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Arpana Caur



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SHOWS WITH ART ALIVE GALLERY
ART NOW'17
 25th November 2017 - 15th January 2018
 

25th - 30th November
Lalit Kala Akademi, Copernicus Marg, New Delhi

 

1st - 15th January
Art Alive Gallery, S - 221, Panchsheel Park, New Delhi



ART NOW
 1st December 2016 - 31st December 2016
 

Art Alive Gallery

S - 221, 

Panchsheel Park

New Delhi - 110017



India Art Fair - 2015
 29th January 2015 - 31st January 2015
 

Booth B - 9, Hall no 1, NSIC Exhibition GROUNDS, Okhla, New Delhi



Art Celebrates 2010!
 Curated by Rupika Chawla
 1st October 2010 - 15th September 2010
 

Lalit Kala Akademi Galleries

Rabindra Bhavan, 35 Ferozeshah Road

New Delhi - 110001



Think Small!
 Presented by Art Alive Gallery
 10th September 2009 - 26th September 2009
 

Art Alive Gallery
S-221, Panchsheel Park
New Delhi - 110017



Eclectic Juncture
 Presented by Art Alive Gallery
 1st June 2009 - 20th June 2009
 Art Alive Gallery
S-221, Panchsheel Park
New Delhi - 110017


Tatva
 11th June 2006 - 17th June 2006
 V & A Museum, London



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Biography

Born 1954. Exhibited since 1974 across the globe. Solos in Delhi, Mumbai, Calcutta, Bangalore, Chennai, London, Glasgow, Berlin, Amsterdam, Singapore, Munich, New York and in Stockholm and Copenhagen National Museum. Her work can be seen in Museums of Modern Art in Delhi, Mumbai, Chandigarh, Dusseldorf, Singapore, Bradford, Stockholm, Hiroshima, Peabody Essex Boston, MOCA L.A, Brooklyn, Bharat Bhawan Bhopal & Victoria and Albert Museum London. Awarded a gold medal in VIth International Triennele 1986 in Delhi. Was commissioned by Hiroshima Museum of Modern Art for work for its permanent collection for its 50th anniversary 1995, and by Bangalore and Hamburg to do large non­commercial murals in public spaces. Since 1981 she did three large non-commercial murals in Delhi and one in Kathmandu. She has a concern for environment, time, spirituality, condition of women and growing violence in the world, rooted in the language of ancient Indian Sculptures and Miniatures.



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