Relation - VI
- Artist Name: B. Das
- Art Details: Acrylic on paper | 7.40 Inch X 10.00 Inch
- Year : 2019
- Status : In Stock
- Authentic: ORIGINAL ARTWORK BY ARTIST
- Product Code: BART259307
- Price: 15000 | 204 $
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Born - 26th September 1967
1992 Fine Arts (Printmaking) degree from Vishwa Bharati University.
2006: Exhibiting Ptg at Geneva, Palace Hilton, from SALON ANNUAL D'ART ARTISTES CONTEMPORAINS
2006: Participating in International Business and Cultural Symposium, at Brussels
1992-1993: Solo shows in Kolkata
1992: Jahangir Art Gallery
1992: Triveni Kala Sangam
1992: M. S. Univesity
2006: Solo show at Badantogast, Black Forest, Oppenua, in Germany
2006: Solo show at L. V Prasad Institute in Bhubaneswar( Eye Hospital)
2006: Solo show at KOLKATA, Princeton Club
2006: Solo Exhibition in Klaipeda, Lithuania
2007: Solo exhibition at Weavers Centre for Ars, Kolkata
2008: Solo exhibition at Bengal Foundation Gallery, Dhaka
2007: Coordinated and escorted a workshop at Vilnius Art School, with 9 Indian students from Kolkata
2008: Painted a mural at Manila, Philippines Awards:
1992: All India 2nd Graphic Award, 1992
1987: Jamini Roy Centenary Award, 1987
1992-93: National Scholarship
An invitation from Ministries of Culture and of Education of France and regional Councils to perform various workshops and shows (5 - 28 March 2004) in Guadeloupe, French West Indies, to celebrate the festival 'Autour Du Tempa Des Poetes"
An innovative self-created audio-visual presentation "Bandish" - a symphony of painting synchronous with music -- at Music World, Kolkata, 2002. Babita did attract peer recognition and connoisseur appreciation being the recipient of some of the most coveted awards, including Residency at Vermont Studio Center, Vermont, USA, 2002.
Her works have found a niche in over a dozen institutional collections and numerous private ones in India and abroad. Noteworthy are Tashkent State Museum; Uzbek Friendship Society; Scindia (erstwhile Indian Princely State) Palace, Gwalior; Ford Foundation New Delhi; Consulate of Netherlands, Kolkata; Williamsburg Museum, New York; and Vermont Studio Center, Johnson,Berlin, Frankfurt, Vilnius, Nida, Klaipeda, Salantai, Kaunas, Palanga, Florence, Rome, Vienna, Japan, Korea, Montreal, Philippines, Dhaka,Beijing