Residents / India Exchange 2017

  • Ranjeeta Kumari

    India Exchange 2017

    Ranjeeta Kumari did her Bachelors of Fine Arts in painting from College of Arts and Crafts Patna in 2008 and then shifted to Delhi for a junior fellowship by HRD government of India and an a Masters in Fine Arts at the Agra University. She did an Art Appreciation Short Course at the  National Museum, New Delhi. In 2016 she graduated with a Masters in Fine Art (Research Program) School of Humanities and Social Science, Shiv Nadar University.  Her final year graduate project was Hashiya (Margin) shown at Kiran Nadar Museum, Noida.

    In 2014 she was part of And I laid traps for Troubadours a collaboration between Kadist Art Foundation, Paris & Clark House Initiative, Bombay. In 2012 she was part of Sarai Reader 09, a nine month exhibition at Devi Art Foundation curated by Raqs Media Collective. Her solo exhibition Labour of the Unseen – Sujani – Nihilism in the Craft was at Clark House Initiative in 2016. She has been a part of of many group exhibition around the country and has  been nominated for Delfina Residency and short listed for a Pernod Ricard Fellowship at Villa Vassilieff, Paris. She was also part of River with a Thousand Holes, Clark House Initiative, Bombay, curated by Sumesh Sharma and text by Zasha Colah and Guadeloupe Oriental, Clark House as the Collective and Stories My Country Told Me, ACC, Gwangju, South Korea. She was born in Mokama, Bihar in 1983 and is now based in Bombay.