Sarnath Banerjee

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    Sarnath Banerjee, Dragonovid Indica 2020 Watercolour, 29.7 x 21 cm Courtesy the artist

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    Sarnath Banerjee, The Many Half Lives of Vasundhara Rangarajan, 2017 Pen and ink on paper Courtesy of the artist and Project 88, Mumbai

  • View large image Temporary Autonomous Zones, 2012

    Sarnath Banerjee, Temporary Autonomous Zones, 2012 Ink and brush on paper, 20 x 16.5cm Courtesy of the Artist and Project 88, Mumbai

Sarnath Banerjee (b. 1972, Kolkata, IN) lives and works in Berlin, DE. Studied (BSc Hons.) Biochemistry, University of Delhi, IN and (M.A) Image and Communication, Goldsmiths College, University of London, UK (2003). Bellknap Fellowship, History Department, Princeton CAST Fellowship MIT, Boston (2019); awarded Best Young Publisher Award, the British Council (2008); nominated for The Television Network award, Hong Kong for his debut film 12 Years after…on the Bhopal Gas tragedy. Selected solo exhibitions include Spectral times, Bhau Daji Lad Museum, Bombay (2019); Cut Price Paradise, Project 88, Mumbai, (2017); Frieze Art Fair, New York, US (2015); Barwa Khiladi, Project 88, Mumbai, IN (2012);  Frieze Art Fair, London, UK (2009);  Tito Years, Project 88, Mumbai, IN (2008); Complex systems, Karton Gallery, Budapest, HU (2007). Selected group exhibitions: Doublethink: Doublevision, Pera Museum, Istanbul, TR (2017); Tamawuj, Curated by Christine Tohme, Sharjah Biennale , Sharjah (2017);  Habit-co-habit, Curated by Luca Cerizza, Zasha Colah, Pune Biennale (2017); Speak, Lokal, Curated by Daniel Baumann, Kunsthalle, Zürich (2017); Digging Deep, Crossing Far, Kunstrum Kreuzberg/Bethanien, Berlin Setouchi Triennial, Shodoshima Island (2016); Corruption: Everybody Knows, e-flux, New York, US (2015); Being an Island, DAAD, Berlin, DE (2013);  Lines of Control, Johnson Museum, Cornell University, US (2012); Frieze London, with Project 88, Mumbai (2012); Paris-Delhi-Bombay… Centre Pompidou, Paris, FR (2011).

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