“Noticing the minute level of detail in Jatinder’s work is often one of the viewer’s first responses. Jatinder works using a brush sourced from Rajasthan, northern India. The size of the hand tool means that each work takes a substantial amount of time to complete, often months. However, it is this slow, meditative process that Jatinder enjoys. For most of his work, he utilises natural stone pigments imported from the same region alongside precious materials, including gold leaf.“ — Laurie Barron
Growing Long, Growing Deep is the first publication dedicated to the practice of British Indian Sikh artist Jatinder Singh Durhailay (b.1988, London, United Kingdom). Jatinder Singh Durhailay’s work is part of international public and private collections, including The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (Canada) and The Museum of Art & Photography Bengaluru (India). This publication features a specially commissioned essay by Laurie Barron.