Atul Bhalla has explored the physical, historical, and political significance of water in the urban environment of New Delhi through artworks that incorporate sculpture, painting, installation, video, photography, and performance. His recent solo shows include ‘You always step into the same river' Sepai EYE New York 2015, 'On the edge' and 'Ya ki kuch aur', Vadehra Art Gallery, New Delhi 2011 and 2014 respectively. Water Works, Grossman Gallery. Lafayette College. Easton. PA. USA. Curation- Donna Gustafsson 2011 Recent group exhibitions have brought his work to Sepia International in New York, The Pompidou center, Paris, the IVAM Institute of Modern Art in Valencia, and the Devi Art Foundation in New Delhi. He is has shown his photographic work ‘Yamuna walk’ within 'Other and me' Sharjah Art Museum, Sharjah 2014 and with 'Walk On' From Richard Long to Janet Cardiff - 40 years of art-walking, curated by Cynthia Morrison-Bell, at NGCA Sunderland, UK. More at : www.atulbhalla.com
Physical, historical, and political significance of water in the urban environment through artworks that incorporate sculpture, painting, installation, video, photography, and performance.
The Artists Body, The Photographic Image ,Film and the Photographic Image , Art and Ecology.