Ranbir Kaleka

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Born in Patiala, Punjab, India
The artist lives and works in New Delhi, India

M.A. Painting, Royal College of Art, London, Charles Wallace Scholarship
Diploma in Painting, College of Art, Punjab University, Chandigarh
Solo Exhibitions
Reading Man, Bose Pacia Gallery, New York
Fables from the House of Ibaan: part 1, Bose Pacia, New York
Consider (Multi-media installation commissioned for permanent display), Spertus Museum, Chicago
Crossings Bose Pacia Gallery, New York
ART TODAY, New Delhi India
Group Exhibitions
Indi Dialogue. Arte experimental de la India, Museo Fundacion Cristobal Gabarron, Valladolid, Spain
India Moderna, Institut Valencia d'Art Modern, Valencia Spain
Indian Narrative in the 21st Century: Between Memory and History, CASA ASIA, Madrid; Barcelona, Spain
Mechanisms of Motion, Anant Art Gallery, New Delhi
New Narratives: Contemporary Art from India, Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago
Public Places, Private Spaces, Newark Museum, New Jersey
HORN PLEASE: The Narrative in Contemporary Indian Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Berne
Urban Manners, Hangar Bicocca, Milan
Art Video Lounge, Art Basel Miami Beach, Miami
Hungry God: Indian Contemporary Art, Busan Museum of Modern Art, South Korea and at Arario Gallery, Beijing
Edge of Desire: Recent Art in India, National Museum of Modern Art, New Delhi; Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film, California
iCon: India Contemporary, Venice Biennale
Edge of Desire: recent art in India, Asia Society Museum, New York, Tamayo Museum, Mexico City, (Museum of Contemporary Art), Marco, Monterrey Mexico
Golden Jubilee, Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi
Revisualising India, Osians, New Delhi
LA FREEWAVES 9th Biennial Festival of Film, Video and New Media: Center for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv, IsraelcheLA (Corriente Hipermediatica Experimental Latinoamericana), Buenos Aires; Huffmans House, Encuentro Internacional de Espacios Independientes; Valparaiso
Edge of Desire, Recent Art from India, Art Gallery of Western Australia. LA FREEWAVES 9th Biennial Festival of Film, Video and New Media: How Can You Resist? MOCA's, Geffen Contemporary Los Angeles
Zoom! Art in Contemporary India, Culturgest-Lisbon, Portugal
Visual Performance, curated by Wu Hung and Julie Walsh, Walsh Gallery, Chicago After Dark, Sakshi Gallery Mumbai
10th Biennial of Moving Images, Centre for Contemporary Images, Saint-Gervais, Geneva
diVERGE, National Gallery of Modern Art, Mumbai
Liminal Zones, Apeejay Media Gallery
DelhiBODY•CITY, Siting Contemporary Culture in India, House of World Culture, Berlin
Interactive A03 Biennale for New Media Art, Museum of Contemporary Art Merida , Yucatan/Mexico
An Apparent Calm, curated by Peter Nagy, Sydney Video Road show
MumbaiRoot en Route, British Council, New Delhi and Chennai; Sakshi Gallery, Bangalore and Mumbai
KHOJ, International Workshop in Mysore, India
Kapital & Karma, Kunsthalle, Vienna, Austria
Private Mythologies: Sound and video works of the personal and the political, Apeejay Media Gallery, New Delhi
PhotoSphere, Nature Morte, New Delhi
Rare and Unusual Paintings, Art Today, New Delhi
Silent TV video lounge, in collaboration with Michel Mallard, Olivier Reneau & Denis Chevalier, Alliance Francaise, New Delhi
Images for a Hundred Lamp Posts, Public Art Project, Ealing, London
Expo 2000, Hanover Germany
Boxwallahs, The DeEgo-Cube, Indo-Austrian Art Projects in Public Space
Embarkations-The Millennium Show, Sakshi Gallery Mumbai
Art and Technology, Max Mueller, Mumbai
Edge of the Century, British Council, New Delhi
Public mural for Thames Trains at Southall Station, London, commission: Ealing and the European Union Fund
Open Drawing Competition Exhibition, Cheltenham and North England
Sanskriti Award, New Delhi
National Award, Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi
Residency at Villa Montalvo, California