Subodh Gupta Written by Marica on May 31, 2007. Posted in Art Very Hungry God by Subodh Gupta at Sequence 1, Palazzo Grassi, Venice, until 11.11.2007… go shuffle / go to archives / go home Tags: Art, exhibition, skulls, Subodh Gupta http://yahoo.co.in shad hi………….subodh ji………i heard abt u lot…..i saw ur work so many time where i feel a qualitiy in ur work & vishalta….sory 4 english ……yes ..i was telling abt ur work……..i feel also pureity or chamak …….bikul wese jese jab hum bhitar se khush hote hai usi trha n one thing more that is, shayed …….apka dil bhi apke kam ki trha bohot bda hoga…….esa me feel kiya…..so let see h is big :-) ………shad Elle Barbara, how can you say that? Gupta has to be one of the most insperational artists of the 21st century! The way he can turn something you wouldn’t look twice at into a masterpeice like this is something to be proud of as a fellow human. This man has transformed the way that i look at art, and no doubt hundreds more too. So next time you look at it, look beyond the skull and bits of old metal to the miracal that is this creation, don’t be blinded by the blinkers that you have been given, take them off and see it your way. Elle Barbara Sri Gupta, A skull says,”Death”to me, and so it is a displeasing image. But your Very Hungry God is truly dynamic. It has shown me there can be life in skulls, so thank you for helping me see. Barbara Mariarosa Marcantonio Opera magnifica…! Sarei interessata a conoscere in maniera approfondita l’ opera My Mother and Me. Geniale…Mariarosa. izhar alam nice work but waist time .. Abhishek Tongia Art is Timeless. So no waste of time in any form of art. This is fantabalous installation by Subodh !… well done !