Person Shows :
Shridharani Gallery Delhi , 1975 ; Rabindra Bhavan Gallery Delhi , 1979 ; Gallery Arts 38 London , 1979 ; Jehangir Gallery Bombay , 1980, ‘82, ‘84 ; City Hall Gallery Ottawa, 1981 ; Chapter Gallery Cardiff , 1982 ; October Gallery London , 1984, 1988, 1997 ; Ethnographic Museum Stockholm , 1984 ; All llery , Ottawa `O
Museum Copenhagen, 1984 ; Art Heritage Delhi , 1985, ’88 ;
Cymroza Gallery Bombay , 1985, ’89, ’94, ’98
eritage Delhi ;
Collins Gallery Glasgow(touring exhibition in U.K.) 1991 ; Rabindra
Bhavan Gallery Delhi , 1993 ; Sakshi Gallery Bombay , 1996 ; and
Bangalore ; Arks Gallery London , 1997; Fine Art Resources Berlin ,
1998; Foundation for Indian Artist Galerie Amsterdam , 1998; CIMA
Gallery Calcutta , 1999; Bose Pacia Gallery New York , 1999; Academy
of Fine Arts and Literature Delhi , 2001; Cymroza Gallery Mumbai ,
2002; Indigo Blue Gallery, Singapore, 2005.
in group shows of paintings, graphics and drawings since 1974.
Participated in first Indo-Greek Cultural Symposium and group shows
in Athens and Delfi, 1984; Participated in group shows of Indian
painters sent by National Gallery of Modern Art Delhi to Fukuoka
Museum, Japan, 1984 and ’85; Participated in First Baghdad
Biennele, 1986, Cuba Biennele, 1986 Algiers Biennele; Bharat Bhavan
Print Biennele 1986.
Asked to put together exhibition of
Women Artists for Festival of India USSR, 1987, and visited Moscow.
Invited to China to visit museums and art institutions, 1991. Invited
by USIS to tour 7 cities in the United States, 1992. Participated
(and invited by Max Mueller Bhavan) to ‘Encounter’,
parallel to Kassel Documenta, 1992. Selected for Osaka Print
Triennele, 1994. Participated in Asian Art Show, Hiroshima Museum
Japan, 1994; Group show in Saytama Museum Japan and Glenbarra Museum
Japan. Participated in exhibition ‘Imagined City’ at
Museums of Modern Art in Brasilia, Sao Paolo and Rio de Jenairo,
1994-95; Noma Book Exhibition, Tokyo, 1995; Indian Women Artists,
U.K., 1995; Indian Women Artists, National Gallery of Modern Art
Delhi (Cocurated by Gayatri Sinha & Gallery Escape), 1997;
curated exhibitions ‘Still Life’, ‘Landscape’
and ‘Image of Women’ by Sakshi Gallery Bombay; Bradford
Museum Exhibition, 1997; CIMA Gallery Calcutta, 1997-98; ‘Tryst
with Destiny’ at Singapore Museum of Modern Art, 1997. ‘Gift
for India’, Sahmat Delhi; Executed large installation in Kassel
for Project Gruppe Stoffweschel, 1997; Rotunda Gallery Hongkong,
1998; Indo-Austrian group shows in Austria and National Gallery of
Modern Art Delhi and Bombay 1998; Art Forum Gallery Singapore and
Australia 2000; Indian contemporary art shows in Los Angeles,
Singapore and San Francisco 2001; Smithsonian Washington 2001; Asian
Art Museum, San Franscisco, 2007; Museum of Modern Art in Singapore,
2007, and Seoul 2008; Ueno Royal Museum Tokyo (through Tao Gallery).
Executed two large murals for India
International Trade Fair, New Delhi, 1981.
Indian Mural on ‘Environment’ with German artist Sonke
Nissen in Delhi 2000, (non commercial) and on ‘Time’ in
Hamburg, Germany, 2000. 5 non-commercial murals on Environment in
public spaces in Bangalore. (non-commercial).
Gallery of Modern Art Delhi, Chandigarh, Bhopal and Mumbai;
Ethnographic Museum Stockholm; Kunstmuseum Dusseldorf; Bradford
Museum; Victoria and Albert Museum, U.K.; Glenbarra Museum Japan;
Hiroshima Museum of Modern Art Japan; Singapore Museum of Modern Art;
Deutche Bank Bombay; Rockefeller Collection, New York; Museum of
Contemporary Art, Los Angeles.
All India Fine Arts Society Award 1985. Received Research Grant from
Lalit Kala Akademi for painting in Garhi Studio Delhi 1984-85.
Commendation Certificate in Algiers Biennele. VI Treinnele India Gold
Medal for Painting, 1986. On Jury of National Exhibition, 1989. On
Jury of Republic Day Pageants 1990, '91, '92. Nominated Eminent
Artist by Lalit Kala Akademi. On the Purchase Committee of National
Gallery of Modern Art, 1991-92. On Selection Committee of Republic
Day pageants for Ministry of Defence, Govt. of India, 1995–98
. On Advisory Committee of National Gallery of Modern Art Delhi,
Lalit Kala Academy and Sahitya Kala Parishad 2001.
in the first ‘Nature and Environment’ International
workshop organized by Lalit Kala Academy, Max Mueller Bhavan and
Japan Foundation, 1995.
by Hiroshima Museum to execute a large work for its permanent
collection on the occasion of the 50th
Anniversary of the Holocaust, 1995.
Filmed by BBC, Star TV / Doordarshan, Stockholm TV, CNN Hongkong, Canadian TV. Work featured in several books on contemporary Indian art and Who’s Who’. Pocket book by Roli, published in 2001. Founder Member and Secretary General of Academy of Fine Arts and Literature.
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