Satish Gupta



 

BORN 1947 in New Delhi.
 
 
QUALIFICATION
 
Studied art for five years in College of Art New Delhi
 
 
ONE MAN SHOW
 
? Gallerie Espace Pont - Neuf in Paris,
? The Wraxall Gallery in London,
? The Ufundi Gallery in Ottawa,
? The Viridian Gallery in New York, Bose Pacia Modern in New York,
? Atlantic Gallery in Washington D.C.,
? The East &West Art Gallery in Melbourne & Galleria El Sol in Spain.
? He has created many graphic murals for public spaces including a 260ft. long mural at Indira Gandhi International Airport at New Delhi.
? The Sanskriti Award was presented to him in 1981.
? Inspired by Zen, Satish Gupta wrote also book of haiku poems "The Broken Wave" published in1985. His poems have been translated and published in Catalan and in Spanish.
? In 1986 he published a portfolio of his charcoal drawings, 'Vibrations', based on hymns from the Rig Veda.
? In 1990 he designed the stage for a concert by Pandit Ravi Shankar at Sin Fort auditorium, New Delhi, with nine suspended canvases of the moon and clouds.
? He calligraphed his poems on large scrolls at the International Poetry Festivals in Spain "La Costa Poetica" in Altea, 1995 at "Adentissima" in Murcia, 1996.
? In 1997, Satish Gupta exhibited his Zen sculptures ranging at Art Today in New Delhi.
In 1998, he created a group of five metal sculptures ranging in height from 3 m. to 10 m. and weighing over 10 tons. They were inspired by The Five Primal Elements and are displayed permanently at the Jindal Centre at Bikaji Cama Place in New Delhi.
? A book on his works ‘The Eyes of Thar’ published by Mapin publications which was released in Delhi, Mumbai & London in 2000.
? ‘Cosmic Matrix’, at Visual Art Gallery, India Habitat Centre curated by Alka Pande, 2005.
? A book on his works ‘Centering Awareness’ published by Nitanjali Art Gallery and Gallery Art ‘n’ Soul; released in Delhi and Dubai.
 
 
 
 
 
GROUP SHOWS
 
? ‘Tao of Shiva’ curated by Kalpana Shah & Vimal Patil at Tao Art Gallery, Mumbai, March 2004
? ‘Indian Art Unbound I’ curated by Anjali & Nitin Bhalla for Nitanjali Art Gallery in London, June 2004
? ‘Art for Vision’ curated by Dr. Sushma Behl at Gallerie Nvya, October 2004
? ‘Sacred Space’ curated by Anupma Mehta at Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai, October 2004
? ‘Chivas Art Alive’ curated by Poonam Sarin, Delhi, December 2004; Bombay, December 2004; and Bangalore January 2005
? ‘Ardhanareshwara’ curated by Dr. Alka Pande at Tao Art Gallery, Mumbai, March 2005.
? ‘The Harmony Show’ organised by Mrs. Tina Ambani at The Nehru Center, Mumbai, April 2005
? ‘Rattnottama Das Gupta, Rangroop - The many faces of colour’ at Visual Arts Gallery, April 2005
? ‘Indian Art Unbound II’ curated by Elizabeth Rogers for Nitanjali Art Gallery in Dubai, September 2005
? ‘Indian Art Unbound Re-visited’ by Nitanjali Art Gallery, for the Leading Hotels of the World at Taj Mahal Hotel-New Delhi, October 2005
? ‘The cosmic Matrix’ curated by Dr. Alka Pande at Visual Arts Gallery, November 2005.
? ‘Digressing Domains’, by Nitanjali Art Gallery, at Lalit Kala Academi, 2006.
? ‘Uninterrupted Journeys’, by Nitanjali Art Gallery, at ITC Grand Central, Mumbai, 2007.
? ‘Resplendent Reveries’, by Nitanjali Art Gallery, at Grand Hyatt Dubai, 2007.
? ‘Creative Spirits’, by Stewart Gallery, Johannesburg, 2008.
? ‘Manthan’, by Nitanjali Art Gallery, at Alliance Francaise, New Delhi, 2009.
? ‘Just Visiting’, by Nitanjali Art Gallery, at Jehangir Art Gallery, 2009.
 
 
 
ART CAMPS
 
? June 1998 - The Oberoi, Mumbai
? February 2001 - Taj Bengal, Kolkata
? September 2004 - J.W. Marriot, Mumbai
? January 2005 - Marve By Harsh Goenka, Mumbai
? July 2005 - Istanbul, Turkey organised by Popular Prakashan
? June 2008 – Art Basel, Switzerland organized by Nitanjali Art Gallery
 
 
Satish Gupta was the only Indian artist to be selcted, by the Organizing Committee of the Olympic Fine Arts 2008, to realize portfolio of graphic artworks to commemorate and celebrate this big event.