Floodlight was set up to promote the patronage and appreciation of the visual arts. While acting as a platform for young and emerging artists, Floodlight also intends to build art awareness and appreciation among collectors and broaden the base of art connoisseurship. As India’s foremost patron of new artistic commissions, projects and exhibitions in public spaces, our main drive is to increase the average person’s engagement with the arts and to make art a part of everyday life. With PUBLICA, our flagship initiative, the foundation has created bespoke art works that have been displayed in around Delhi

Arun Kumar

The project is a collaboration between Artreach India and Floodlight Foundation for PUBLICA.

Lucas Munoz

A trained product designer, he shows his love and respect for the materials, through keeping original elements in tact, lending a deliberate rawness to the finished object.

Brookhart Jonquil

Using unusual and highly aestheticized construction materials, Jonquil mines the histories of postwar abstract sculpture and scientific imagery.

The Lake Twins

Phoebe and Lydia make drawings, films and text based works centring on mirrored identity and an apparent psychological bond between themselves

Jeremy Hutchison

Often operating in sites of production and consumption, Hutchison’s work is a response to the specific material conditions that he encounters: institutional, commercial, civic or bureaucratic.

Owais Husain

Husain creates visually textured works that both reference his roots in a traditional Indian figurative style and embody his constant pursuit to evolve and contemporize that iconography.

Arun Kumar

The project is a collaboration between Artreach India and Floodlight Foundation for PUBLICA.

Lucas Munoz

A trained product designer, he shows his love and respect for the materials, through keeping original elements in tact, lending a deliberate rawness to the finished object.

Brookhart Jonquil

Using unusual and highly aestheticized construction materials, Jonquil mines the histories of postwar abstract sculpture and scientific imagery.

The Lake Twins

Phoebe and Lydia make drawings, films and text based works centring on mirrored identity and an apparent psychological bond between themselves

Jeremy Hutchison

Often operating in sites of production and consumption, Hutchison’s work is a response to the specific material conditions that he encounters: institutional, commercial, civic or bureaucratic.

Krishna Murari

He has participated in various group shows all over the country since 1990 and has been the recipient of a number of awards including the Gold Medal in 2002.

Gigi Scaria

The installation ‘Who directs whom?’ is an attempt to understand the urban psyche in connection with the modern concept of time and its influence on social behavior.

Sandip Pisalkar

In Pisalkar’s work culture-specific objects, which in  today’s times are labelled as history, are re-presented within a different  context, “re-mixed” and integrated into our contemporary lives

Owais Husain

Husain creates visually textured works that both reference his roots in a traditional Indian figurative style and embody his constant pursuit to evolve and contemporize that iconography.

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