Karen Knorr’s India Song Series at the Museum of Art & Photography (MAP), Bengaluru
The Museum of Art & Photography (MAP), Bengaluru, is delighted to announce the inclusion of Karen Knorr as a member of the Museum’s Founding Circle, and the addition of her works from the India Song series to the collection.
In addition, Knorr has donated her limited edition artworks from the same series to MAP, to help raise funds for the Museum’s activities. These will now be available with MAP for sale to those who wish to acquire these works for a very reasonable price. We are deeply grateful to Karen for gifting her precious works to the Museum and for becoming an integral part of the MAP family.
Knorr’s works are held in over 30 collections across the world including The Victoria & Albert Museum, London, The Tate, London, The Museum of Modern Art, Paris, The San Francisco Museum of Art, USA, and now the Museum of Art & Photography (MAP), Bengaluru, India. Born in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, raised in San Juan, Puerto Rico and studied in Paris and London, Knorr is currently based in London and is the Professor of Photography at the University for the Creative Arts in Farnham, Surrey. She has also lectured internationally at institutions including The University of Westminster, Goldsmiths College, Harvard University and The Art Institute of Chicago. She continues to produce work on her various trips through Asia and from her studio in London.
Transmigrations Opens 20 October at Cromwell Place, London
Booking is now open for Karen Knorr’s solo exhibition ‘Transmigrations’ at 4 Cromwell Place in London. In her first one-artist show in the UK since her Tate Britain exhibition ‘Belgravia and Gentlemen’ in 2014, Augusta Edwards Fine Art will be featuring a selection of Knorr’s recent and past large-scale colour work including India Song, Monogatari and Fables.