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Vivek Mathew’s tryst with photography began with a simple thought – capturing the brilliance of a moment. Doing what he does best, Vivek today, has travelled the world and experienced the essence of life, through his camera lenses. And it is an addiction he never wants to get over.



Having completed his … Read More
Vivek Mathew’s tryst with photography began with a simple thought – capturing the brilliance of a moment. Doing what he does best, Vivek today, has travelled the world and experienced the essence of life, through his camera lenses. And it is an addiction he never wants to get over.



Having completed his education at Asia’s top notch institution – The Light and Life Academy, Ooty – Vivek has gone on to bring life into Fine Art, Architecture, Travel, Nature, People and Interiors, through his photography. Considered as one of the “Young and Unusual” photographers of today by the India Today Magazine, he has also been featured in prestigious publications – The

Times Journal of Photography, Time Out, Design Today, Better Interiors, National Geographic Traveller India, Forbes India, Smart Photography, Bangalore Mag, The Times of India, Femina, Classic Imaging and Women's Wear Daily -New York





Adding perspective to his works are his exhibitions, which have brought to light several aspects of daily life. I.Opener in 2005 at the ‘Renaissance Gallerie’ focused on subjects ranging from still life to portraits to exteriors, as Waterborne in 2007 at ‘Industree’, experimented with ripples, reflections and patterns. His third exhibition at ‘Sublime’, UB City in 2011 – Canvas wall – was inspired by the rustic and the crude. His fourth exhibition, Perfect Imperfections, in February 2015 at the ‘Art of Delight’ dealt with nature and man-made pattern. His fifth and the most recent show, Yesterday Once More, in March 2017 at ‘Venkatappa Art Gallery’ was an array of architectural windows, chronicling time and stories, from different cities.

Vivek has also been a part of several commercial projects and ad campaigns, the most prominent one being that of Bangalore Traffic Police’s “Don’t Drink and Drive” initiative. Manipal Education, First Flight, Lenovo, Volvo, The Leela Hotel, Home Solutions, Shell, Vimal, Bosch, Thought Works, Nikon, Wrigleys, Tata Global Beverages, Ubuntu, Indus Strong Steel, Minster, Thann, Ceebros, VR Bengaluru,Aranyani, Chancery Hotel and Belmonte, are a few of his other commercial endeavours to be named.



In his enthusiasm towards the art of photography in itself, he has also contributed to two coffee table books – The Laidlaw Memorial High School, Ketti, Nilgris, for their 100 years and Best of Bangalore Vol .2 Innovation Edition.

His pictures have also been appreciated, alongside various other artists in several group exhibitions such as;

Bangalore Photography Festival – in April 2007 - Leela Galleria, Bangalore

Shoot Out at Ranga Shankara - a part of the Theatre Festival at
Ranga Shankara in October 2007, Bangalore - Curated by photographer, Pallon Daruwala

Behind the Lens – in February 2009 at Mahua Art Gallery, Bangalore – Curated by Ajay Rajgarhia

Wide Angle - in October 2009 – Aliiance Franciase, Delhi

Streets – in January 2010 at Venkatappa Art Gallery, Bangalore – Curated by Lina Vincent and Fiza Ishaq

Pressure to Globalize - in April 2011, Page Turners, Bangalore – Curated by Mahesh Bhat

The Festive Spirit - in October 2013 - Galerie De'Arts, Bangalore

Urbanscapes - August 2014, at 1 MG Road Mall by Galerie De Arts – Curated by Deepa Subramanian and Franck Barthelemy

The Many Faces of India – February 2015, at 1 MG Road Mall by Galerie De Arts, Bangalore

Photo Exhibition Fundraiser- April 2015, at Art Of Delight by Aarogya Seva

Whitefield Art Collective – February 2016, at VR Bengaluru by Art Chutney

Small and Beautiful – December 2016, at Art Houz, Bangalore

Happiness For Sale – December 2016, at Galerie De Arts, Bangalore



His works are also currently on display at:
Galerie De Arts, Bangalore
Time and Space Gallery, Bangalore
Yep Art, Bangalore
Wonderwall, Delhi Read Less
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