Jitish Kallat

Date Of Birth: 1974

Education:
1990-96 B.F.A. (painting), Sir J.J.School of Art, Mumbai
1996-97 Fellow at the Sir J.J. School of Art, Mumbai

Solo Exhibitions:
2002 – First Information Report, Bose Pacia, New York
2001 – Milk Route, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi
2001 – General Essential, Sakshi Gallery, Bangalore
2000 – Ibid. , Gallery Chemould, Mumbai
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. , Gallery Chemould, Prithvi Gallery and The Garret, Mumbai

Selected Group Exhibitions:
2002 – India: Contemporary Art from Northeastern Private Collection, Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, New Jersey
2002 – Navarasa, India Habitat Center, New Delhi, Curator: Alka Pande
2002 – Perspecta, Organised by Gallery 88, Rossi and Rossi Gallery, London, Curator: Arun Ghose
2002 – Clicking into Place, Organised by Japan Foundation at the Sakshi Gallery, Mumbai, Curator: Ranjit Hoskote
2002 – Cinema Still, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi Curator: Gayatri Sinha
2002 – Mela, an R.P.G. Enterprises show, Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai
2001 – Century City, Tate Modern, London, Curators: Geeta Kapur & Ashish Rajadhyaksha
2001 – Indian Painting, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Curator: Haema Sivanesan
2001 – Indian Contemporary Fine Arts, presented by Saffronarts.com, Seven Degrees, California, USA
2001 – New Works, Gallerie 88, Calcutta and Gallery Sumukha, Bangalore
2001 – Finding the Margins at the Center, presented by Apparao Galleries, IGNCA, New Delhi
2000 – Seventh Havana Biennial, Havana, Cuba, Curator: Hilda Maria Rodriguez
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, N.G.M.A., Mumbai
2000 – The Southern Paradigm, Lakeeren, Mumbai
2000-’99-’98 – Kunstrai, International Art Fair, Represented by Willem Baars Gallery, Amsterdam
2000 – Family Resemblances, Birla Academy of Art and Culture, Mumbai, Curator: Ranjit Hoskote
2000 – The Mumbai Metaphor, Tao Art Gallery, Mumbai, Curator: Anupa Mehta
2000 – Intersections, Guild Art Gallery, Artists Centre, Mumbai, Curator: Ranjit Hoskote
1999 – Embarkations, Sakshi Gallery, Mumbai, Curator:Yashodhara Dalmia
1999 – Icons of the Millenium, Lakeeren, Mumbai
1999 – Legatee-The J.J.School of Art, The Fine Art Company, Mumbai
1999 – Young Artists, National Gallery of Modern Art, Mumbai
1999 – The First Fukuoka Asian Art Triennale, Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, Japan, Curator: Kuroda Raiji
1999 – Nature Morte, Mary Place Gallery, Sydney, Australia, Curator: Peter Nagy
1998 – Beaux Arts Magazine’s International Exhibition Art of the World 1998, Paris
1998 – Multi Media Art of 90’s, CIMA Gallery, Calcutta
1998 – Cryptograms, Lakeeren, Mumbai
1998 – Jehangir Nicholson Collection, National Gallery of Modern Art, Mumbai
1998 – The Wilberding Collection, National Gallery of Modern Art, Mumbai
1998 – SPIN, Sakshi Gallery, Mumbai
1998 – Indian Contemporary Art, The R.P.G. collection, Leverkusen and Monheim, Germany
1998 – Artists for a Sustainable World, Gallery Chemould, Mumbai
1997 – Projektgruppe Stoffwechsel’s Innenseite, Kassel, Germany, Curator: Hamdi El Attar
1997 – 50 years of Art in Mumbai, National Gallery of Modern Art, Mumbai, Curator: Saryu Doshi
1997 – 50 years of Freedom of Expression, R.P.G. Enterprises, Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai
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.B.Chavan Art Gallery, Mumbai

Honours & Awards:
2002 – Harmony Award
2001 – Indo-American Society’s Young Achiever Award
2001 – Sanskriti Award
1996-97 – Awarded Fellowship at Sir J.J.School of Art, Mumbai
1996 – K.K. Hebbar Art Foundation Award
1996 – Govt. First Prize, Sir J.J.School of Art, Mumbai

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