Art Info :: Monart Gallerie Care & Conservation :: Monart Gallerie Contact :: Monart Gallerie Guestbook :: Monart Gallerie How To Order :: Monart Gallerie Login :: Monart Gallerie Website Guide :: Monart Gallerie Blog :: Monart Gallerie
  By Artist Name
Artist's Profile
Indrapramit Roy
Indrapramit Roy-Monart Gallerie - Indian Artists Gallery Indrapramit Roy was born at Calcutta in 1964. He studied printmaking (BFA) at the Visva-Bharati University of Santiniketan and painting (MFA) at the Faculty of Fine Arts of M.S. University of Baroda, India. Subsequently he was awarded Inlaks Scholarship to study MA Painting (1990-92) at the Royal College of Art, London, which also included a term each at Cite des Arts, Paris and Hochschule der Kunst, Berlin.

Indrapramit has shown extensively in Delhi, Bombay, Calcutta, Bangalore and Chennai in group and solo shows. He has had 15 solo shows, over 70 Group shows and several art camps and workshops to his credit.
His last five solo shows were in The University of the Arts, Philadelphia in 2004-05, Anant Art Gallery, New Delhi in 2006 and Aicon gallery, Palo Alto, CA, May 2007 and Pundole Art Gallery, Mumbai, February 2008 and Anant Art Gallery, New Delhi, again in march 2009. He has taken part in Group shows in London, Berlin, New York, Melbourne and Yangon and has represented India in Asian Art Exhibition in Macao and the Cairo Biennale, Cairo.

Indrapramit is the recipient of Kanoria Centre Fellowship (1989), Inlaks fellowship (1990-92) to study at RCA, London, Junior Research Fellowship (1993-95) from the Government of India and most recently the Fulbright fellowship (2004-5) for six months to the USA.

Indrapramit also designs books for children and young adults. His recent illustrations include ‘Antigone’, ‘King Oedipus’, ‘Bacchae’ and ‘Hippolytus’: four retellings of Greek tragedies produced by Tara publishing, Chennai and published by the Getty Museum, Los Angeles. ‘Antigone’ won the best book design award in New York book fair, 2002 and ‘Bacchae’ got the Association of American Museum Publishers’ Award in 2005. ‘Hungry Lion’ published by Annick press, Canada won the Alcuin Award in 1998.

Indrapramit’s other interests include writing on art. He has contributed for art magazines and exhibition catalogues. He has also designed stage for the oldest non-profit theatre group in India ‘Bohurupee’, Kolkata and for the World Social forum held at Bombay in 2004.
He has been teaching painting at his alma mater Faculty of Fine Arts, MSU of Baroda since 1995.
View All
© copyright 2008-2011 Mon Art Gallerie. All rights reserved. Designed and Developed by Serenus Infotech. Maintained by Supertron Infotech
SEO by dharma.h