Jitish Kallat Mumbai, India | 1974. 9-10 December 2019, View Dimensions En 2017 le New Delhi Museum of Modern Art lui consacrait Here After Here, une rétrospective sous le commissariat de Catherine David. Summer Online Auction Jitish Kallat. Please contact Saffronart for more details. Working in a diverse array of materials, Jitish Kallat makes installations, paintings, and sculptures that take inspiration from the people and paradoxes of his native city of Mumbai. Working in a diverse array of materials, Jitish Kallat makes installations, paintings, and sculptures that take inspiration from the people and paradoxes of his native city of Mumbai. Jitish Kallat pas cher : retrouvez tous les produits disponibles à l'achat dans notre catégorie Art et culture $101,471 Loneliness in Art: Jitish Kallat and Gigi Scaria on its intensity and escape For Jitish Kallat, Frida Kahlo’s The Two Fridas melds imagery of healing and agitation all at once, Gigi Scaria finds in Sudhir Patwardhan’s Balcony a faraway destination that’s as important as one’s breath. Jitish Kallat is an Indian contemporary artist. Free admission. $1,167 Password * Rs 2,26,800 Actu Jitish Kallat. of Deux ans après sa première exposition personnelle à Paris, et dans le sillage de son projet curatorial remarqué pour la Biennale de Kochi-Muziris, l’artiste indien Jitish Kallat revient à la Galerie Templon avec «The Infinite Episode». 102 Retrouvez les œuvres d’art en vente et toutes les informations sur Jitish Kallat (indien, 1974). The punning parenthetical in the title of Jitish Kallat’s virtual exhibition “Circadian Study (contact tracing)” alludes to both its predominant medium, drawing, and, with the now-familiar term for identifying routes of infection, pandemic time. Please sign the Jitish Kallat est un peintre contemporain d'origine indienne, sculpteur et photographe. Rupee coin: 63.5 in (161 cm) Diameter Prints: 17.25 x 22.25 in (46 x 60 cm) (each), Winning bid Jitish Kallat Public notice 2 2007 (detail), The Gene & Brian Sherman Collection, ... Part of Go East: The Gene & Brian Sherman Contemporary Asian Art Collection, presented in partnership with the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation, Sydney. 14 Les bancs prennent la forme de deux aiguilles, celles de la Doomsday Clock, une horloge conceptuelle mise au point pendant la Guerre Froide par des scientifiques américains, … Photo: John Schweikert. Treated in black-lead, ‘Eruda’ ensures that you take back a black stain on your fingers if you choose to touch him; also black-lead is the softest form of carbon while diamond remains the hardest. 12-13 June 2019, Mixed media on paper pasted on mountboard, Winning bid Enterprises show, Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai, 2001 ‘Indian Painting’, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 2001’ Indian Contemporary Fine Arts’, presented by Saffronarts.com, Seven Degrees, California, USA, 2001 ‘New Works’, Gallerie 88, Kolkata and Gallery Sumukha, Bangalore, 2001 ‘Finding the Margins at the Center’, presented by Apparao Galleries, Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA), New Delhi, 2000 ‘Indian Artists at Home in the World’, Presented by The Fine Art Resource, Jehangir Art Gallery,Mumbai, 2000 Exhibition of the Final Nominees for the Sotheby’s Prize, National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA), Mumbai, 2000 ‘The Southern Paradigm’, Lakeeren, Mumbai, 2000 ‘Family Resemblances’, Birla Academy of Art and Culture, Mumbai, 2000 ‘The Mumbai Metaphor’, Tao Art Gallery, Mumbai, 2000 ‘Intersections’, Guild Art Gallery, Artists Centre, Mumbai, 1999 ‘Embarkations’, Sakshi Gallery, Mumbai, 1999 ‘Icons of the Millennium’, Lakeeren, Mumbai, 1999 ‘Legatee-The J. J. 4 Known for a variety of artistic practices, Jitish Kallat aims to express his personal experiences living in Mumbai, by contemplating the relationship between the individual and the masses and by considering the manner in which economic, political and historical events have contributed to the multisensory environment and complexities of life … Rs 7,45,200 ‘, Gallery Chemould, Prithvi Gallery and The Garret, Mumbai, 2018 'Making Art', Piramal Art Museum, Mumbai, 2018 'Riots: Slow Cancellation of the Future', IFA Galleries, Berlin and Stuttgart, 2018 'Asymmetrical Objects', Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum Mumbai City Museum, 2018 'New Presentation of Contemporary Collections', Musée National d'Art Moderne, Centre Pompidou, Paris, 2018 'Vision Exchange: Perspective from India to Canada', Art Gallery of Alberta, and National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, 2017 'India Re-worlded: Seventy years of Investigating a Nation', Gallery Odyssey, Mumbai, 2017 'Age of Terror', Imperial War Museum, London, 2017 'A World in the City: Zoological and Botanic Gardens', IFA Stuttgart, 2016 'Given Time: The Gift and its Offerings', Gallery Odyssey, Mumbai, 2016 'Telling Tales: Excursions in Narrative Form', Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, 2016 'Sacred and Profane', Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth, 2016 'Deconstruction-Reconstruction', Art & Public, Geneva, 2015 Obsession – Maison Particulière, Brussel, 2015 'Postdate: Photography and Inherited History in India', San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA, USA, 2013 'Ideas of the Sublime', presented by Vadehra Art Gallery at Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi, 2012 '2 + 2 = 5', The Palette Art Gallery, New Delhi, 2012 'Mapmakers: The Evolution of Contemporary Indian Art', Aicon Gallery, New York, 2011 'Boundaries Obscured', Haunch of Venison, New York, 2011 'Pause: A Collection', Sakshi Gallery, Mumbai, 2011 'High-Light', presented by Sakshi Gallery, Mumbai at The Oberoi, Gurgaon, 2011 'I Don’t Need Your Money Honey All I Need is Love', from The Farook Collection at Traffic, Gallery II, Dubai, 2010-11 'Monumental', Walsh Gallery, Chicago, 2010 'Orientations: Trajectories in Indian Art', Foundation 'De 11 Lijnen', Oudenburg, Belgium, 2010 'Metropolis', The New Art Gallery Walsall, 2010 'Looking Glass: The Existence of Difference', Twenty Indian Contemporary Artists presented by Religare Arts Initiative, New Delhi in collaboration with American Centre; British Council; Goethe-Institut/ Max Mueller Bhavan, New Delhi, 2010 'Collection Show 2010', Arario Gallery, Seoul, 2010 'Now Through a Glass Darkly', Arario Gallery, New York, 2010 'Changing The World', Arndt & Partner, Berlin, 2010 'A Long Way from Home', Arndt & Partner, Berlin, 2010 'Bring Me A Lion: An Exhibition of Contemporary Indian Art', The Hunt Gallery, St.Louis, Missouri, 2010 'Symbols and Metaphors', Centre of International Modern Art (CIMA), Kolkata, 2009-10 'All That Is Solid Melts Into Air: Indian Contemporary Art in Global Times', Lakeeren, Mumbai, 2009 'Indian Summer', Galerie Christian Hosp, Berlin, 2009 'Architectonica', Seven Art Limited in collaboration with Gallery Nature Morte, New Delhi, 2009 'India Contemporary', GEM, Museum of Contemporary Art, Hague, 2009 'Life is A Stage', Institute of Contemporary Indian Art (ICIA), Mumbai, 2009 'Inaugural Show', Sakshi Gallery, Taipei, 2008-09 'Body Chatter: An Exhibition of Contemporary Indian Art', Walsh Gallery, Chicago, 2008 ‘Everywhere Is War (and Rumors of War)’, Bodhi Art, Mumbai, 2008 ‘Frontlines: Notations from the Contemporary Indian Urban’, BodhiBerlin, Berlin, 2008 ‘Freedom 2008 – Sixty Years of Indian Independence’, Centre for International Modern Art (CIMA), Kolkata, 2008 'Portrait of a Place', Rob Dean Art Gallery, London, 2007-08 ‘India Art Now: Between Continuity and Transformation’, Province of Milan, Milan, 2007-08 ‘Urban Manners’, Contemporary Artists from India, Hangar Bicocca, Milan, 2007 ‘After Shock: Conflict, Violence and Resolution in Contemporary India’, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK, 2007 ‘Soft Power: Asian Attitude’, Zendai Museum of Modern Art, Shanghai, 2007 ‘Horn Please: Narratives in Contemporary Indian Art’, Kunstmuseum Bern, Switzerland, 2007 ‘India: Public Spaces, Private Places’, Contemporary Photography and Video Art, Newark Museum, USA, 2007 ‘New Narratives: Contemporary Art from India’, Chicago Cultural Centre, Chicago, 2006-07 ‘Passages / Contemporary India’, Centre for Fine Arts, Brussels, 2006 ‘Another Worlds’, Arario Gallery, Cheonan, Korea, 2006 ‘Hungry God: Indian Contemporary Art’, Arario Gallery, Beijing and the Busan Museum, Korea, 2006 ‘Made by Indians: L’Art a La Plage’, Galerie Enrico Navarra, Ramatuelle, France, 2005 ‘Indian Summer’, Ecole Nationale Suprieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris, 2005 ‘The Artist Lives and Works in Baroda/Bombay/Calcutta/Mysore/ Rotterdam/ Trivandrum’, House of World Culture, Berlin, 2005 ‘Paths of Progression’, Singapore Tyler Print Institute, Singapore, 2005 ‘Mom and Pop Art’, Walsh Gallery, Chicago, 2005 ‘The Armory Show’, represented by Nature Morte, New York, 2005’ International Painting’, Gallery GBK, Sydney, 2005 Kunst En Oorlod, Kunst en Cultuur Noord-Holland, 2004 ‘The Sacrifice - An Intimate I’, Collection of Henri Swagemakers, Museum De Beyerd, Holland, 2004 ‘Contemporary Art from India’, Thomas Erben Gallery, New York, 2004 ‘Summer Show’, Bose Pacia Gallery, New York, 2004 ‘Art Chicago’, Presented by Walsh Gallery, Chicago, 2004 ‘Masala’, William Benton Museum, University of Connecticut, 2004 ’Zoom! Covering Letter (terranum nuncius) commemorates and reinvokes select sounds and images that were composed for expedition into interstellar space as a planetary message to extraterrestrial life. Further Biographical Context for Jitish Kallat. $27,708 Gandhi's speech; Related events; Education; Related. This also includes works by other critically acclaimed artists, Jesús Herrera Martínez, Miriam Tölke, and Sarah Derat. 12-13 November 2019, Winning bid declaration and fax it back to Saffronart at (91 22) 24321187. 4-5 December 2018, Winning bid Jitish Kallat (b. His monumental sculptures, such as Eruda and Annexe (2006), mythologize India’s urban poor, whom he depicts as both disenfranchised and remarkably resilient. He lives and works in Mumbai, India. View in the … These Lots are not situated in India and therefore, may only be purchased in USD. Saffronart has an ownership interest in lots marked with the symbol . Retrouvez les œuvres d’art en vente et toutes les informations sur Jitish Kallat (indien, 1974). Persons residing in India, wishing to bid in USD must be eligible under the various presented by Brazilian Ministry of Culture and Banco do Brasil at Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil, Rio de Janeiro; Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil, São Paulo; SESC Belenzinho, São Paulo and Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil, Brasília, 2011-12 'Indian Highway', in collaboration with the Serpentine Gallery, London and the Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art, Oslo at MAXXI: Museum of XXI Century Arts, Rome, 2011 'Homespun', Devi Art Foundation, New Delhi, 2011 'Encounters: Journeys through Language and Landscape', Fermynwoods Contemporary Art, Northamptonshire, UK, 2011 'Car Fetish. Covering Letter (terranum nuncius) consists of four main components—immersive audio, illuminative transparencies installed on a large table, sculptural benches, and a solar location map projected as pulsars on … Le Frist Art Museum présente Return to Sender, une exposition d'installations immersives créées par l’artiste indien Jitish Kallat. $1,344 of (Inclusive of buyer's premium), Winning bid India: A New Era of Indian Art', 5th Anniversary Exhibition, Mori Art Museum, Japan, 2008 'India: Public Places, Private Spaces', Contemporary Photography and Video Art, Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, USA, 2008 'GSK Contemporary', Royal Academy of Arts, London, 2008 'The Tropics: Views From The Middle of the Globe', presented by Goethe-Institut and the Ethnological Museum – Staatliche Museen zu Berlin at Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin, 2008 Presented by Chemould Prescott Road at Art Basel Miami, Basel, 2008 Guangzhou Triennale 2008 presented by Bodhi Art, 2008 'SHContemporary 2008', represented by Bodhi Art, 2008 'Art Beijing 2008', Beijing represented by Bodhi Art, 2007 ‘SHContemporary’, Shanghai represented by Bodhi Art, 2007 ‘SHContemporary’, Shanghai represented by Chemould Prescott Road, Mumbai, 2007 Presented by Willem Baars Projects at Art Amsterdam, Amsterdam, 2006 The 5th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art, Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art Brisbane, Australia, 2006 The 6th Gwangju Biennale, Gwangju, Korea, 2005 1st Pocheon Asian Art Triennial, Pocheon, Korea, 2000 ‘Seventh Havana Biennial’, Havana, Cuba, 2000,1999,98 Kunstrai, International Art Fair, Represented by Willem Baars Gallery, Amsterdam, 1999 The First Fukuoka Asian Art Triennial, Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, 1997-96 Harmony Show, Nehru Centre, Mumbai, 1996 ‘Miniature Format Show’, Sans Tache, Mumbai, 1996 ‘Monsoon Show’, Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai, 1995 ‘Varsha '95’, Y. In 1996 Kallat completed his Bachelor in Fine Arts from the Sir J J School of Art, Mumbai. works, Showing B. Chavan Art Gallery, Mumbai, 2003 Young Achiever Award, Provogue-Society, 2001 Indo-American Society’s ‘Young Achiever Award’, 1996-97 Awarded Fellowship at Sir J. J. Certain lots have been marked with the sign 13 Il a été largement exposé par des institutions internationales. "My art is more like a researcher's project who uses quotes rather than an essay,with each painting necessitating a bibliography," Jitish Kallat, while defining his art. Jitish Kallat Né en 1974 à Bombay. Working in a diverse array of materials, Jitish Kallat makes installations, paintin… ©2021 Artnet Worldwide Corporation. (Inclusive of buyer's premium), No Reserve Auction of Modern and Contemporary Art Kader Attia . $10,800 Les œuvres dramatiques, qui engagent à la fois l'esprit et le corps, sont inspirées par des messages historiques qui révèlent à la fois le meilleur et le pire de l'humanité. In 1996 he received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in painting from the Sir Jamsetjee Jeejebhoy School of Art in Mumbai. Collection, Leverkusen and Monheim, Germany, 1998 ‘Artists for a Sustainable World’, Gallery Chemould, Mumbai, 1997 Projektgruppe Stoffwechsel's Innenseite, Kassel, Germany, 1997 ‘50 years of Art in Mumbai’, National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA), Mumbai, 1997 ‘50 years of Freedom of Expression’, R.P.G. Rs 92,718 (Inclusive of buyer's premium), Winning bid Image courtesy of Frist Art Museum, Nashville. Covariance (Sacred Geometry), 2017 - 2018, Rain Study (the hour of the day of the month , 2017, Palindrome/Anagram Painting 6, 2017 - 2018, Palindrome/Anagram Painting 9, 2017 - 2018, Wind Study (the hour of the day of the month , 2015, Recevez les dernières infos sur les événements, les tendances et les personnalités qui façonnent le marché de l’art grâce à notre newsletter quotidienne. Jitish Kallat is a contemporary Indian is a painter, sculptor, photographer, and installation artist best known for work that celebrates the city of Mumbai. 4 Kallat draws from the Golden Record hoisted onto the legendary Voyager 1 and 2 space probes launched by NASA in 1977. with buying through Saffronart please click here. His obsessive use of the self image in his paintings as the main protagonist makes his works autobiographical. Rs 73,320 Need help? User Name is required. Publiée par Prestel à l’automne 2018, la nouvelle monographie de Jitish Kallat revient sur ce parcours. His monumental sculptures, such as Eruda and Annexe (2006), mythologize India’s urban poor, whom he depicts as both disenfranchised and remarkably resilient. Jitish Kallat's art can be found on Artland in the following collection: Jimenez -Colon Collection. Right: Installation view of "Jitish Kallat: Return to Sender" at Frist Art Museum, 2020. . Merci d’indiquer une adresse e-mail valide. $991 (Inclusive of buyer's premium), No Reserve Art Auction 22-23 January 2019, Winning bid Working in a diverse array of materials, Jitish Kallat makes installations, paintings, and sculptures that take inspiration from the people and paradoxes of his native city of Mumbai. Saffronart for further details. 1974) is one of the most dynamic and exciting contemporary artists working today. Jitish Kallat vit et travaille à Mumbai. If you have any other questions, please contact us. Galerie Daniel Templon 1 ; art | EXPO 07 Sep - 02 Nov 2013 The Hour of the Day of the Month of the Season. Kallat’s sculpture has feet shaped like homes, forming the quintessential image of a nomad whose home is where he lays his feet. $3,240 Public Notice 3, a text-based installation conceived for the Grand Staircase of the Art Institute of Chicago by Jitish Kallat, is truly monumental in aim. 21 Aug-5 Nov 2005. works, Showing Tous droits réservés. Please contact A glimpse into Jitish Kallat’s everyday studio process on Art Dubai Portraits, a film series that provides a short perspective into the lives and work-spaces of artists, produced in collaboration with Forward James Filmmakers- Through a wide variety of media including painting, sculpture, photography, video and installation, Kallat converts what has been often described as a poetic chronicle of the cycle of life in a fast-transforming India, into arresting artworks. School of Art, Mumbai. 14 May – 5 Oct 2015. Rs 19,11,852 8-9 November 2016, Winning bid Art in Contemporary India’, Culturgest Museum, Lisbon, 2003 ‘Sub Terrain: artists dig the contemporary’, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, 2003 ‘Drawing Conclusions’, International exhibitions of artist-writers, New York Arts Gallery, 2003 ‘Pictorial Transformations’, National Art Gallery, Malaysia, 2003 ‘Urban Graffiti’, Woolff Gallery, London. Jitish Kallat was born in 1974 in Mumbai, India. (Inclusive of buyer's premium), No Reserve Auction of Modern and Contemporary Art School of Art’, The Fine Art Company, Mumbai, 1999 ‘Young Artists’, National Gallery of Modern Art, Mumbai, 1999 Nature Morte, Mary Place Gallery, Sydney, Australia, 1998 Beaux Arts Magazine's International Exhibition Art of the World 1998, Paris, 1998 ‘Multi Media Art of 90's’, Centre for International Modern Art (CIMA )Gallery, Kolkata, 1998 Jehangir Nicholson Collection, National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA), Mumbai, 1998 The Wilberding Collection, National Gallery of Modern Art, Mumbai, 1998 ‘Indian Contemporary Art’, The R.P.G. Winter Online Auction Location: Entrance court. Enterprises, Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai, 2013 'Palindrome', with Gilbert and George at ARNDT, Singapore, 2003 ‘Hard-Copy’, with Reena Kallat at Gallery 88, Kolkata, 2019 'Modus Operandi II: In-Situ: Artist Studio', India Pavilion at the Venice Biennale, 2019 'Vision Exchange: Perspectives from India to Canada', Winnipeg Art Gallery, Canada; University of Toronto Art Centre, 2018 Asia Pacific Breweries Foundation Singapore Art Prize 2018 Exhibition, Singapore Art Museum, Singapore, 2017 'Transforming Vision: 21st century art from the Pizzuti Collection', Pizzuti Collection, Columbus, Ohio, 2016 Setouchi Triennale, Takamatsu, Japan, 2016 'Art from Elsewhere: International Contemporary Art from UK', Galleries, Arnolfini, Bristol, 2015 'Postdate: Photography and Inherited History of India', organized collaboratively by the San Jose Museum of Art and the Ulrich Museum of Art, Wichita State University, Kansas, 2015 'After Midnight: Indian Modernism to Contemporary India 1947/1997', Queens Museum of Art, New York, 2015 'After Utopia', Singapore Art Museum, 2014 'Busan Biennale 2014: Inhabiting the World', Busan, 2012 'Indian Highway VI', organized in collaboration with the Serpentine Gallery, London, and the Astrup Fearnley Museet, Oslo, Norway at The Ullens Center for Contemporary Art (UCCA), Beijing, 2012 'Migration', presented by ARNDT, Berlin at Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA), Sydney, 2012 ‘To Let the World In: Narrative and Beyond in Contemporary Indian Art’, as part of Art Chennai, Edition II at Lalit Kala Regional Centre, Chennai, 2012 'Art for Humanity', Coomaraswamy Hall, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, Mumbai, 2011-12 'India: Lado a Lado / Arte Contemporânea Indiana (India: Side by Side / Indian Contemporary Art)', part of the Exhibition ÍNDIA! Rs 69,00,000 His monumental sculptures, such as Eruda and Annexe (2006), mythologize India’s urban poor, whom he depicts as both disenfranchised and remarkably resilient. Vit et travaille à Bombay. foreign exchange regulations to make payments overseas. His monumental sculptures, such as Eruda and Annexe (2006), mythologize India’s urban poor, whom he depicts as both disenfranchised and remarkably resilient. Jitish Kallat. For help Jitish Kallat is a contemporary Indian is a painter, sculptor, photographer, and installation artist best known for work that celebrates the city of Mumbai. View Jitish Kallat’s 259 artworks on artnet. (Inclusive of buyer's premium), Contemporary Indian Art: A Selection from the Amaya Collection School of Art, Mumbai, 2020 'Return to Sender', Frist Art Museum, Nashville, 2020 'Terranum Nuncius', Famous Studios, Mumbai, 2019 'Phase Transition', Galerie Templon, Paris, 2018 'Decimal Point', Sperone Westwater Gallery, New York, 2017 'Jitish Kallat: Covariance', Galerie Templon, Brussels, 2017 'Here after Here', National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA), Mumbai, 2016 'Sightings', Chemould Prescott Road, Mumbai, 2015 'The Infinite Episode', Galerie Daniel Templon, Paris, 2013-14 'Epilogue', The San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA, 2013 'The Hour of the Day of the Month of the Season', Galerie Daniel Templon, Paris, 2012-13 'Circa', The Ian Potter Museum of Art, The University of Melbourne, Melbourne, 2012 'Chlorophyll Park', Nature Morte, New Delhi, 2011 'Fieldnotes: Tomorrow Was Here Yesterday', Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum, Mumbai, 2011 'Stations of a Pause', Chemould Prescott Road, Mumbai, 2010 'Public Notice 3', The Art Institute of Chicago, USA, 2010 'The Astronomy of Subway', Haunch of Venison, London, 2008 'Aquasaurus', Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation, Sydney, 2008 'Public Notice 2', Bodhi Art, Singapore, 2008 'Skinside Outside', Arario Gallery, Seoul, 2008 'Universal Recipient', Haunch of Venison, Zurich, 2007 'Sweatopia', Drawings, Paintings, Sculptures, Photographs (2005-07), Bodhi Art and Chemould Prescott Road, Mumbai, 2007 ‘365 Lives’, Arario Gallery, Beijing, 2007 ‘Rickshawpolis - 3’, Gallery Barry Keldoulis, Sydney, 2006 ‘Rickshawpolis - 2’, Spazio Piazza Sempione, Milan, 2005 ‘Rickshawpolis - 1’, Nature Morte, New Delhi, 2005 ‘Panic Acid’, Bodhi Art Gallery, Singapore, 2005 ‘Humiliation Tax’, Gallery Chemould, Mumbai, 2004 ‘The Lie Of The Land’, Walsh Gallery, Chicago, 2004 ‘FAQ’, Art Rotterdam, represented by Willem Baars Art Consultancy, Holland, 2002 ‘First Information Report’, Bose Pacia, New York, 2001 ‘Milk Route’, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi, 2001 ‘General Essential’, Sakshi Gallery, Bangalore, 1999 ‘Private limited-I’, Bose Pacia, New York, 1999 ‘Private limited-II’, Apparao Gallery, Chennai, 1998 ‘Apostrophe’, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi, 1997 ’P.T.O.
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