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  • Artist Name: Siraj Saxena
  • Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
  • Size: 36 Inch X 36 Inch
  • Year: 2023
  • Status: In Stock
  • Product Code: BART774659
  • Price: | 1 $

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Artist Resume

Siraj Saxena

1974 Mhow India


1996 Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA), Government Institute of Fine Arts, Indore


2007 Nishabd, Reflections Art Gallery, Indore
2004 Homage to Unknown Sculptor of Khajuraho, Indus Ind Art Gallery, Chandigarh.
2002 Studio - 55, New Delhi.
2002 Kavita-Shilpa, An Exhibition of Pottery, India International Centre, New Delhi.
2002 Homage to Unknown Sculptor of Khajuraho, Triveni Art Gallery, New Delhi.
1996 Khajuraho Through the Eyes of Siraj, Deolalikar Art Gallery, Indore.
1995 Deolalikar Art Gallery, Indore.
1993 Taj Art Gallery, Indore


2003 Madhsurja, India International Centre (IGNAC), New Delhi.


2010 Gandhi Through the Eyes of the Artists, presented by Progressive Art Gallery at Galerie Romain Rolland, New Delhi
2009 Entity, in association with Asian Academy of Film & Television at M.E.C. Art Gallery, New Delhi
2007 A Matter of Forms, Samanvai Art Gallery, Jaipur
2007 Endearing Palette, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi
2006 Absolute Abstract, The Taj, West End, Bangalore
2006 Synergy in Call of Destiny, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi
2006 Different Strokes, Polka Art Gallery, New Delhi
2006 Nine, Polka Art Gallery, New Delhi
2006 Primal Force, Centre for International Modern Art (CIMA), Kolkata
2006 Gimme Red, Polka Art Gallery, New Delhi
2005 Collective Spaces 05, M.E.C. Art Gallery, New Delhi.
2005 Aseem, Alliance Francaise de Delhi, New Delhi
2004 Tri, Indira Gandhi National Art Centre (IGNAC), New Delhi.
2004 Deh, Galerie Romain Rolland, Alliance Fancaise de Delhi, New Delhi
2003 Journey Together, Alliance Francaise de Bhopal, Bhopal
2003 Narmada to Mahavalley, Exhibition at Lionel Wendt Art Gallery, Colombo, Srilanka.
2003 The Bachelor Apartments, an exhibition with Dutch Artists at India Habitat Centre, New Delhi.
2002 Lok-Rag, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi.
2002 Gangcey 13, Lionel Wendt Art Gallery, Colombo.
2002 Gangcey 13, The Alliance Franquise De Kandy.
2002 Apparition, Durbar Hall Art Centre, Emakulam, Kerla
2002 Apparition, Lalit Kala Academy Art Gallery, Thrissur, Kerla
2001 Similarities and Dissimilarities, Tao Art Gallery, Mumbai.
2001 Aadi, Alliance Francaise, Bangalore.
2001 Anadi, National Gallery Of Modern Art (NGMA), Mumbai.
2000 Gallery Art Junction, New Delhi.
2000 Anadi, Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi.
2000 Alliance Francaise de Hyderabad, Hyderabad
2000 Anyatha, Alliance Francaise de chandigarh.
2000 Birla Academy of Art & Culture, Kolkata
2000 Pal Aur Rang (Sail & Color) group exhibition on the bank of river Narmada, at village Patharad, Madhya Pradesh
2000 Arthat, ABC Art Gallery, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh
2000 A Tour Color, Shrimanta Shankar Dev Kala-kshetra, Guwahati.
2000 Manifesto of Modernism, A group Exhibition with Assams Printmakers and Painters, Earthsong Art Gallery, Guwahati.
2000 Drishti, Alliance Francaise de Bhopal, Bhopal
1999 Kabir Mela, Art Exhibition organized by MP Kala Parishad, Bhopal.
1999 Raza Award Exhibition, M.P Kala Parishad, Bhopal.
1999 A Group Exhibition with the Performance of Mr Ken Zukerman ( Sarod Player, Switzerland) at Deolalikar Art Gallery, Indore.
1998 Art From the Land of heart, Art Indus Gallery, New Delhi.
1998 Exhibition dedicated to J. Swaminathan, M.P Kala Parishad, Bhopal.
1997 Sun Art Gallery, Bhopal.
1997 Soul of Clay, Cymroza Art Gallery, Mumbai.
1997 Tokoname Ceramic Festival, Tokiname, Japan.
1997 Gallery Cera, Japan.
1997 Rangdarshani, Bharat Bhawan, Bhopal.
1997-98 Alliance Francaise de Bhopal, Bhopal
1995 Fine Arts from Madhya Pradesh, Lalit Kala Academy, Ravindra Bhawan, New Delhi.
1995 M.P. Kala Parishad, Bhopal.
1994,95,96,98,2002 Deolalikar Art Gallery, Indore.
1994 Roopankar, Bharat Bhawan, Bhopal.


2010 GenNext V, Aakriti Art Gallery, Kolkata
2009 GenNext IV, Aakriti Art Gallery, Kolkata
2003 45th National Exhibition of Art organized by Lalit Kala Academy, Hyderabad.
2003 45th National Exhibition of Art organized by Lalit Kala Academy, Guwahati.
2002-03 Annual Art Exhibition, Dhoomimal Art Gallery, New Delhi.


1998-2000 Junior Scholarship by HRD, Ministry Government of India



Born and brought up in a land known for its beautiful art and age-old tradition, Siraj Saxena made his debut in 1993 at Taj Arts Gallery, Indore. During that time, he was pursuing his BFA from Government Institute of Fine Arts in Indore, Madhya Pradesh.


For as long as he can remember, Siraj had an innate streak for creativity. As a child, he enjoyed helping his mother in the kitchen, stitching or decorating at home. As he matured, his passion for art pushed him to express his emotions in different genres and materials.


Most of what Siraj creates is inspired by a landscape of a certain kind. The only difference being that the scape is more often than not Siraj Saxena at Work his representation of inner geography, rather than a physical location. Although pieces of natural elements such as leaves, familiar shapes & patches of colors remain quite manifested in his art form, most of his work remains non-representational. His creations are usually left to the eyes of the viewer for interpretation. What sets Siraj apart in the league of some of the most talented artists in India, is his artistry of adding rural and tribal elements into the contemporary landscape.


Siraj has completed several solo exhibitions in Delhi, Chandigarh, Ahmedabad, and Indore, and participated in several group shows around Asia, including India and Japan. His paintings are a part of the collections in the Gallery Kyo-E-Gama, Japan, Gancey, Srilanka and several collectors from New Zealand, Australia, and France.


Siraj Saxenas art, in a world, divided and fragmented, tortured and violently pushed around, surrounded with kitsch and cruelty, is an act of affirmation. An art that hopefully leads to tranquility and contemplation.


The great Serbian poet Vasko Popa said In the sky of your words, the sun does not set. Siraj is forever looking for such a sky. His art could somewhat audaciously asset, again Popas words we will teach this darkness to shine. Art anywhere cannot possibly aspire for more!


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