn the reformer Hu Yaobang. As a student himself, Hei was more than just a journalistic voyeur at an historic event, he was an impassioned observer. His ability to capture the intensity of the moment as it grew from a student to a national movement is evident in the iconic images captured throughout its duration.

As the numbers swelled within a month to over 100,000, it began to spread from students to workers to civilians. Hei’s phot ographs capture that infectious spirit of Liberty in the square as even children began to join in the activities. As the crowds grew the communal spirit of the gathering took on a darker tone, leading the Chinese government to declare Martial Law. On June 4th, 1989 tensions boiled over as violence broke out as the Chinese military attempted to clear the square resulting in the June 4th massacre. The bright light of Liberty was extinguished by the dark cloud of an oppressive, authoritarian regime. What started out as a documentation of ideals turned into a nightmare of crushed hopes and dreams.

Christopher Henry Gallery
127 Elizabeth Street NY, NY 10013
Tel: 212.244.6004
Email: ch@christopherhenrygallery.com
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2009 will mark the 20th anniversary of the student protest for reform/freedom in Tiananmen Square that ended with military crackdown.

http://tiananmen.ning.com
http://www.amnestyusa.org/iar/TiananmenActionGuideFINAL.pdf
http://www.amnestyusa.org/iar/TiananmenPoems.pdf
http://presenttense.us/artists/
At 10:02pm on March 2, 2009, Xia Han Qiang said…
Dr. Krishna,

Your paintings are as beautiful as you are.
I find it to be amazing that you can cure people and make such a set of beautiful paintings. Thank you for sharing.
At 6:30pm on February 8, 2009, 张涛 said…
ok!
 
 
 

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