Priyanka Bhattacharjee was born in the late nineties in Kolkata and brought up in a family of creative practitioners.
Priyanka Bhattacharjee is a B.Tech in Electronics and Communication and Masters in Museology, Studied certificate course on Art Appreciation (from prehistoric to contemporary art of India and oriental art) at Arts Acre under the most renowned faculties from across India. She did her foundation course in art conservation at NRLC Lucknow ( National Research Laboratory for Conservation of Cultural Properties ) She was a participating member of the capacity building program, a collaboration between MAXXI Museum Italy and KCC Kolkata 2019.
She is a self-professed painter and also closely working with renowned painters from around Kolkata. She is a photographer and an independent creative practitioner specially engaged with nature and land art practices. She has worked with some of the most eminent clay and paper making artists around India. Worked with traditional potters and artisans around her local surroundings. Apart from the aforesaid mediums she is also closely working with other mediums namely painting, printmaking, digital graphics to jot down a few.
A participating artist of Creative Commune India's ongoing nature and land art project on wetland conservation. Creative contributor to an upcoming artist initiative – Studio Nxt in Kolkata, India. . Her project on nature art was shown in the Project Exhibition in South Korea 2017 ….Solo Exhibit at Arts Acre (art fair) Kolkata, India 2017…..Her ‘Cubed Nature’ a sculptural work with natural material was shown at the Biennale show, South Korea 2018 . She was an invited artist for the Frida Kahlo show at Gallery Art Exposure Kolkata 2018. Her papermaking artworks has been as a part of an Art Fair at KCC (Kolkata Center for Creativity) 2019.
She is a regular contributor to one of the important art journals of India, ‘Art Fact’ published from one of the premier Art institutions of India – Arts Acre Foundation for Arts.
Her project writing on nature art has been exhibited and published in South Korea in 2017.
She has also contributed Art Review for Mojarto in collaboration with Arts Illustrated.
She is a transboundary practitioner having an educational background in engineering, museum and art; these transboundary education and identities laid the solid foundation of originality in her works.
She lives and works from Kolkata, India.