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Jatin Das

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Jatin Das was born December 2, 1941 in Mayurbhanj, Orissa, and studied at the Sir J.J School of Art in Bombay under Professor SB Palsikar. He primarily uses oil, watercolor, ink and conte. In a career spanning over fi...

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Jatin Das was born December 2, 1941 in Mayurbhanj, Orissa, and studied at the Sir J.J School of Art in Bombay under Professor SB Palsikar. He primarily uses oil, watercolor, ink and conte. In a career spanning over five decades, his works have been part of several public and private collections in India and abroad. Most notably, he has done several murals and sculpture installations, including a large mural at the Parliament House entitled “Mohenjo Daro to Mahatma Gandhi”, commissioned by the Parliament of India on the occasion of 50 years of India's Independence.

Over the last 45 years, Jatin Das has built a large personal collection of traditional arts, including a rare collection of over 6,500 hand fans that has been exhibited in India and abroad. The J.D. Centre of Arts has been established to house his collection of traditional and contemporary art in Orissa. In addition to charitable donations locally and internationally, the artist actively led the relief and rehabilitation work of a village in Orissa after the super cyclone in 1999.

Jatin Das, a professional contemporary artist, has held over 55 one-man exhibitions both in India and abroad, and has participated in numerous national and international shows and artist camps. He has lectured extensively at innumerable art and architectural colleges and museums on contemporary and traditional art forms, and acts as an advisor to many government and private art and cultural bodies.


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  • BIODATA

  • About Artist

    Jatin Das was born December 2, 1941 in Mayurbhanj, Orissa, and studied at the Sir J.J School of Art in Bombay under Professor SB Palsikar. He primarily uses oil, watercolor, ink and conte. In a career spanning over five decades, his works have been part of several public and private collections in India and abroad. Most notably, he has done several murals and sculpture installations, including a large mural at the Parliament House entitled “Mohenjo Daro to Mahatma Gandhi”, commissioned by the Parliament of India on the occasion of 50 years of India's Independence.

    Over the last 45 years, Jatin Das has built a large personal collection of traditional arts, including a rare collection of over 6,500 hand fans that has been exhibited in India and abroad. The J.D. Centre of Arts has been established to house his collection of traditional and contemporary art in Orissa. In addition to charitable donations locally and internationally, the artist actively led the relief and rehabilitation work of a village in Orissa after the super cyclone in 1999.

    Jatin Das, a professional contemporary artist, has held over 55 one-man exhibitions both in India and abroad, and has participated in numerous national and international shows and artist camps. He has lectured extensively at innumerable art and architectural colleges and museums on contemporary and traditional art forms, and acts as an advisor to many government and private art and cultural bodies.


  • Academics

    1957-62 Sir J. J School of Art, Mumbai

  • Exhibitions



    SOLO EXHIBITIONS
    2011 Galleri Astley, Uttersberg, Sweden
    2011 Lalit Kala Akademi, Chandigarh
    2011 Red Art Gallery, Collaboration Gallery Art & Soul, Baroda and Mumbai
    2011 Ahmedabad ni Gufa, Collaboration Gallery Art & Soul, Ahmedabad, Gujarat
    2011 Red Earth Gallery, Collaboration Gallery Art & Soul, Vadodara, Gujarat
    2011 Jawahar Kala Kendra, Collaboration Gallery Art & Soul, Jaipur, Rajasthan
    2010 Museum Gallery, presented by Gallery Art & Soul, Mumbai
    2009 The Artists Alley Gallery, San Francisco, USA
    2009 Chelsea Arts Club, London, UK
    2009 Visual Arts Gallery, India Habitat Centre, Delhi
    2007 Jehangir Art Gallery, Presented by Art & Soul Gallery, Mumbai
    2007 AIFACS Gallery, Paintings done in Greece, Presented by ICCR, New Delhi
    2007 CIMA Gallery, Kolkata: ‘Charged Figures’
    2006 Rabindra Bhawan Gallery Presented by Indus Gallery, Delhi: ‘Journeys across Foreign Lands
    2006 1X1 Art Space, Dubai
    2005 Archaeological Museum, Thessaloniki, Greece
    2002 Retrospective: 40 years of Drawings, AIFACS, Delhi
    2002 National Gallery of Modern Art and Cymroza Art Gallery, Mumbai
    2001 Works on paper Art Today (C.P.), New Delhi
    1999 Body Spirited, India Habitat Centre, Delhi
    1996 Crimson, The Art Resource, Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath, Bangalore
    1995, 87 Jehangir Art Gallery, Bombay
    1994 A Retrospective: Government Museum and Art Gallery, Chandigarh
    1993 Heads, Le Corbusier Art Gallery, Alliance Francaise, Chandigarh
    1993 Cymroza Art Gallery, Bombay
    1992 “Woman of Clay” AIFACS galleries, New Delhi
    1992 Tribhovandas Bhimji Zaveri Presentation, AIFACS, New Delhi
    1986 Birla Academy of Art and Culture, Calcutta
    1968-90 Rabindra Bhavan Gallery, LKA Retrospective Show, New Delhi
    1985 ‘Times of India’ Man and Woman” Presentation. Shridharani Art Gallery, New Delhi
    1983 Sarla Art Centre, Madras
    1982, 73, 68, 66, 65 Taj Art Gallery, Bombay
    1979 Urja Art Gallery, Baroda
    1979 Hutheesing Visual Art Centre, Ahmedabad
    1978 Arts 38 Gallery, London
    1978, 76, 73, 70, 68 Kumar Art Gallery, Hansalaya, New Delhi
    1978 Werl. Pastorat a.d Johanniskirche, “Zeitgenossische Ind., Kunst,” West Germany
    1977 Freinsheim an der Weinstrasse, Surya Gallery, West Germany
    1977 Studio, Private Show, Drawings, New Delhi
    1975 The Garden Gallery, Loughborough, UK
    1975 Commonwealth Institute Art Gallery, London
    1975 City Museum and Art Gallery, Birmingham, UK
    1975 Hotel Kempinski, West Berlin, West Germany
    1975 Schloss Bellevue, Kassel, West Germany
    1975 Bharat Verein e.V., Frankfurt, West Germany
    1975 Gallery de Sphinx, Amsterdam
    1974 Shridharani Art Gallery, New Delhi
    1974 Studio, Private Show, New Delhi
    1974 Pundole Art Gallery, Bombay
    1967 Rourkela, Max Mueller Bhavan, Orissa
    1966 Panjim, Institute Menezes Braganza, Goa
    1965 Gallery Chemould, Calcutta
    1962 Private Show, Alyque & Pearl Padamsee, Bombay
    1964 Bhubaneshwar, Rabindra Mandap, Orissa
    1964 Jehangir Art Gallery, Bombay
    1962 Indo-American Society Gallery, Bombay
    1962 Cuttack, Nari Seva Sangha Hall, Orissa
    1962 Sturenkatu, Helsinki, Finland
    1962 Sir J.J. School of Arts, Bombay

    PARTICIPATIONS
    2011 National Graphic Show, Mumbai
    2011 Popular Publication, Tao Gallery, Mumbai
    2011 Kumar Gallery, Celebration, New Delhi
    2001 Indian Habitat Centre, Gujarat Earthquake, Organized by VHAI, New Delhi
    1992 IV Bharat Bhavan Biennale of Contemporary Indian Art (award), Bhopal
    1985 2nd Biennale, Cuba, Havana
    1985 3rd Asian Biennale, Bangladesh
    1984 Tokyo Biennale, the 15th International Art Show, Japan
    1982 VII British International Print Biennale, Bradford, UK
    1971, 76 & 78 2nd, 3rd and 4th Triennial India, Delhi
    1978 Venice Biennale, Italy
    1976 All India Fine Arts Crafts Society (AIFACS), National Show of Portraits (award), Delhi
    1972 All India Graphics Show, Group 8, Delhi
    1971 Septieme Biennale de Paris, France
    1965 The Bombay Art Society (Governor’s Award), Bombay
    1962 Maharashtra State Art Exhibition, Archer Jehangir Art Academy, Bombay

  • Award & Recognition

    2010 Conferred the D. Litt. (Honoris Causa), Ravenshaw University, Orissa
    2007 Order of the Star of Italian Solidarity Italian Government, Italian President Award, New Delhi
    2007 Bharat Nirman Award
    2007 Seminar Management Institution, Bhubaneswar
    2007 Conferred the D.Litt. (Honoris Causa), Utkal University of Culture, Bhubaneswar
    2006 Utkala Awards by Bengal Governor, Kolkata


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