SAKTI BURMAN

Born 1935, Kolkata

Government College of Arts and Crafts in Kolkata (1956)
Ecole Nationale des Beaux Arts, Paris
The artist lives and works in Paris.

Select Solo Exhibitions

2009 Archetype, Aicon Gallery, London
2009 Encaptured Gaze, Jehangir Art Gallery; Art Musings, Mumbai in association with AiconGallery
2008 Maison de l'Unesco, organized by Unesco, Salles Miro, Paris
Art Alive, New Delhi
Aicon Gallery, New York
2007 Visual Arts Gallery, Indian Habitat Centre, New Delhi
2006 Visual Arts Gallery, Indian Habitat Centre, New Delhi
Pundole Art Gallery, Mumbai
2005 Retrospective, organized by Apparao Galleries, Visual Arts Gallery, Indian Habitat
2001 Birla Academy of Art and Culture, Kolkata
Pundole Art Gallery, Mumbai
Art Todat, New Delhi
1999 Atlantic Gallery, New York organized by Apparao Galleries
1997 Cloitre de la Dame Blanche, La Rochelle
Exhibitions organized by Ecole de Paris at Tokushima, Myazaki and Osaka
1996 Exhibitions organized by Ecole de Paris at Wakayama and Sapporo
1995 Apparao Galleries, Chennai
1994 Pundole Art Gallery, Mumbai
1993 Chitrakoot Art Gallery, Kolkata
1992 Centre of Contemporary Art, New Delhi
1990 Pundole Art Gallery, Mumbai
1989 Semaine Culturelle Indienne, Eaubonne, Val d'Oise
Fondation Firmin Bauby, Perpignan
XX salon du Grenier a sel, Orleans

Select Group Exhibitions

2009 Think Small, Art Alive Gallery, New Delhi
2008 Art Alive, New Delhi
2007 An Evening in Paris …Rome…London, Gallery Sanskriti, Kolkata
Understanding Oneness in Diversity, Kitab Mahal, Mumbai
Indiaart 2007, organized by International Institute of Fine Arts at House of Lords, London
Faces of Indian art, organized by Art Alive at Visual Art Gallery, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi
Invited as "Artist in Focus" at Harmony Show, Nehru Center Mumbai
MIRROR organized by Gallery NVYA, New Delhi
Resixsances organized by Art Musings at Museum Gallery, Mumbai
2006 Shadanga Curated by Alka Pande and Gallerie Genesha, Visual Art Gallery, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi
Making of Divinity curated by Ina Purl, Sakeh Gallery, Mumbai
Harmony Show organized by Tina Aruban, Mumbai
Two 2 Tango, organized by Gallera Nvya, Lalo Kala Akixlarni, New Delhi
2005 The New Space, organized by Art Space, Dubai
10th Harmony Show organized by The Ambani, Mumbai
Spirit Set Free, Golden Juelee Show organized by Kumar Gallery, New Delhi
2004 Confluence, organized by ArtsIndia, New York
AVislor - Looking Back; Looking Forward organized by Apparao Galleries
The Burman Family organized by Visual Arts, London, Gallery 27
Indian Artiste for France organized by French Embassy at Alliance Francaise, New Delhi
2003 Master Strokes organized by Art Musings, Mumbai
Portraits of a Decade organized by CIMA Gallery, Kolkata
The Celebration of Color, Vadehera Art Gallery and Times of India, Mumbai and New Delhi
Anniversary Exhibition, Art Musings, Mumbai
Shanti Path, Tao Gallery, Mumbai
The Said and the Unsaid, organized by The Committee of the Jehangir Art Gallery and Apparao Gallery, Mumbai
2002 Aspects of Modern Indian Painting, New York organized by Saffronart and Pundole Art Gallery, Mumbai
Palette 2002, Visual Art Gallery, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi
For Ihe Gukter Jubilese Celebration of Jehangir Art Gallery, participated in auction with three painters, Bombay
2001 Three Burman, Sakti, Maite and Maya, Art Today, New Delhi
Art of Bengal, Past and Present 1850-2000, National Gallery of Modern Art, Mumbai and CIMA Gallery, Kolkata
Burman', Sakti, Maite, Maya', Mediatheque du Lamentin, La Martinique
Indian Contemporary Art, organized by Saffronart, Hongkong
Indian Contemporary Art, organized by Saffronart in collaboration with Apparao galleries, Los Angeles
A Treasure Trove, Paintings from B.K. Birla Family Collection, Birla Academy of Art and Culture, Kolkata
2000 Mappings making new links between Artisinal Cultures of India and Egypt, organized
Sigmund Freud's 'Interpretation of Dreams', organized by University Art Museum, Birghamton, New York
1999 VIENNA Sigmund Freud's Interpretation of Dreams, organized by University Art Museum, Birghamton, New York; Artists in exhibition: Odilon Redon, Giorgio de Chirico, Marc Chagall, Salvador Dali
1998 Christie's Auction, Indian Contemporary paintings, London
Multimedia, Art of the 1900's, CIMA Gallery, Kolkata
Harmony Show, Mumbai
Within The Fame, Apparao Galleries, Hongkong
The Art of Charity, Mumbai
1997 Displayed along with works of Picasso, Chagall and Miro at Tokushima, Myazaki and Osaka, Japan
Chamatkar, The Indian Metaphor, organized by CIMA , Kolkata at Whitleys Art Gallery, London

Honors & Awards

Medaille d'argent au Salon de Montmorency
Prix des Etrangers, Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Paris
Prix de la ville de l'Isle-Adam
Medaille d'or, Salon des Artistes Francais, Grand Palais, Paris
Medaille arts, Science et Letters
Medaille au Salon de Juvisy
Invite d'honneur, Colombes
Invite d'honneur, Douai
Invite d'honneur, sainte-Maxime
Invite d'honneur, English Les Bains


K LAXMA GOUD

Born 1940, Andhra Pradesh, India

Diploma, Government College of Art and Architecture, Hyderabad (1963)
Studied Mural Painting and Printmaking at M.S. University, Baroda (1963-65)
Lives and works in Hyderabad

Laxma Goud is recognized for his graceful, yet powerful line drawings, etchings and watercolors. The artist was born in Nizampur, Andhra Pradesh in 1940 and earned a diploma in drawing and painting from the Government College of Art and Architecture, Hyderabad, in 1963. He then studied mural painting and printmaking at M.S. University, Baroda. By the late 1960s, Goud had developed a distinct style with finely chiseled, yet pliant lines and delicate washes of color that he used to depict man's interaction with nature.

According to Goud, 'there is eroticism in nature itself." Humor, earthiness and vitality emerge as Goud transforms the characters of his works - man into goat, goat into woman, and man and woman peer lustfully at each other. Goud also explores man's connection to his environment. From men, women, goats, huts to vegetation, Laxma's simple images reflect an idyllic reality that is slowly being threatened by urbanisation. The works recreate the rural landscape as if it is frozen in time. The color, innocence, simplicity, flora and fauna are indicative of the bucolic naivety.

Apart from Goud's great narrative ability, the artist's remarkable skill and sophistication in handling his medium (pencil or brush) are evident. A master draughtsman, Goud is a versatile printmaker and painter and has worked in a variety of mediums: etching, gouache, pastel and grass paintings. Incisiveness, hatched lines and a keen eye for detail have been his trademark forte. He was a favored artist by the Herwitzes and was the most represented artist in their collection.


Select Solo Exhibitions

2009 Laxma Goud: Solo Exhibition, Aicon Gallery, London
2007 Laxma Goud 40 years: A Retrospective, Aicon Gallery, New York
2006 Sculptures, Bronze and Terra-cottas, Guild Art Gallery, Mumbai
2003 Aicon Gallery, New York
2001-02 Grey Art Gallery, New York

Select Group Exhibitions

2010 Black is Beautiful, India Fine Art, Mumbai
Essential, Eclectic,...Ephemeral, The Harrington Mansions, Calcutta
2009 Mark of Masters -2, Art and Soul, Mumbai
In Search of the Vernacular, Aicon Gallery, New York
Sacred and Secular, India Fine Art, Mumbai
Think Small, Art Alive Gallery, New Delhi
The Root of Everything, Gallery Mementos, Bangalore
Gallery Space, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh
2008 Summer collection, works by modern and contemporary south Asian artists,
Aicon Gallery, London
2007 From the Vault, Aicon Gallery, London and New York
2006 Back to the Future, Gallery Espace, New Delhi
1986 Indian Art Tomorrow, Philips Collection, Washington D.C.
1977 São Paulo Biennale, Brazil



NALINI MALANI

Born 1946, Karachi

J.J. University, Bombay (1969)

Malani's work reflects a deep commitment to women's issues, particularly with regard to social and familial relationships in which women's skills often go unappreciated. Her charged human forms and sometimes cluttered pictorial space refer to various aspects of a woman's experience as well as the destruction and despair within cities and among nations.

Since 1993, Malani has diversified her art to include video installations. She has gained an international reputation for seeking to re-position the traditional content of Indian art within a contemporary media-based format. Malani's point of view has been unwaveringly urban and internationalist, and unsparing in its condemnation of those who cynically exploit the beliefs of the masses to fan the flames of nationalism.

The artist lives and works in Mumbai.

Solo Exhibitions

2010 Splitting the Other: Retrospective 1993-2009, Musée cantonal des Beaux-Arts, Lausanne, Switzerland
2009 The Govett- Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth, New Zealand
Cassandra, Galerie Lelong, Paris
2008 Listening to the Shades, Arario Gallery, New York
2007 Irish Museum Of Modern Art, Dublin, Ireland
Walsh Gallery,Chicago
2005-06 Exposing the Source: The Paintings of Nalini Malani, A retrospective exhibition, Peabody Essex Museum, Salem Ma, U.S.A.
2003 Stories Retold, Sakshi Gallery, Mumbai
2002/3 Hamletmachine, New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York
2002 Recent Video Art, Nalini Malani, Apeejay Media Gallery, New Delhi
2000 When Krishna Opened His Mouth, Gallery Chemould, Mumbai
The Sacred and the Profane, Sakshi Gallery, Mumbai
1999 Remembering Toba Tek Singh, Video Installation, Prince of Wales Museum, Mumbai
1996 Free Trade Ephemeral, site-specific work in a ship's container, Art Across The Oceans, Containers '96, Copenhagen, Denmark
1995 Bloodlines, works on canvas and paper; Artist's Laboratory Installation Gallery Chemould, Mumbai
1992 City of Desires, Gallery Chemould, Mumbai
1991-92 Hieroglyphs, Lohar Chawl and other works, Gallery Chemould and Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai, Sakshi Gallery, Bangalore and Chennai
1990 Under The Skin, Gallery 7, Mumbai
1980 Art Heritage, New Delhi

Selected Group Exhibitions

2010 Have I Opposed To You? New Art from India and Pakistan, Faye Fleming & Partner, Geneva
Masters of Maharashtra, collection from Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi at Piramal Gallery, National Centre for the Performing Arts (NCPA), Mumbai
2009 Indian Art After Independence: Selected Works from the Collections of Virginia & Ravi Akhoury and Shelley & Donald Rubin, Emile Lowe Gallery, Hempstead
MATER, Universidad de Jaén, Spain
Shifting Shapes, Unstable Signs, Yale School of Art, Connecticut, USA
2008 Everywhere Is War (and Rumors of War), Bodhi Art, Mumbai
Still Moving Image, Devi Art Foundation, Gurgaon, New Delhi
Excavations: Memory, Myth, Membrane, Art Musings, Mumbai
A Year in Drawing, Galerie Lelong - New York, New York, NY
2007 Horn Please: Narratives in Contemporary Indian Art, Kunstmuseum Bern, Switzerland
Frame/Grid/Room/Cell, Bodhi Art, Mumbai
Tiger by the Tail ! Women Artists of India Transforming Culture, (WSRC), Brandeis University, USA in partnership with Indian Council for Cultural Relations, New Delhi
2006 Cinema of Prayoga, Tate Modern, London.
2005 Edge of Desire, The Asia Society, New York
2004 Crossing Currents-video art and cultural identity, Lalit Kala Akademi Galleries, New Delhi
2003 Body .City, House of World Culture, Berlin
2001 Century City, Tate Modern
2000 Unpacking Europe, Museum Boymans Van Beuningen


JAMINI ROY

Born 1887, West Bengal
Died 1972

Diploma in Fine Arts, Government School of Arts and Craft (1903-08)

Born in 1887 in a small village in Bankura district, West Bengal, Jamini Roy joined the Government School of Art, Kolkata in 1903. He began his career by painting in the Post-Impressionist genre of landscapes and portraits, very much in keeping with his training in a British academic system. Yet, by 1925, Roy had begun experimenting along the lines of popular bazaar paintings sold outside the Kalighat temple in Kolkata. By the early 1930s, Roy made a complete switch to indigenous materials to paint on woven mats, cloth and wood coated with lime. The inspiration for painting on woven mats was the textures he found in Byzantine art, which he had seen in color photographs. It occurred to him that painting on a woven mat might make for an interesting mosaic-like surface.
The Santhals, a tribal people who live in the rural districts of Bengal, were an important subject for Roy. A series of works done a decade before World War II is a very good example of how he captured the qualities that are a part of native folk painting and recombined them with those of his own. He fused the minimal brush strokes of the Kalighat style with elements of tribal art from Bengal (like that of the terracotta work found in the Bishnupur temple in Bengal, where terracotta was often composed into decorative units - some elaborate in design - over portals and across exterior walls of the temples).
Roy's rejection of the then modern style of painting and his foray into the realm of Bengali folk paintings marked a new beginning in the history of Indian modern art. The mother and child, Radha, and animals were painted in simple two-dimensional forms, with flat color application and an emphasis on the lines. The main subjects were often enclosed within decorative borders with motifs in the background. The figure of the Christ was also a subject that Roy often painted.
Roy held several one-man exhibitions and numerous group shows. His works can be found in several private and public collections, institutions and museums all over the world, including the Lalit Kala Academy in Delhi and museums in Germany and the United States of America. He was honored with the Padma Bhushan in 1955. Jamini Roy died in 1972 in Kolkata, where he had lived all his life.

Selected Posthumous Exhibitions

2010 Manifestations IV, Delhi Art Gallery, New Delhi
Celebration 2010, Annual Exhibition, Kumar Art Gallery, New Delhi

2009 Indian Art After Independence: Selected Works from the Collections of Virginia & Ravi Akhoury and Shelley & Donald Rubin, Emily Lowe Gallery, Hempstead
In Search of the Vernacular, Aicon Gallery, New York
Kalpana: Figurative Art in India, presented by The Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) at Aicon Gallery, London; The Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR)
Moderns and More, Aicon Gallery, Palo Alto
2008 Multiple Modernities: India, 1905-2005, Philadelphia Museum of Art, USA
Post Independence Masters, Aicon Gallery, New York
2005 Manifestations III – 100 Artists of Contemporary Art, organized by Delhi Art Gallery at Nehru Centre, Mumbai, Lalit Kala Akademi, Rabindra Bhavan, New Delhi and Delhi Art Gallery, New Delhi
2004 Manifestations II – 100 Artists of Contemporary Art, organized by Delhi Art Gallery at Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai and Delhi Art Gallery, New Delhi
2003 Manifestations I – Indian Art in the 20th Century, organized by Delhi Art Gallery at World Trade Centre, Mumbai and Delhi Art Gallery, New Delhi
Exhibition of Works of Jamini Roy, Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi
Poetry and Patriotic Fervor, Delhi Art Gallery, New Delhi
Indian Art Pre-Independence, Delhi Art Gallery, New Delhi
2000 Face Off 1900-1980s. An Exhibition of Indian Old Masters and Moderns, Delhi Art Gallery, New Delhi
Art of Bengal : Past and Present 1850-2000, Centre for International Modern Art (CIMA), Kolkata
1998 Temperas and Sketches, Art Bazar, Kolkata
1998 The Simplicity of a Pionee', The Window, Mumbai
1997 Art of Bengal 1850-1950 : Calcutta Metropolitan Festival of Art, Birla Academy of Art and Culture, Kolkata
1995 From Seeds to Flowers – Jamini Roy and His Roots, Romain Rolland Galerie, Alliance Francaise, New Delhi
1990 Centenary Exhibition, Cymroza Art Gallery, Mumbai
1987 Centenary Exhibition, National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA), New Delhi
Centenary Exhibition, Birla Academy of Art and Culture, Kolkata

Select Group Exhibitions

1998 The Window, Mumbai
1987 Centenary Exhibtion, NGMA
1938 British Indian Street, Calcutta
1937 Samavaya Mansions, Calcutta

Awards & Honors

1967 Awarded honorary D. Litt., Rabindra Bharati University, Kolkata
1956 Elected Fellow, Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi
1955 Awarded Padma Bhushan, Government of India
1935 Awarded Viceroys Gold Medal for 'Mother Helping the Child to Cross the Pool.'


G. RAVINDER REDDY

Born 1956, Andhra Pradesh, India

Ravinder Reddy currently teaches at the Department of Fine Art, Andhra University, Vishakapatnam
British Council Scholarship, Royal College of Art, London (1984)
Diploma (Art and Design), Goldsmiths College, University of London (1983)
M.F.A. in Creative Sculpture, Faculty of Fine Arts, M.S. University, Baroda (1982)
B.F.A. (Sculpture), M.S. University, Baroda (1980)

The artist lives and works in Vishakapatnam, India

Select Solo Exhibitions

2008 Grosvenor Vadehra, London
2007 Incridible India, Le Jardin d'Acclimation, Paris, France
2003 Sculptures at Walsh Gallery, Chicago
Monumental Sculptures, Media Gallery, Apeejay Techno Park, New Delhi
Popular Cultures, Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburg, USA
Monumental Sculptures, Deitch Projects, New York
Laskhmi Devi, Sackler Gallery, Washington D.C
Devi, Sackler Gallery, Washington Dc. USA
1997 Sculpture, Art Today Gallery, New Delhi

Select Group Exhibitions

2009 Body Chatter: An Exhibition of Contemporary Indian Art, Walsh Gallery, Chicago
2008 Freedom 2008: Sixty Years After Indian Independence, Centre for International Modern Art (CIMA), Kolkata
2007-08 India Art Now: Between Continuity and Transformation, Province of Milan, Milan, Italy
Indian Art at Swarovski Crystal World Show, 2nd Exhibition, Tirol – Österreich, Austria
Polyphonies, Gallery Hosp, Tirol – Österreich, Austria
2007 20th Century Sculpture: from Archipenko to Reddy, Grosvenor Gallery, London in association with Vadehra Art Gallery, New Delhi
Indian Art III, HERE AND NOW, Young Voices from India, Grosvenor Gallery, London in association with Vadehra Art Gallery, New Delhi
Private/Corporate IV, A Dialogue of the collection Lekha and Anupam Poddar, New Delhi and Daimler Chrysler, Stuttgart/Berlin at Daimler Ghrysler Contemporary Potsdamer Platz Berlin
Post Object, at Doris McCarthy Gallery, University of Toronto, Scarborough, Ontario, Canada
2006 New Space, Art Space 1X1 , Dubai
The Third Eye, Lille, France
Art on the Beach- Made by Indians, at St. Tropez, arranged by Enrico Navarra Gallery, Paris
The Garden Party, Deitch Projects, New York
2005 Endless Terrain, presented by Interiors Espania at Lalit Kala Galleries, Rabindra Bhawan, New Delhi
Body Perfect, Walsh Gallery, Chicago
About Beauty, House of World Cultures, Berlin
Transit 3, at Alexander Ochs Galleries, Berlin, Presented by Sakshi Gallery, Mumbai
Are we like this only?, Vadehra Art Gallery at Lalit Kala Galleries, New Delhi
2004 Iconography in Transient Times, Visual Arts Gallery, New Delhi, presented by Sumukha Gallery, Bangalore
The Androgyne, organized by Apparao Galleries, Chennai at Visual Arts Gallery, New Delhi
Margi & Desi Exhibition, Lalit Kala Galleries, Delhi, conducted by Espace Gallery, New Delhi
Sacred Space, organized by RPG Enterprise, Mumbai at Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai
New Paradigms-II, organized by Threshold Gallery at Visual Art Gallery, New Delhi
2003 Enchanting the Icon, Sakshi Gallery, Bangalore
Roots En Route, Queens Gallery, British Council, New Delhi
Travelling show, Chennai, Bangalore, Mumbai
2002 Sidewinder, CIMA Gallery, Kolkata
Human Park, An exhibition of Global Creatures, La Virreinna Exposicions, Institute de Cultura, Barcelona
India: Contemporary Art from North Eastern Private Collections, Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, USA
Sheen of Metal, Palette Art Gallery, New Delhi
New Paradigms, conducted by Threshold Gallery at Visual Arts Gallery, New Delhi
Creative Space, Sakshi Gallery Anniversary Show, Visual Art Gallery, New Delhi

Collections:

CIMA - Centre International Modern Art, Calcutta, India
FAAM - Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, Fukuoka, japan
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, Virginia, USA
Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, Massachusetts, USA


NILIMA SHEIKH

Born 1945, New Delhi, India

M.A. Fine Arts, Faculty of Fine Arts, Baroda, India

Nilima Sheikh describes herself as part of the third generation of artists who have engaged with Indian traditions. To be specific, there was the generation of Abanindranath Tagore, Nandalal Bose and Benode Behari Mukherjee followed by the one of their student K G Subramanyan from whom she has sought inspiration.

The artist, trained initially in Western-style oil painting, has spent almost all of her student and professional life in Baroda. Nilima Sheikh was born in 1945 in New Delhi. She studied history at the Delhi University (1962-65) and painting at the Faculty of Fine Arts, Baroda. (MA Fine, 1971). She has taught painting at the Faculty between 1977 and 1981. According to her, Baroda, in the '60s, was certainly identified with modernism. There was an attempt to clear the deadwood that had accrued around the older Santiniketan experiment. At the same time, many of the influential teachers recognized the value of history and of reinventing tradition.

Select Solo Exhibitions

2010 Each Night Put Kashmir in Your Dreams, Chemould Prescott Road, Mumbai
2009 Drawing Trails, Gallery Espace, New Delhi
2003 The Country without a Post Office: Reading Agha Shahid Ali, Gallery Chemould, Mumbai
1999 Painted Drawings, Gallery Espace, New Delhi
Images from Umrao, Nature Morte, New Delhi
1998 Galerie FIA (Foundation for Indian Artists), Amsterdam
Garden for Mother, Sakshi Gallery, Bangalore, Karnataka
1995 Song-Space, organized by Gallery Chemould, at Max Muller Bhawan, Mumbai
1993 Song, Water, Air, Gallery Espace, New Delhi
1985 Contemporary Art Gallery, Ahmedabad, Gujarat
1984 Pundole Art Gallery, Mumbai
1983 Triveni Art Gallery, New Delhi

Select Group Exhibitions

2009 Tracing Time', Bodhi Art, Mumbai
2008 Baroda: A Tale of Two Cities', (Part I), Sarjan Art Gallery, Vadodara, Gujarat
Of Personal Narratives and Journeys', Bodhi Art, Gurgaon, Harayana
Horn Please: Narratives in Contemporary Indian Art', Kunstmuseum Bern, Switzerland
Mapping Memories – 1, Painted Travelogues of China and Greece, Gallery Threshold, New Delhi
2007 Gallerie Mirchandani + Steinruecke, Mumbai
2006 Edge of Desire: Recent Art in India, National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA) at Mumbai and New Delhi
Back to the Future, Gallery Espace, New Delhi
The Lyrical Line, Gallery Espace, New Delhi
2005 Ritu/Mausam/Seasons, organized by Anant Art Gallery at Shridharani Gallery, New Delhi
Angkor The Silent Centuries, organized by Bodhi Art and Gallery Threshold at Bodhi Art, New Delhi
Bhupen Among Friends, organized by Gallery Chemould at Museum Gallery, Mumbai
Identity Alienation Amity, Gallerie Publishers and Tao Art Gallery, Mumbai
Change of Address, The Guild, Mumbai
Tree Basera, India International Centre, New Delhi
2004 The Margi and the Desi, organized by Gallery Espace at Rabindra Bhavan, New Delhi
After Dark, Sakshi Gallery, Mumbai
Interlude in Srilanka, The Guild, Mumbai
Edge of Desire: Recent Art In India, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth, Australia In Transit 2, presented by Sakshi Gallery, Mumbai at Alexander Ochs Gallery, Berlin
2003 Celebration of Color, Vadehra Art Gallery, New Delhi
Contemporary Miniatures: India / Paksitan, The Fine Art Resource, Berlin
Crossing Generations: diVERGE, 40 Years of Gallery Chemould at National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA), Mumbai
2002 Words and Images, The Guild, Mumbai
2001 Ashta Nayika, Tao Art Gallery, Mumbai
In Conversation, Gallery Espace, New Delhi
3 Contemporary Artists, Bose Pacia, New York
Once Upon a Time, Gallery Chemould, Mumbai
2000 Celebration of the Human Image, organized by Gallery 42 at India Habitat Centre, New Delhi
Vilas, Birla Academy of Art and Culture, Mumbai
Embarkations, Sakshi Gallery, Mumbai
A Global View: Indian Artists at Home in the World, organized by Fine Art Resource at Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai
1999 Theatre und Kunst, The Fine Art Resource, Berlin
1998 Contemporary Indian Art, Vadehra Art Gallery, New Delhi and AI Funoon Gallery, Kuwait
Indian Contemporary Art: Post-Independence, organized by Vadehra Art Gallery at National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA), New Delhi
1997 Indian Contemporary Art: An Overview, The Fine Art Resource, Berlin
1996 Chamatkar, organized by Center for International Modern Art (CIMA) Kolkata at Whiteley's Art Gallery, London
Water colours: A Broader Spectrum-III, Gallery Chemould, Mumbai
1995 A Tree in my Life, The Village Gallery, New Delhi
Inside Out: Women Artists of India, Middlesborough Art Gallery, Middlesborough, UK
Postcards for Gandhi, organized by Sahmat at New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Bangalore and Ahmedabad
A Homage, 125th Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, Little Thatre Gallery, New Delhi
Portraits, Sakshi Gallery, Mumbai
1994 Drawing 1994, organized by Gallery Espace, New Delhi at All India Fine Arts and Crafts Society (AIFACS), New Delhi
1992-95 Works on Paper, Gallery Espace, New Delhi
Contemporary Indian Art, Bangladesh Shilpa Kala Akademi, Dhaka
1990 Exhibition for Expressions, Women's Theatre Festival, Mumbai
1989 Artists Alert, organized by Sahmat at New Delhi
Timeless Art, Sesquicentennial Exhibition of Times of India at organized by Times of India, Mumbai
1988,95,99 Art for Cry, in aid of Child Welfare Organisation, Mumbai
1987 Through the Looking Glass, Centre for Contemporary Art, New Delhi; Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai; Sista's Gallery, Bangalore; Shridharani Gallery, New Delhi and Bharat Bhawan, Bhopal