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Ranbir Kaleka

Artist
New Delhi, India
1953

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SOLO EXHIBITIONS
• 2012 Volte Gallery & Saffron Art Gallery, ‘Ranbir Kaleka “Fables”, Delhi
• 2010 Volte Gallery, ‘Sweet Unease’, Mumbai
• 2009 Bose Pacia Gallery, ‘Reading Man’, New York
• 2008 Bose Pacia Gallery, ‘Fables from the House of Ibaan: stage - I’, New York
• 2007 Spertus Museum, ‘Consider’, Multi-media installation commissioned for permanent display, Chicago
• 2005 Bose Pacia Gallery, ‘Crossings’, New York
• 1995 ArtToday Gallery, New Delhi, India
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
• 2012 Volte Gallery, ‘Your Name is different there’, Mumbai
• Art Stage Singapore, Special Project, Singapore
• Tel Aviv Museum of Art, ‘Deconstructing India’, Isreal
• Lalit Kala Regional Centre, ‘To Let the World In: Narrative and Beyond in Contemporary Indian Art’, Chennai, India
• 2011 Guangdon Museum, ‘Back to Basics - The Museum Per Se’, 4th Guangzhou Triennial, Guangzhou, China
• Pearl Lam Fine Art, ‘Window in the Wall: India and China – Imaginary Conversations’, Shanghai, China
• Latitude 28 ‘In the Illusion of Each Day’, Delhi, India
• MediaArtLab, ‘Expanded Cinema’, Moscow
• Prague Biennale 5, Prague BIennale Photo 2, ‘Crossroads: India Escalate’, Prague, Czech Republic • Lalit Kala Akademi, ‘Tolstoy Farm - Archive of Utopia’, New Delhi
• Vancouver Biennale and Surrey Art Gallery, ‘In Transition: New Art from India’, Vancouver, Canada
• Singapore Art Museum, ‘Comtemporary Masterpieces from Private Collection’, Singapore
• The New Asia Pacific Contemporary Art Fair, Singapore
• India Art Summit, respresented by Volte Gallery, New Delhi
• 2010 MOCA Taipei, ‘Finding India, Art for the New Century’, Teipei, Taiwan
• Sakshi Annual Exhibition, Taipei, Taiwan
• Hong Kong Art Fair, represented by Sakshi Gallery, Hong Kong
• Hangar Bicocca, spazio d’arte contemporanea, ‘Urban Manners’, Milan
• SESC Pompeia, ‘Urban Manners 2’, Sao Paulo
• Arario Gallery, ‘Weight of Floating Time’, Cheonan, Korea, Seoul
• ‘Project’ 35’, (selection by 35 international curators, touring internationally), Dec 2010 - Feb 2011
• Cervantes Institute, ‘Imaging Asia’, New Delhi
• Lalit Kala Akademi (National Academy of Art), ‘Delhi’, New Delhi
• Lalit Kala Akademi, Gallery Espace, ‘Marvelous Reality’, New Delhi
• 2009 Seoul Convention Centre, Sakshi Gallery, Korea
• ESSL Museum, ‘Chalo! India: A New Era of Indian Art’, Vienna, Austria
• National Museum of Contemporary Art, ‘Chalo! India: A New Era of Indian Art’, Korea
• Mori Art Musuem, ‘Chalo! India: A New Era of Indian Art’, Toyko, Japan
• Museo Fundación Cristóbal Gabarrón, ‘Indi Dialogue. Arte experimental de la India’, Valladolid, Spain
• IVAM - Institut Valencià d’Art Modern, ‘India Moderna’, Valencia, Spain
• CASA ASIA, ‘Indian Narrative in the 21st Century: Between Memory and History’, Madrid & Barcelona, Spain
• Birla Academy of Art and Culture, ‘Astonishment of Being’, Kolkata
• 2008 16th Biennale of Sydney, Revolutions-Forms That Turn, Sydney, Australia.
• Mori Art Museum, ‘Chalo! India - A New Era of Indian Art’, Tokyo, (tour: National Museum of Contemporary Art, • Korea; 2009: ESSL Museum, Vienna, Austria)
• Asian Contemporary Art Fair, New York, ‘Simulasian: Refiguring “Asia” for the 21st Century’, New York
• Devi Art Foundation, ‘Still Moving Image’, Gurgoan, Harayana, India.
• Anant Art Gallery, ‘Machanisms of Motion’, New Delhi
• Soulflower Gallery, ‘The Ethics of Encounter’, Bangkok, Thailand
• 2007 Kunstmuseum Bern, ‘Horn Please - The Narrative in Contemporary Indian Art’, Bern, Switzerland
• Hangar Bicocca, spazio d’arte contemporanea, ‘Urban Manners’, Milan
•Chicago Cultural Institute, ‘New Narratives - Contemporary Art from India’, Chicago, (tour: Salina Art Center, Salina,
• Kansas; Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University, New Jersey)
• Newark Museum, ‘Public Places, Private Spaces’, Contemporary Photography and Video Art’, New Jersey, (tour: Minneapolis Institute of Arts ,Minneapolis)
• 2006 Art Basel, ‘Art Video Lounge’, curated show by Michael Rush, Maimi Beach
• Arario Gallery, ‘Hungry God’, Beijing, China, (tour: Museum of Modern Art, Busan, Korea; Art Gallery of Ontario,Toronto)
• National Gallery of Modern Art, ‘Edge of Desire’, New Delhi, (tour: Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive,Berkeley, California)
• 2005 Venice Biennale, ‘iCon - India Contemporary’, Venice, Italy
• Lalit Kala Akademi, Golden Jubilee, New Delhi
• Osians, ‘Revisualising India’, New Delhi
• Gallery Arts India, ‘Herwitz 100’, New York
• 2004 Residency at Sally & Don Lucas Artists Programs, Montalvo Arts Center, California
• Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles ‘LA FREEWAVES 9th Biennial Festival of Film, Video and New Media- How Can You Resist?’, Los Angles; (tour: Center for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv, Israel; cheLA (Corriente Hipermediatica
• Experimental Latinoamericana), Buenos Aires, Argentina; Huffmans House, Encuentro Internacional de Espacios Independientes; Valparaiso, Chile)
• The Art Gallery Of Western Australia, ‘Edge Of Desire’, Perth, Australia, (tour: Queens Museum of Modern Art,Queens, NY; The Asia Society, New York; Museo Tamayo, Mexico City; Marco, Monterrey/MX; National Gallery of Modern Art, Mumbai)
• Culturgest-Lisbon, ‘Zoom!’, Portugal
• Walsh Gallery, ‘Visual Performance’, Chicago
• Sakshi Gallery, ‘After Dark’, Mumbai
• 2003 10th Biennial of Moving Images, Centre for Contemporary Images, Saint-Gervais, Genéve, Switzerland
• Nation Museum of Modern Art, ‘diVERGE’, Mumbai
• Apeejay Media Gallery, ‘Liminal Zones’, Delhi
• House of World Culture, ‘BODY•CITY, Siting Contemporary Culture in India’, Berlin, Germany
• Museum of Contemporary Art, Merida, ‘Interactive A03’, Biennale for New Media Art, Yucatan, Mexico
• Grantpirrie, ‘An Apparent Calm’, Sidney
• Video Roadshow, Mumbai
• British Council, ‘Root en Route’, New Delhi, Chennai; Sakshi Gallery, Mumbai, Bangalore
• 2002 KHOJ, International Workshop in Mysore, India
• Kunsthalle Wien, ‘Kapital & Karma’, Vienna
• Apeeyay Media Gallery, ‘Private Mythologies - Sound and video works of the personal and the political’, New Delhi
• Nature Morte, ‘PhotoSphere’, New Delhi
• 2001 Art Today, ‘Rare and Unusual Paintings’, New Delhi
• 2000 Alliance Francaise, ‘Silen TV video lounge’, (with Michel Mallard, Olivier Reneau & Denis Chevalier), New Delhi
• Public Art Project, ‘Images for a Hundred Lamp Posts’, Ealing, London
• Indo-Austrian Art Projects in Public Space, ‘Boxwallahs’, The DeEgo-Cube, Gurgaon, Haryana
• Sakshi Gallery, ‘Embarkations-The Millennium Show’, Mumbai
• Max Mueller, ‘Art and Technology’, Mumbai
• 1999 Expo 2000, artistic consultant, Basic Needs Pavilion, Hannover Germany
• British Council, ‘Edge of the Century’, New Delhi
• 1998 Public mural for Thames Trains at Southall Station, London commission - Ealing and the European Union Fund
• 1997 Open Drawing Competition Exhibition, Cheltenham and North England
• 1996 Smith Jariwala Gallery, ‘Indian Winter’, London
• Pitshanger Manor Gallery, ‘First Sight’, London
• 1994 Royal Academy, ‘Summer Exhibition’, invited Artist, London
• Gallery Espace, ‘Drawing’94’, New Delhi
• Connaught Brown Gallery, The Affordable Art Company Exhibition, London
• 1988 Gallery Chemould, ‘Seventeen Indian Painters’, Bombay
• 1987 Robert Hull Fleming Museum, ‘Contemporary Indian Art’, University of Vermont, Burlington, USA
• Halle Sud, ‘Coup De Coeur, Festival of Indian Art’, Geneva, Switzerland
• 1986 Bucknell University, Contemporary Indian Art, Lewisburg, Pennsylvania
• 1985 Grey Art Gallery, Contemporary Indian Art, New York University, New York
• 1984 Sahitya Kala Akademi, Painting Camp, Sohna, Haryana, India
• 1983 World Punjabi Writers Conference, Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture, New Delhi
• 1982 Lalit Kala Academy, Fifth Triennale India, New Delhi
• Royal Academy of Arts, Contemporary Indian Art, London
• Museum of Modern Art, ‘India - Myth and Reality’, Oxford

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