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SOLO EXHIBITION

2012

· Volte Gallery, Mumbai

2011

· Jehangir art gallery ,Mumbai

2006

· Show at Jehangir Art Gallery, organized by Bombay Art Gallery, Mumbai.

2005

· 'The Sheltering Sky' Gallery – 7, Mumbai.

2002

· Hacienda Art Gallery, Mumbai.

2002

· Show at Citi Bank Nariman Point, organized by Citi Bank, Mumbai.

2001

· Show at Jehangir Art Gallery, organized by Bombay Art Gallery, Mumbai.

1998

· Sans Tache Art Gallery, Mumbai.

1996

· 'First Solo Show' at Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai.

GROUP SHOWS

 

2017

· FORM: FLOW, Amar Gallery, London

2012

· Panch Sena, Seema Art Gallery, Kolkata

2008

· 'Reduced to Essentials-II' 2 person show with sculptor Madan Lal at Bombay Art Gallery, Mumbai.

2008

· 'Art Beat' a contemporary Indian Art Show at the Shrine Gallery, New Delhi. 

2007

· 'Abstract 2007' at Red Earth , New Delhi. 

2007

· 'Coming Together' at faculty of Fine Arts M.S. Univercity of Baroda organized by Creative Urge, Baroda. 

2006

· Breathing Spaces… 2 Person show at NCPA Modern Art Gallery, organized by Bombay Art Gallery, Mumbai. 

2007 & 2006

· 'Havest' Arushi Arts, New Delhi. 

2005

· 'Abstraction – is Alive & Kiking' curated by Himansu Desai, Gallery Beyond, 

2005

· 'Present Future' N.G.M.A. Mumbai.

2005

· 'Creative Collabration: Extending Frame' curated by Niyatee Shinde at Kitab Mahal, Mumbai. 

2004 & 2002

· 'Ideas & Images' N.G.M.A., Mumbai. 

2002

· 'Festival of Contemporary Art 1999-2000, 2 person show with Rajendra Dhavan, at Gallery -7, Mumbai. 

2002

· 'Mumbai Musigns' show at Habitat Art Center New Delhi. Organized by Gallery beyond, Mumbai.

2002

· '6 + 2' L.K.A. Art, Gallery, New Delhi. 

2000

· 'Mumbai magazine show' Artist choice section - selected by S. H. Raza. Art & Technology section through Gallery -7, at N.G.M.A., Mumbai. 

2000

· 'Kala Ghoda Festival' Museum shop - functional Art objects by contemporary Artist, organized by 'Osmosis' at N.G.M.A, Mumbai. 

1998

· 'Essays in Time' at Nehru Centre Art Gallery, organized by 'Osmosis' Mumbai.

1997

· 'Art for Ashraya' Bangalore. 

1997

· 50 years of Art in Mumbai 1947 – 1997, N.G.M.A. Mumbai. 

1996

· Invity 'Sixth Biennale' Bharat Bhavan, Bhopal. 

1995

· 'Xal Praxis Foundation' Limited Edition Graphic Prints show, Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai. 

1996-2009

· 'Miniature Format' Sans Tache Art Gallery Mumbai. 

1992

· Monsoon Show organized by Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai.

CAMP

2012

· Art Camp at Uttarayan Arts Centre, Baroda

2009

· Art Camp at Onida, Khandala

2007

· Artist Camp at Singapore-Thailand, organized by 'Art Home' Baroda. . 

2007

· Artist Camp at Baroda, organized by Creative Urge, Baroda. 

2007

· Artist Camp at Khandala, organized by onida T.V., Mumbai.

2002

· Artist Camp at 'Khajuraho' organized by M.P. Tourism & Adivasi Kala Parishad, Bhopal.

AWARDS

2004 & 1992

· The Bombay Art Society, Mumbai. 

1992

· S.C.Z.C.C. Nagpur. 

1992

· State of Art Maharashtra 

1992

· L.S. Raheja School of Art Annual Exhibition Award 

COLLECTIONS

· Lalit Kala Academi, New Delhi. 
· N.G.M.A. New Delhi. 
· Roopankar Museum, Bharat Bhavan, Bhopal.  
· S.C.Z.C.C. Nagpur & many other collection in India & Abroad.

EDUCATION

1992

· Diploma in Fine Art L.S. Raheja School of Art, Mumbai.

PANDIT KHAIRNAR

About the Artist

Born in 1968, Pandit Khairnar received his Diploma in Art Teaching in Aurangabad in 1989, after which he received another Diploma in Fine Arts from the L.S. Raheja School of Art, Mumbai, in 1992. 

As an artist, Khairnar has always been interested in the aspect of ‘time, space and form’, but his work is not so much about these concerns as they are about what he observes and how he perceives the world around him. Through deep contemplation of these experiences, there comes a transformation of what is perceived, and these wordly experiences take a visual form. His work is often mistakenly seen as abstract/non-representational, but he strongly believes that if his works were to be categorised, they should be instead seen as representational, though they are devoid of ‘images of human figure or any recognisable forms'.

Artist CV