DEVANG ANGLAY

Born 1973, in Ahmedabad

M.F.A. Sculpture, Faculty of Fine Arts, Maharaja Saiyajirao University, Baroda (1999)
B.F.A. Sculpture, Faculty of Fine Arts, Maharaja Saiyajirao University, Baroda (1997)

Lives and works in Ahmedabad, India.

Select Solo Exhibitions

2002 GARB AGE, Contemporary Art gallery, Ahmedabad

Select Group Exhibitions

2008 Nature of the city, Religare Arts Initiative, New Delhi
2006 Panchmarhi Camps I & II, LANXESS ABS Gallery, Baroda
2003 Gallery Om, New Delhi
AURACLE, a process based installation artwork, KCA, Ahmedabad
2002 Voices against Violence, Dept. of Fine Arts gallery, M.S. University, Baroda, Gujarat
Images on Images, Kanoria Centre for Arts, Ahmedabad
2001 Art for Prabhat, Society of Child Development, New Delhi,
Arpana Fine Arts Gallery
1997 Fifty years of Independence, Dept. of Fine Arts Gallery, Baroda, Gujarat

Fellowships and Residencies

1998-2000 Junior Research Fellowship, Dept. of Culture (H.R.D.)
2002 Studio Space at the Kanoria Centre for Arts, Ahmedabad
Chautauqua Summer Schools Program, Chautauqua School of Arts, Chautauqua, New York
2007 Artist's Residency at the Vermont Studio Center, Vermont, U.S.A.
Artist's Residency at 'Sandarbh', Partapur, Rajasthan


JAYASHREE CHAKRAVARTY

Born 1956, Khoai, Tripura

Artist in residence at Ecole d' Art, Aix-en-Provence, France (1992-1995)
Post Graduate Diploma from M.S.University, Baroda (1980)
Fine Arts from the Viswa Bharati University, Santiniketan (1978)

Lives and works in Kolkata, India

Select Solo Exhibitions

2009 The Wind Whispers, Aicon Gallery, London
2007 Drawing Centre, SoHo, USA
Where the Sand Meets the Sky, Bodhi Art Gallery, New York, USA
2006 In The Very Face Of The Time, Galerie 88, Kolkata
2004 Bose Pacia Gallery, New York, USA
Memory Record, Gallery Chemould, Mumbai
2003 Route Map Of Experience; Vadehra Art Gallery
2000 Thoughts Ricochet, Vadhera Art Gallery, New Delhi, India
1999 Cima,Calcutta, India
1998 The Drawing Centre, New York, USA
1997 Gallery 7, Mumbai
1995 Ecole d' Art, Aix-en-Provence, France
1994 Chitrakoot Art Gallery, Calcutta
1992 Sakshi Gallery, Mumbai; Sakshi Gallery, Madras
Gallery 7, Mumbai
Gallery Espace, New Delhi
1990 Chitrakoot Art Gallery, Calcutta
1989 Art Heritage, New Delhi
1983 Academy of Fine Arts, Calcutta
1982 Urja Art Gallery, Baroda


Select Group Exhibitions

2009 Threshold: Forging Narratives in South Asian Contemporary Art, Aicon Gallery, New York
2008 Baroda: A Tale of Two Cities, (Part I), Sarjan Art Gallery, Vadodara
Mapping Memories – 2, Painted Travelogues of Bali and Burma, Gallery Threshold, New Delhi
Of Personal Narratives And Journeys, Bodhi Art, Gurgaon
Tales, Reflection and Constructs, Galerie 88, Kolkata
Excavations: Memory, Myth, Membrane, Art Musings, Mumbai
New Narratives: Contemporary Art from India, Curated by Betty Seid, Salina Art Center Kansas
2007 New narratives: Contemporary Art from India, Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago USA
Here and Now, Young Voices From India, Grosvenor Vadehra, London
2005 The Artist Lives and Works in Baroda/Bombay/Calcutta/Mysore/Rotterdam/Trivandrum, by Galerie Mirchandani+Steinrucke, House of World Cultures, Berlin
2004 Asian Art Museum, San Francisco
Stree, Bodhi Art, Singapore
2003 Crossing Generations: Di Verge Forty years of Gallery Chemould- an exhibition spanning four generations of Indian artists, curated by Geeta Kapur and Chaitanya Sambarani, at The National Gallery of Modern Art, Mumbai
2002 Perspecta, (by Galerie88 Kolkata), Sponsored by UBS at Rossi & Rossi Gallery, London
Secular Practice; Recent Art from India, organized by Hoopoe Curatorial, Optica, Montreal and Vancouver, Canada
2001 New Works, Galerie88, Kolkata
Tramjatra, public art event organised by RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia
Moving Ideas, A Contemporary Dialogue With India, Hoopoe curatorial, Montreal
2000 A Global View, - Indian Artists At Home in the World, curated by Bernhard Steinrucke, The Fine Art Resource, Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai.
1998 Multimedia-Art of the 90s, Cima Gallery, Calcutta
Group Show, Gallery Espace, New Delhi
Two Person Show, Nature Morte, New Delhi
Two Person Show, Apparao Gallery, Madras
Contemporary Indian Art, National Council for Cultural Arts & Letters- Al-Funoon Gallery, Dhahiat Abdullah Al Salem, Kuwait
The Looking Glass Self, Lakeeren Gallery, Mumbai
1997 Colors of Independence, National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi
Tryst with Destiny-Art from Modern India, Singapore Art Museum, Singapore
Summer Show, Academy of Fine Art and Culture, New Delhi
Asian Art Biennial, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Ninth Triennial-India, Lalit Kala Akademi, Rabindra Bhavan, New Delhi
Major Trends in Indian Art, New Delhi
Fire & Life, organized by Asia Pacific at IMA, Brisbane, Canberra
Women Artists of India: A Celebration of Independence, Mills College Art Gallery, Oakland
Group Show, Sydney
Gouache & Contemporary Painting, Gallery Art Motif, New Delhi
The Looking Glass Self – An Exhibition of Self Images, Lakeeren Gallery, Mumbai
1996 Group Show, curated by Pranab Ranjan Ray, Art Today, New Delhi
Highlights, curated by CIMA Gallery at Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai
Fire & Life, an international artists exchange residency between India & Australia
Two Person Show, Galerie 88, Calcutta
1995 Water Colours – A Broader Spectrum-1, Gallery Chemould, Mumbai
1992 Subjective Eye, Sakshi Gallery, Mumbai
1991 Journey within Landscape, Sakshi Gallery, Mumbai
1990 Indian Contemporary Artists, organized by MICA, Melbourne
Art Mosaic, Calcutta, Mumbai, New Delhi
Gadhya Parva Exhibition, Gallery Chemould, Mumbai
1989 Two Person Show organized by Indian Art Council at Horizon Gallery, UK
Group Show, Holland
Group Show, Chemould, Calcutta
Chitrakoot Art Gallery, Calcutta
1988 Group Show, Birla Academy of Art & Culture, Calcutta
Group Show, Indian Council of Cultural Relations
Summer Show, Art Heritage, New Delhi
Summer Show, Chitrakoot Art Gallery, Calcutta
1987 Chitrakala, Group Show, Stockholm, Lund, organized by Festival of India and Kulturhuset, Sweden
1984-82-80 National Exhibition, Birla Academy of Art & Culture, Calcutta

Awards and Scholarships

1997 Honorable Mention Award, Asian Art Biennial, Dhaka, Bangladesh
1991 Scholarship, Government of France

1989 British Council Visitorship Grant
1988 Il Bharat Bhavan Biennial
1982 Elizabeth Green Shield Foundation Grant, Canada
1980 Bombay Art Society Award, Mumbai
All India Fine Arts & Crafts Society, New Delhi
1979 Government of India Cultural Scholarship
Silver Medal – Bombay Art Society
Gujarat Lalit Kala Akademi

Collections

Centre International Modern Art, Calcutta
National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi
Lalit Kala Akademi, Gujarat
Art Heritage, New Delhi
Ananda Bazar Group



DILIP CHOBISA

Born 1978, Udaipur (Rajasthan)

Education

M.F.A. from Faculty of Fine Arts, M.S.U., Baroda (2004)
B.F.A. from Faculty of Fine Arts, M.S.U., Baroda (2002)

Lives and Works in Gujarat

Selected Exhibitions

2010 Size Matters or… does it??, Latitude 28, Delhi
2009 Art Expo, Art Fair, Mumbai, India
2008 Urgent: 10ml of Contemporary needed, Travancore Art Gallery, Delhi
Keep Drawing, Gallery Espace, Delhi
Slick Paris, 08., Art Fair, France
2007 Installing Life, Hacienda Art Gallery, Mumbai
Stile File, Colcatta, India
FEB Group Show, Lanxess ABS Art Gallery, Baroda
Keep Drawing, Mumbai Poundle Art Gallery
2006 Disproportionately Accurate or Accurately Disproportionate?, by RPG Academy of Art and Music, Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai
No square circles, matters of art, Delhi
12th Harmony Art Show, Mumbai
2005 Sense N Blend, Kaleidoscope Art Gallery, Baroda
10th Harmony Show, Mumbai

Awards, Scholarships, and Workshops

2008 Harmony Foundation Award, Mumbai
2007 Multimedia Art Camp, Udaipur,
Rajasthan Art Camp, Jaspur, Baroda
Onida Art Camp, Khandala, Mumbai, India
2006 Sandarb Workshop, Partapur, India
Artists' cruise from Mumbai to Lakshadweep
2005 National stone carving camp org by W.Z.C.C. Udaipur, Rajasthan
2003 Young Baroda Wood Carving Camp org. by Dept. of Sculpture at Faculty of Fine Arts
2002 National Scholarship
1998 World's biggest painting workshop org. by Reliance & Govt. of Gujarat, Ahmedabad



POOJA IRANNA

Born 1969, in New Delhi

Master of Fine Arts in Painting, College of Art, New Delhi (1995)
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting, College of Art, New Delhi (1991)

Lives and works in New Delhi.

Pooja Iranna's world of artistry is one in which structures and textures take center stage. Through her work in mixed media, she examines connecting, intersecting, and dangling lines that form various works with a grid like, architectural style. The results are unpredictable and richly varied: "Falling Sky" (1998) uses interconnected pieces of wood and toothpicks with cloth to depict a scene of order fighting against dissolution into chaos. Another, untitled piece from 1998 uses wood strips, toothpicks, and connecting string to create what looks like a suspension bridge – simultaneously sturdy and (perhaps deceptively) frail.
Pooja Iranna's art is reflective of her painstaking creative progression. She relies on a two-part process that involves "building up" her pieces in wet and dry stages. She takes various materials; cuts them; pokes holes in them; crushes, slices, and shreds them. She then strengthens and solidifies the materials by gluing, adding layers, and tying knots.

Select Solo Exhibitions

2008 Gallery Espace, New Delhi
2003-2004 Metamorphic Mathematics, Chitra Kala Parishat, Bangalore, the Guild Art Gallery, Mumbai, and at Sridharani Gallery, New Delhi
2002 Reflections, Wimbledon School of Art, London
1999 House Of Cards, Art Inc, New Delhi
1996 Paper Works, Shridharani Gallery, New Delhi

Select Group Exhibitions

2008 Walk the Line, Avanthay Contemporary AG, Zurich
2007 Telling It like It Is: The Indian Story, The Gallery in Cork Street, London
High on Art, Visual Art Gallery, Indian Habitat Centre, New Delhi
Does Size Matter? Art Konsult, New Delhi
2006 Avatars of the Object, Guild Art Gallery, Mumbai
Making of Divinity, Sakshi Art Gallery, Mumbai
Around Architecture, Colab Art and Architecture, Bangalore
New Paradigms III, Gallery Threshold, New Delhi
2005 Bridges, Exploring New Paradigms, Art Alive Gallery, New Delhi
Towards Abstraction, Gallery Threshold, New Delhi
Negotiating Matters/S, Anant Gallery, New Delhi
2004 Dots and Pixels, Digital Art, Gallery Espace, New Delhi & Gallery Sumukha, Bangalore
2003 Gallery Espace, New Delhi
Dreams: Projects Unrealized, New Delhi
Migration, City, Home, Kolkatta
2002 Words and Images, National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA), Mumbai
Closet/Closets, New Delhi
2001 North Zone Group, Tao Art Gallery, Mumbai
Kaleidoscope, Isu International Art Gallery, Singapore
Art In Heredity, Habiart Gallery, New Delhi
Engendering – Images Of Women, At the Guild Art Gallery, Mumbai
1999 Edge of the Century, New Delhi
Two Women Artists, The Guild , Mumbai
Women for W.I.S.E., exhibition at National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA) Mumbai
1998 Gallery Espace, New Delhi
1997 Gift for India, Sahmat, New Delhi
1993 Two Women Artist Show, Shridharani Gallery, New Delhi
1991 Search For Young Talent, Vadhera Art Gallery, New Delhi

Awards and Scholarships

1992-1995 National Scholarship by the Dept of culture Gov India
1998-1999 Junior Fellow ship by the Dept of Culture Govt. India
2002 Charles Wallace India Trust Award
2009 Outstanding Woman Achievement Award by (Yflo), Awing of Ficci

Selected Published Writings

1999 Catalogue For B.M.Kamath's Solo Show at Shridharani Gallery, New Delhi.
'Through Another Journey', Two Artist Show, Guild Art Gallery, Mumbai.
2002 'Metamorphoses of Existence', Lalit Kala Contemporary 45, A Publication of Lalit Kala Academy.
2002 'We Come, We Eat, We Sleep', Essay on works of N. S. Harsha that represented India at the Fukoka Festival, Published In Lalir Kala Contemporary, A Publication Of Lalit Kala Academy, India-June.
2009 'I Seldom Take Images At Random'-Published In Art Inc, Vol.1, No.1


DAMON KOWARKSY


Bachelor of Fine Art [Honors] [Printmaking]: Victorian College of the Arts. Melbourne, Australia 2000
He taught at Beacon house National University, Lahore in 2007 and Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture, Karachi in 2010.

Lives and works in Melbourne.

Select Solo Exhibitions

2010 Perdesi, Alhamra Art Gallery Lahore.
2009 Desi, Joshua McClelland Print Room
Polis, Solander Gallery, Wellington.
2008 Sur, Dickerson Gallery Melbourne
Under a Jaguar Sun, Impressions on Paper Gallery, Canberra
2007 Home and Away, Alhamra Art Gallery Lahore
From the Empty Quarter, Joshua McClelland Print Room
Travels, Dickerson Gallery
2006 Etchings, Intrude Contemporary Art
2005 New Works, Joshua McClelland Print Room
Stranger in a Strange Land, Angela Robarts-Bird Gallery

Select Group Exhibitions

2009 Geelong Print Award, Geelong Gallery
On Paper, Dickerson Gallery Melbourne
2nd Bangkok International Print Triennale, Silpakorn University, Thailand
2008 New Prints, International Print Center New York
Pressing Matters, JennyPort Gallery
100 Works on Paper, Kentler Gallery, New York
Fresh Cream, Alhamra Art Gallery Lahore
2007 The Body, RMIT Project Space
5 Printmakers, Paper Graphica, Christchurch
50, Geelong Art Gallery
2006 International Print Exhibition, Tohane-i Amire Gallery, İstanbul
Beasties, Port Jackson Press
2005 Transit, Australian Print Workshop
He – Who Inspires, Walker Street Gallery
Chiaroscuro, Chiara Goya Gallery
2004 A4Art, West Space
Impressions, Australian Print Workshop


Awards

2008 Toyota Community Spirit Artist Travel Award
2007 Ian Potter Cultural Trust Grant
2006 RMIT Project Space/ Visual Arts Printmaking Summer Residency
2005 'He – Who Inspires' Intrude Contemporary Art Award
2004 Australian Print Workshop Collie Print Trust Emerging Victorian Printmakers Scholarship.
NAVA Visual and Craft Artists' Grant
2002 Ian Potter Cultural Trust Grant


M. PRAVAT

Born 1972 in Kolkata

M.F.A. in Painting, M.S. University of Baroda (2002-04)
B.F.A. in Painting, M.S. University of Baroda (1998-02)

Select Solo Exhibitions

2010 What Takes Place in Memory, Gallery LVS, Seoul, Korea
2008 Under Construction, Nature Morte, New Delhi
Late Again, Art Musings, Mumbai
2007 In-Depth, Anant Art Gallery, Kolkatta
2006 Theatre of the Absurd, Anant Art Gallery, New Delhi

Select Group Exhibitions

2010 Linear Obscurity, Bose Pacia, New York
2009 Architectonica, curated by Peter Negy at Gallery Seven Art Ltd
2008 Sub-Architecture Continental, curated by Peter Negy at Gallery Alain Le, Paris
2007 Harvest, Arushi Art Gallery, New Delhi
Emerging India, Royal College of Art, London
Art Fair, Paris
High on Art, Visual Art Gallery, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi
Team Unteamed – 11, Art Konsult, New Delhi
Instilling Life, Hacienda Art Gallery, Mumbai
2006 Full Circle, Rabindra Bhavan, New Delhi
2005 Art and Soul, Gallery of Contemporary Art, Mumbai
Generation-To and Fro, Kaleidoscope Gallery, Baroda
Transgress, Priyasri Gallery of Contemporary Art, Mumbai
2004 Fun Fair, Faculty of Fine Arts, Baroda
2003 Positive Vision, Faculty of Fine Arts, Baroda
1996 Annual Exhibition, West Bengal State Academy
Annual Exhibition of State, Lalit Kala Academy
1995 Annual Exihibition of the Indian Society of Oriental Art

Awards

2009 Artist Award of Grant-Pro Helvetia, Switzerland
2004 Nasreen Mohammedi Award, Fine Arts Faculty, M.S. University of Baroda
1997 Platinum Jubilee Life Saving Society, Kolkata


GIGI SCARIA

Born 1973, in Kothanalloor, Kerala

M.F.A. (painting), Jamia Millia University, New Delhi (1998)
B.F.A. (painting), College of Fine Arts, Thiruvananthapuram (1995)

The artist lives and works in New Delhi.

Select Solo Exhibitions

2010 Open windows closed boundaries, Dubai Art fair, Gallery Chemould, Mumbai.
2009 Amusement park, Gallery Chemould, Mumbai.
Settlement, Gallery Christian Hosp, Berlin Germany, Curated by Jamila Adeli
2008 Difficult to imagine, Easy to construct, Art Asia Miami, USA
Site under construction, Video Space, Budapest, Hungary
New Perspective from India, Seoul/Delhi, recent photographs and video, H Cube Gallery, Seoul, Korea
Triviality of everyday existence, recent photographs and video, The National Art Studio, Changdong, Seoul, Korea
2007 Absence of an Architect, Palette Gallery, New Delhi
2005 'Where are the Amerindians?' At Inter America Space at CCA7, Trinidad
2001 Art Inc., Shapur Jat, New Delhi
1998 The Great Art Gallery, New Delhi

Select Group Exhibitions

2010 SNOW, Palette Gallery, New Delhi curated by Ranjit Hoskote
Volta Art Fair New York, Video Space, Budapest Hungary.
VIDEO Silvasa art gallery, DN&H curated by Johnny M L.
2009 Marvelous Reality, Gallery Espace (Rabindra Bhavan) New Delhi, Curated by
Sunil Mehra.
If I were a saint….. Curated by Jonny M L. at Traven core Art gallery, New Delhi
Lost in the Urban Maze, Palette Gallery, New Delhi.
What makes India Urban? At Aedes Gallery, Berlin, Curated by Anand Patel.
A New Vanguard, at Guild Gallery, New York, and Saffron Art, New York.
Expressions at tihar, Ojas Art, Miti ghar IGNCA, New Delhi.
In focus contemporary Indian Photography, Crimson the art resource, Bangalore.
Poetic Documentary; Kriti Arora, Sanjeet Chowdhhury and Gigi Scaria, Aicon Gallery, London.
RELATIVE VisA, curated by Bose Krishnamachari, Bodhi Art Mumbai. BAPU, curated by Gayatri Sinha, Saffron Art, Mumbai.
2009 ARCO Art Fair, Madrid.
RELATIVE VisA Curated by Bose Krishnamachari, Bodhi Art, Mumbai.
BAPU Curated by Gayatri Sinha, Saffron Art, Mumbai.
2008 Video Zone-4, The 4th International video art Biennial, Tel Aviv, Israel
MAM SCREEN, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan
India Moderna, Ivam Museum, Valencia, Spain
Chalo India, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan
VIDEOMIX.INDIA, La Casa Encendida, Madrid, Spain
Popular Reality, the Stainless Gallery, New Delhi
INDIAVATA (India + Avatar), Contemporary artists from India, Gallery SUN Contemporary, Seoul, Korea
Young Contemporary Indian Artists, 1x1 Gallery, Dubai.
Walk on line, Avanthay Contemporary, curated by Ranjita Chaney, Zurich, Switzerland
CLICK! Contemporary photography in India, curated by Sunil Gupta and Radhika Singh, Vadehra art gallery, New Delhi
Who knows Mr.Gandhi? AICON gallery, London.
2007 Public Places/Private Spaces: Contemporary Photography and Video Art in India, the Newark Museum, New Jersey, USA
Reflections, Refractions and Refutations: New and recent work by artists from India, Gallery Soul flower, Bangkok
Here There Now; Contemporary Art from India, Gallery Soul flower, Bangkok
Reading Paint, Gallery Soul flower, Bangkok
Making History Our Own, organized by SAHMAT, AIFACS Gallery, New Delhi
Young & Free, Intercontinental, Nehru place, New Delhi
After Shock Conflict, Violence and Resolution in Contemporary Art, a group show supported by Sainsbury Centre in collaboration Matthew Shaul and the UH Galleries in England, curated by Yasmin Zahir
Indian Photo and Media Art, A Journey of Discovery, Fluss, Vienna, Austria
Horn Please: Narratives in contemporary Indian Art, Kunstmuseum Bern, Switzerland
Dreaming Childhood at Leap Years, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi
Delhi World Social Forum, Nairobi, Kenya.
2006 ROCK, Curated by Himanshu Desai at Kitab Mehal, Mumbai.
Rencontres Internationales, a film and video festival in Paris and Berlin
Paper flute, curated by Johny M.L, Gallery Espace, New Delhi
Impossible India, curated by Nina Montmann, Frankfurt Kunstverein, supported by Goethe-Institute
Ghost in the machine and other stories (Video, interactive media and sound)
at Apeejay Media Gallery, Delhi, Curated by Pooja Sood.
REAL 2006, organized by Matters of art .com at Visual Art gallery, Habitat Center,
New Delhi.
Dilli Dur Ast, a lens based workshop in the walled city of Delhi.
Art for Prabhat, Artists paint on paper made by mentally handicapped Students,
Visual Art Gallery, Habitat Center, New Delhi
Infinite-Us, Planet art Gallery, Gurgaon, Haryana.
Art in Cinema, Habitat center, New Delhi.
2005 Eternal Recurrence Return, Shangrila Hotel, New Delhi.
Double – Enders, Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai
Self x Social Self stranger parent resource worker
School of Arts and Aesthetics Gallery, New Delhi curated by Geeta Kapur.
Are we like this only? Rabindra Bhavan, New Delhi, curated by Vidya Shivdas, organized by Vadehra Gallery, New Delhi
Ko video, Durban festival
2004 Journeys, Visual Arts Gallery, Habitat Centre, New Delhi
Median, an exhibition of paintings & sculptures, Epiques Gallery,
Green Park, New Delhi.
Between Rivers, C-28 West End, New Delhi.
Making of India, organized by SAHAMAT, Rabindrabhavan, New Delhi
2003 Crossing Generations Diverge, curated by Geeta Kapur and Chaitanya Sambrani, National Gallery of Modern Art, Mumbai
Indians + Cowboys, curated by Ruth Watson, Gallery 4A, Asian-Australia Arts Center, Sydney Australia
Art in Jerusalem, a site specific art project in Jerusalem, Israel
Shisha, Sanskriti Pratistan, Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi
2002 Photographica, Cittadellarte, Biella, Italy
Circo Fragile, a story telling event at Pavia University Italy.
Unidee in Progress, Pistoletto Foundation, Biella, Italy.
2001 Millennium Vision, Arushi Art Gallery, New Delhi
Small but significant, Arpana Fine Arts, New Delhi
…and Buddha smiled again, organized by Master's Guild at Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage, Lodi Estate, New Delhi
1998 Explorations, a site-specific installation project organized by Jamia Millia University, New Delhi.
1996 Kalamela, Balbhavan, New Delhi.
Traveling Exhibition, organized by Kerala Lalitkala Academy, Exhibited in
Madras and Bangalore.

1995 Group shows 95, an exhibition of Painting and Graphics, at Thiruvananthapuram Fine Arts Gallery.
1994 Annual Exhibition conducted by Kerala Lalitkala Academy

Awards and Scholarships

2007 Asian art fellowship, Museum of contemporary art, Korea.
2005 Sanskriti award in visual art
2002 Inlaks Scholarship
1995, 1997 Ministry of Human Resources and Development, Scholarship for Visual Arts

Residency

2008 Worked on a multi media installation project on Hybridity in collaboration with
London based artist/photographer Dave Luise. Facilitated and organized by
Sainsbury Centre for Visual Art, University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK.
2007-08 The National Art Studio, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea.
2005 CCA7 (Caribbean Contemporary Arts), Trinidad and Tobago, West Indies
2004 Khoj studios, Khirkee Village, New Delhi.
2002 Unidee at Cittadellarte, Foundation Pistoletto, Biella, Italy.



SANJAY SUNDRAM

Born 1971, Delhi, India

Masters in Design (Visual Communication), Industrial Design Centre, IIT, Bombay (1996-98)
Bachelor in Architecture, School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi, India (1989-94)
Indian School Certificate, St. Columba's School, New Delhi, India (1976-89)
Head of R&D at an educational services firm, Magic Software Pvt Ltd.

Lives and works in Delhi, India

Select Solo Exhibitions

Exhibition of watercolours, Jharokha Art Gallery, New Delhi
Exhibition of animal drawings and watercolours, Art Plus, New Delhi

Select Group Exhibitions

2009 India Art Summit, Religare Arts.i
Connaught Place – The Why Not Place, Religare Arts Initiative (Arts.i), New Delhi
Everything Under the Sun… almost, Religare Arts.i Gallery, New Delhi
Borderless Terrains, curated by Dr. Alka Pande, Apparao Galleries, Visual Arts Gallery, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi
Converging Diversions: expressions beyond architecture, Visual Arts Gallery, India Habitat Centre
Questioning Man's Creation Myths, Industrial Design Centre, Mumbai
All India Fine Arts and Crafts Society, AIFAACS Gallery, New Delhi

Awards and Scholarships

Product selection for AVANCA, International Festival of Film and Multimedia, Portugal
The World of Learning conference and exhibition (WOLCE) awards, UK
SIIA's Codie Award, Best Instructional solution for Special Need Students
Chip-Arena Multimedia Award, Best educational product
PC World – Editor's Choice Award
British Education and Training Technology, BETT Awards



MAHREEN ZUBERI

Born 1981, Pakistan

B.F.A. from the National College of Art Lahore, Pakistan (2000-2003)
Mahreen Zuberi currently is the Coordinator of Fine Arts at the Department of Visual Studies, Karachi University, Pakistan

Lives and works in Karachi, Pakistan

Select Solo Exhibitions

2008 Open Wide, Rohtas Art Gallery, Islamabad

Select Group Exhibitions

2010 Green Patrol, Canvas Gallery, Karachi
The Karachi Miniature, Poppy seed Gallery, Karachi
Being There, Koel Gallery, Karachi
Resemble Reassemble, Devi Art Foundation, India
2009 Edge, Rohtas 2, Lahore
Hanging Fire, Asia Society Museum, New York
2008 6 Degrees of Separation, VM Art Gallery, Karachi
Associated Metaphors, IVSAA, Karachi
Vernisage of Paintings, Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany, Karachi
2007 National Gallery of Art, Islamabad
2006 Canvas Gallery, Karachi
2005 A Thousand and One Days, Honolulu Academy of Arts, Hawaii
Miniatures Contemporaines Du Pakistan, France
Taaza Tareen, VM Art Gallery, Karachi
Voices, World Bank Office, Islamabad
Momart Gallery, Karachi
Re-inventing Narratives, La galerie Mohamed el Fassi Rabat, Morocco
Modern Miniatures, Khass Art Gallery, Islamabad
2004 Contemporary Miniature Paintings from Pakistan, Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, Japan
Creases, Rohtas 2, Lahore
Interpretations, Rohtas Gallery, Islamabad
Extensions, Canvas Gallery, Karachi
2003 Vacant/Occupied, National College of Arts, Lahore
Shot to edit, Zahoor ul Aklaq Gallery, NCA, Lahore
2002 DRAWN, Royatt Gallery, Lahore

Collections

Queensland Art Gallery, Australia
Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, Japan
Devi Art Foundation, India