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Birthplace
Brooklyn

Lives in
Brooklyn

Works in
Brooklyn

Website

Representing galleries

Current Exhibitions and Events
Jun, 2014 Durham Press
The Print Center
 
Jun, 2014 After Our Bodies Meet: From Resistance to Potentiality
Leslie Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art
 
Statement



Artist Statement

Chitra Ganesh was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, where she currently lives and works.
Buried narratives and marginal figures typically excluded from official canons of history, literature, and art inspire her drawing, installation, text-based work, and collaborations.

Ganesh draws from a broad range of material, including the iconography of Hindu, Greek and Buddhist mythology, 19th century European portraiture and fairytales, song lyrics, as well as contemporary visual culture such as Bollywood posters, anime, and comic books. The process of automatic writing is central to her practice, and emerges from deconstructing myths to excavate critical moments of abjection, desire, and loss.

By layering disparate materials and visual languages, Ganesh considers alternate narratives of sexuality and power in a world where untold stories keep rising to the surface. In this process the body becomes a site of transgression, both social and psychic, doubled, dismembered and continually exceeding its limits.

Chitra Ganesh - Curriculum Vitae


Education

2002 MFA Visual Arts, Columbia University, New York, NY

2001 Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture

1996 BA Art-Semiotics and Comparative Literature, Brown University, Providence, RI magna cum laude, phi beta kappa


Solo and Two Person Exhibitions

2009 On-Site 2: Her Silhouette Returns, PS1MOMA, organized by Klaus Beisenbach

The Ocean Beneath, Chatterjee and Lal, Mumbai, India

Solo Presentation, FIAC, with Haas & Fischer, Paris

2007 Upon Her Precipice, Thomas Erben, NY

Solo Show, Haas & Fischer, Zurich, Switzerland

2005 1 x 1, Artist Commissions, Jersey City Museum, NJ, Curated by Rocio Aranda

Written on Wind and Water, Goliath Visual Space, Brooklyn, NY

2003 Her Secret Missions, Momenta Art, Brooklyn, NY (catalog)

2001 Myth/Making, Contemporary Constructions. UFMG CentroCultural, Belo Horizonte, Brazil


Selected Group Exhibitions

2009 Art Asia, Art Basel Miami, Curated by Leeza Ahmedy

Angst, Haas & Fischer, Zurich

Beyond Appearances, curated by Patricia Cazorla & Susan Hoeltzel, Lehman College Gallery, NY

Have We Moved Away from What’s hotter Than Curry Yet?, Curated by Meenakshi Thirukode, Gallery OED, Cochin

Pixel Power, The LOFT, Mumbai

Harlem Postcards, Studio Museum in Harlem, NY

Beijing 798 Biennial, Beijing

Moment As Monument, Thomas Erben Gallery & Seven Arts, Travancore Palace, New Delhi

Commune, curated by Dominique Nahas, Black & White Gallery, NY

India Xianzai 印度现在印度当代艺术, Museum of Contemporary Art, Shanghai

Failed Plot: Elephant in the Dark, Curated by Gayatri Sinha,

Exhibition Center, COEX Seoul, Korea

Index of the Disappeared, Bulletin Board project, Curated by Anais Lellouche,

Bard CCS/Hessel Museum

 

Anomalies, curated by Jaishri Abichandani, Rossi and Rossi, London (catalog)

Re-claim/Re-Cite/Re-Cycle,Ttravancore Palace, New Delhi

India Moderna, IVAM Museum, Valencia, Spain (catalog)

There Goes My Hero, curated by Erin Riley Lopez, Center for Book Arts, NY

My little India, Marella Gallery, Beijing

Shifting Shapes, Unstable Signs, curated by Jaret Vadera and Robert Storr, Yale University

Art Gallery, New Haven, CT

Tales of Wonder and Woe, Castle Gallery, New Rochelle, NY

Apocalyptic Pop, Curated by Kathy Goncharov, Dorsky Center, Long Island City, NY

2008 Tales of Wonder and Woe, Castle Art Galery, College of New Rochelle

Vital Signs, curated by Gary Sangster, Newcomb Art Gallery, Tulanne University, New Orleans, LA

Everywhere is War (and rumours of war), curated by Shaheen Merali, Bodhi Art, Mumbai, India

Democracy in America, Creative Time, curated by Nato Thompson, Armory, NY

Firewalkers, Stefan Stux Gallery, NY

Contradictions + Complexities, curated by Patricia Hamilton, DEN Contemporary Art, Culver City, CA

Mei Guo: Le Beau Monde, curated by Lilly Wei, Contrasts Gallery, Shanghai and Beijing

The Other Mainstream II, Arizona State University Art Museum, AZ

Exploding the Lotus, curated by Jaishri Abichandani and Jane Hart, Art and Culture Center of Hollywood, Hollywood, Florida

Pandora’s Box, curated by Amanda Cachia, Dunlop Art Gallery, Saskatchewan, Canada (catalog)

Facing East, Facing West, curated by Amze Emmons and Zoe Charlton, Martin Art Gallery, Muhlenberg College, Allentown, PA

The Furious Gaze, curated by Xabier Arakistain and Maura Reilly, Montehermoso Cultural Center,Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain (catalog)

Of this Tale I Cannot Guarantee a Word…, Royal College of Art, London (catalog)


2007 Contemporary Indian Art Between Continuity and Transformation, curated by Daniella Palazzoli, Spazio Oberdan, Milan

25 Years Later…, curated by Sofia Hernandez, Art in General 25th Anniversary Exhibition, UBS Galleries, NY,

Sex in the City, curated by Dean Daderko with Marina Adams, Dumbo Arts Center, New York,

Thermocline of Art: New Asian Waves, curated by Wonil Rhee, ZKM Gallery, Karlsruhe, Germany, (catalog)

Sultana’s Dream: South Asian Women’s Creative Collective 10th Anniversary Show, curated by Jaishri Abichandani and Jeanette Ingberman, Exit Art, NY, (catalog)

Intersections, curated by Martin Dust, Henry Street Settlement Abrons Arts Center, NY

Tributaries, 516 Arts, Santa Fe, New Mexico

Sufferation, curated by Trisha Lagasso Goldberg, Hotel 39, Honolulu, HI

Spectral Evidence, curated by Steven Lam, Rotunda Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

Troubled Waters of Permeability, Parker’s Box, Brooklyn, NY

Group Show, Nature Morte Gallery, New Delhi, India

One Way or Another, curated by Melissa Chiu, Karen Higa and Suzette Min, Blaffer Gallery, University of Houston, traveling to Berkeley Museum,University of California, CA , Japanese American National Museum, Los Angeles, CA, Honolulu Academy of Fine Arts, HI


2006 What War? curated by Eleanor Heartney, Larry Litt, and Juan Puntes, White Box, NY

Deuces ex Machina, curated by Momenta Art, Market Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland

Ex-otica, Vitaminarte, Turin, Italy

One Way or Another, curated by Melissa Chiu, Suzette Min, & Karen Higa, Asia Society NY (catalog)

Subcontingent: the Subcontinent in Contemporary Art, curated by Ilaria Bonacosa & Francesco Manacorda, Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin, IT (catalog)

Mural Show, Newman Popiashvili, NY

Wild Girls, Exit Art, NY

“If a cat gives birth to kittens in an oven, are they kittens or biscuits?”, curated by Dean Daderko, Roebling Hall, NY

E7 Emerge Artist Exhibition, curated by Franklin Sirmans and Jennifer Moon, Aljira Center for Contemporary Art, NJ (catalog)

Papering, curated by Sofia Hernandez & Holly Block, Deutsche Bank, NY

Nicola Durvasula, Chitra Ganesh, Tejal Shah, Thomas Erben Gallery, NY

Inner Limits, curated by Martin Dust, Henry Street Settlement Abrons Arts Center, NY

No More Drama, curated by Edwin Ramoran, Center for Book Arts, NY (catalog)

Detained!, Asian American Arts Centre, NY


2005 Time’s Arrow, curated by Janine Cirincione, Rotunda Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

The Gift: Building a Collection, curated by Hitomi Iwasaki, Queens Museum of Art, NY

Cities, Art, Recovery, curated by Erin Donnelly, Tribeca Performing Arts Center, NY and Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Swing Space

Asian Art Festival, Poncheon, Korea

739 feet running wall, Gwangju Contemporary Art Museum, Gwangju, Korea (catalog)

Home and The World, Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University, NJ

Characters: Scene I and Scene II, curated by Helianthe Bordeuax Maurin, Silvermine Arts Center, CT

and Shore Institute of Contemporary Art, NJ,

Fatal Love, curated by Jaishri Abichandani & Prerana Reddy, Queens Museum of Art, NY (catalog)


2004 Floorplay, Brooklyn College Art Gallery, NY

Pilot 01, Limehouse Town Hall, London, UK (catalog)

NextNextArt, curated by Dan Cameron, Brooklyn Academy of Music, NY

Six Feet Under, curated by Melissa Chiu, White Box, NY

Color Theory, curated by Franklin Sirmans, Vitamin Arte, Turin, Italy

Summer Selections: Playpen, curated by, Suzette Min and Marissa White, The Drawing Center, NY

Supersalon, Samson Projects, Boston, MA

Enchantment, curated by Jennifer Mcgregor, Wave Hill, NY

Treasure Maps, curated by Janine Antoni, Apex Art, NY and ArtSpace, New Haven, CT

East of the Sun West of the Moon, curated by Amie Scally, White Columns, NY

Masala, curated by Sionan Benjamin and Katherine Myers, William Benton Museum, Trinity College, CT (catalog)

Open House, curated by Charlota Kotik and Tumelo Mousaka, Brooklyn Museum of Art, NY (catalog)


2003 Through Customs, curated by Shamim Momin and Raina Lampkins-Fielder, Bose Pacia Modern, NY

Artists in The Marketplace Annual Exhibition, curated by Lydia Yee, Bronx Museum of Art, NY (catalog)

Theory of Relative Power, curated by Franklin Sirmans, Abrons Art Gallery , NY

Group Show, Jack Tilton Gallery, NY

637 Feet of Running Wall, curated by Valerie Smith and Tom Finkelpearl, Queens Museum of Art, NY


2002 Queer Visualities, curated by Carl Pope & Jonathan Katz, Staller Art Center Stonybrook University, NY

Charlie, curated by Maurizio Cattelan, Ali Subotnik, and Bettina Funcke, PS 1, NY (catalog)

Mango, curated by Melissa Chiu and Edwin Ramoran, Talwar Gallery, NY

Slant, Diverseworks, Houston, TX

Homegrown, Commons Gallery, Barney Building, New York University, NY

Culture in a Jar, Longwood Arts Center, Bronx, NY

SAVAC Annual Exhibition, Living Arts Centre, Ontario, Canada


2001 Earthquake Relief International, Lakshana Gallery, Hyderabad, India

Crossing the Line, curated by Valerie Smith, Queens Museum of Art, NY

Shaken and Stirred, curated by Rina Banerjee and Barbara Hunt, Bose Pacia Modern Gallery, NY

AlieNation, Quay Gallery, Toronto, Canada

Awards and Residencies

2008 Smack Mellon Studio Residency

2007 Art Omi International Artists’ Residency

Weir Farm Residency

2006 New York Community Trust

2005 Emerge 7, Aljira Center for Arts

Artists’ Alliance Rotating Studio Program Recipient

New York Foundation for the Arts Artist’s Fellowship

Gregory Millard Fellow

Headlands Center for the Art Project Space Residency

Center for Book Arts Emerging Artist Workspace Grant

2004 Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Workspace Grant

Astraea Visual Arts Award

2002 Bronx Museum Artist in the Marketplace Program Participant

Henry Street Settlement Abrons Arts Center Artist-in-Residence

2001 College Art Association Professional Development Fellowship

Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture

2000 Columbia University Dean’s Fellowship

1996 Roberta Jocelyn Award for Excellence in Art

Rosalie Colie Award for Outstanding Work in Comparative

1995 Howard R. Swearer Award for Community and Public Service

1992 Nancy Thorpe Memorial Poetry Award


Selected Bibliography

2008 The Original Outside-the-Box Thinker, Leah Sandals, National Post, July 9, 2008

Contrasts Gallery, Shanghai, hosts Asian and Asian American Artists, Arts and Antiques Weekly, p.9, July 18, 2008

Indian art: unique yet mainstream, Sharon Mizota, LA Times, July 8, 2008

Contradictions and Complexities: Contemporary Art from India, LA Times, June 19, 2008

Subtle Significance, Meenakshi Thirukode, The Hindu Magazine, May 11, 2008

International Profile: Chitra Ganesh, Arshiya Lokhandwala, pp.107-110, Art India, Volume XII, Issue IV, Quarter IV, Spring 2007

Tracing the Index: Impossible Archives, B. Blagojevi, Artcal the Zine, February 29, 2008

Asian Art, by way of Blondie, Julie Riggott, Downtown News LA, February 25, 2008

Sex in the City, Barbara Pollack, ARTNews, January 2008

Kunstmarkt: Metzelnde Heldinnen, Bettina Korgmann, Die Welt, p.30, February 23, 2008

A package from India, the art world’s newest Eastern star, Gareth Harris, Timesonline UK,

March 19, 2008

Artists’ Dictionary: A survey of Contemporary Indian Art, Flash Art, p.112, Jan/Feb 2008

The Innovators, Alison Satake, Colorlines Magazine, p. 19-22, Jan/Feb 2008


2007 It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s a ... Hindu Goddess?, Ching-in Chen, Hyphen Magazine,

Issue #12, The Transit Issue, Summer 2007

Profile: Artist Chitra Ganesh, Olivia Sand, The Asian Art Newspaper, December 2007

Sex in the City, Holland Cotter, Art in Review, NY Times, November 23, 2007

Chitra Ganesh, Marlyne Sahakian, Artkrush, Issue 68, Oct. 2007

Chitra Ganesh, Jenseits Von Bollywood, Zueritipp, Kunststuecke, Zurich, September 13, 2007

Acquiring a piece of the Asian Art Pie, Ingrid Dudek, Art India, Volume XII/Issue II/Quarter II

Queer Arts, NY Arts Magazine, Sept/Oct 2007

Defying The Definitive, Daniel Kunitz, NY Sun, September 14, 2007

Comic Release, ArtKrush, Issue 49, January 10, 2007


2006 Asian Art: Insiders Looking Out, Vibhuti Patel, Newsweek International, October 2, 2006

Ex-Otica: E L’Arte Di Cindia, p. 28-29, Exibart on paper, Issue 30, Sept/Oct 2006

E7, Holland Cotter, New York Times, September 15, 2006

Defying the Definitive Museums, Daniel Kunitz, New York Sun, September 14, 2007

Asian Roots, Shifting Identities, Roberta Smith, New York Times, September 8, 2006

Women on Top, Karin Miller Lewis, Art India, Volume XI Issue II Quarter II, 2006

Artists on the rise, Dan Bischoff, The Star Ledger, p.1-2, July 30, 2006

Mondo Oggi, p.28-30, Marie Claire Italy, July 2006

No More Drama, The Saga Continues, Holland Cotter, New York Times, June 16, 2006

Down East, Steven Maine, p.55, Art In America, Spring 2006


2005 The Idea of ‘Illegality: Sarai Reader 05: Bare Acts.” Nivedita Menon.

Economic and Political Weekly, November 26, 2005

Artists seek to fill 9/11 Voids, Christine Lagorio, CBSnews.com, September 12, 2005

This Mural Devours its Viewers, Benjamin Genocchio, New York Times, NJ p.11, July 24, 2005

A Glimpse of New York from a Magic Carpet, Dorit Cohen, NY Arts, May/June 2005

Wall-to-Wall Drawings, Christopher Howard, Brooklyn Rail, July 2005

Fatal Love, Courtney Martin, Flash Art May/June 2005, p. 94

Telling Tales of History, Myth, Fantasy (and Real Life, Too), Benjamin Genocchio, New York Times, Connecticut Desk, April 10, 2005

The Artist’s Tale, Benjamin Genocchio, New York Times, NJ April 10, 2005

The Artist: Chitra Ganesh, Trikone Magazine, p.11, March 2005

Magical Flight Through Modern India, Holland Cotter, New York Times, March 4, 2005

Brave New World, Andrea Scott, TimeOut NY, March 17-23, 2005


2004 Mapping South Asian Art, Karin Zizewitz, Art India, p.29, Volume 9 Issue 2, Summer 2004

From the Romantic to the Edgy, Works that Compel, D. Dominick Lombardi, New York Times Art Review, Westchester, July 25, 2004

From Foreign Shores, Rachel Kalpana James, Art India, Volume 9 Issue 1, Winter 2004

Masala, Holland Cotter, New York Times Art in Review, April 9, 2004

Educating Chitra, Julia Westerbeke, TimeOut New York, April 2004

Treasure Maps, TimeOut New York, Laura Auriccho, March 2004

Through Customs, Art Asia Pacific Reviews, Peter Nagy, Winter 2004


2003 100 Gay Success Stories, OUT Magazine, December 2003

Artist in Residence: Chitra Ganesh, Velvet Park Magazine Anniversary Issue 2003


2002 Looking at Those Images, Again and Again, Phyllis Braff, New York Times, November 24, 2002

Mango, Holland Cotter, New York Times Art in Review, July 19, 2002


2001 Art Expresses Cultural Identities, Judy Stoffman, Toronto Star, August 16, 2001

Floating Islands, Art India, Winter Spring 2001


2000 The Women Speak Out, Lawina Melwani, India Today International, May 1, 2000

Unsuitable Girls, Lawina Melwani, Little India, May 15, 2000


Catalogs and Publications

2007 errorist Assemblages: Homonationalism in Queer Times, Jasbir Puar, Duke University Press (cover)

Thermocline of Art, New Asian Waves, Catalog, 2007, Hatje Cantz P Press, ZKM Publications,

Essays by Nancy Adjania, Huang Du, Gregor Jansen, Wonil Rhee, Yukie Kamiya, Eugene Tan, Nicole Wong

How Amnesia Remembered Roxanne, Juicy Mother 2, Manic D Press, Ed. Jennifer Camper

Seeing the Disappeared, with Mariam Ghani. Pavilion Issue 10, Bucharest: January 2007.

A Gathering of the Tribes, Issue 11, p.43, Ed. Steve Cannon, Kathy Price, Lacy Austin

Chitra Ganesh in Conversation with Gayathri Gopinath, GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies,

Duke University Press, Spring 2009


2006 WHO CARES?, Creative Time, with essays by Anne Pasternak and Doug Ashford, D.A.P. Distributed Art Publishers, 2006

One Way or Another, Asian American Art Now, Catalog. Ed. Melissa Chiu, Karen Higa, Suzette

Min, with essays by Margo Michida and Helen Zia, Yale University Press, 2006.

Subcontingent: The subcontinent in Contemporary Art, Mandadori Electa, Milano, 2006

with essays by Ilaria Bonacosa, Franesco Monicorda, Suketu Mehta and Moshin Hamid

Home and the World: South Asia in Transition, Ed: Helen Asquine Fazio, Atreyee Phukan, V.G. Julie Rajan and Shreerekha Subramanian, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2006.


2005 Fatal Love, Catalog. with Essays by Jaishri Abichandani and Prerana Reddy, 2005

Uovo, Special Issue, “DRAWING Volume 1,” The Bookmakers Ed., 2005

Index of the Disappeared: Catalogue.100. ‘zine co-edited & produced with Mariam Ghani, distributed by LMCC during the “Cities, Art & Recovery” conference on the fourth anniversary of 9/11. Black and white, run of 150, 8.5” x 7”, 2005.

Seeing the Disappeared, with Mariam Ghani. Samar Issue 19: Spring/Summer 2005.

Dirty Pop, Issue 3, p.2, Spring 2005

How Do You See the Disappeared?, Journal of Aesthetics & Protest #4. Los Angeles: AK Press, 2005.

Towards a Visual Language of Resistance: Notes on the Disappeared, with Chitra Ganesh.

Bare Acts: The Sarai Reader 05., edited by Raqs Media Collective. New Delhi: Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, 2005.

St. Ann’s Review, 5th Anniversary Edition, 2005, Ed. Beth Bosworth


2004 St. Ann’s Review. Volume 5 Number 1, (cover), Winter/Spring 2004, Ed. Beth Bosworth

Momenta Art 1999 to 2004, With essays by Eric Heist/Michael Waugh and Calvin Reid

Open House: Working in Brooklyn, Catalog. With essay by Charlotta Kotik & Tumelo Mosaka. New York: Brooklyn Museum, 2004.

AIM 23. With essay by Lydia Yee & Amy Rosenblum-Martín. New York: Bronx Museum of Art, 2004


2003 Mango, New York, South Asian Women’s Creative Collective, 2003

Charley 01, Ed. Maurizio Cattelan, Ali Subotnik, Bettina Funcke, Massimiliano Gioni,

D.A.P. Distributed Art Publishers, 2002

Tales of Amnesia, self published Comic book, Edition of 150, 2002


Visiting Artist Lectures and Panels

2008 (Un)Patriot Acts, Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality, New York University, NY

Law and Visual Resistance: Perspectives on Contemporary Art and Politics, South Asian Bar Association, NY

Impossible Archives, Kevorkian Center for middle Eestern Studies, New York University

riDYKEulous: The Odds Are Against Us, PS1, MOMA, NY

Gelman Studio Lecture, Columbia University, NY

Visual Ignition, Visiting Artist Lecture, American University, Washington, DC

California College of Arts, Visiting Artist Lecture, San Francisco, CA


2007 Juicy Mother II, artist and Contributors’ Panel, Bluestocking Bookstore, NY

Elizabeth Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Lecture, Brooklyn Museum, NY

Bloomfield College Visiting Artist Lecture, New Jersey

Artists Talk on Art, Rubin Museum of Art, New York

South Asian Women’s Creative Collective Slide Slam, Asian American Writers’ Workshop, NY

Exquisite Acts & Everyday Rebellions: Feminist Art Symposium, CalArts, CA,

New York Studio School, NY, Visiting Artist Lecture


2006 Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, NY, Visiting Artist Lecture

Mass Art, Boston, MA, Visiting Artist Lecture

Pratt University, NY, Visiting Artist Lecture

Gods, Monsters, and Divas, Lesbian Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center, NY

City Without Walls, Newark, NJ, Guest Artist Lecture

Fuel for the Fire: Intersections of Arts and Activism, Amnesty International family Project, NY

Meeting Artists’ Needs: The Elevator Speech, CUE Art Foundation, NY

University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, Visiting Artist Lecture

Columbia University Asian American Studies, NY, Visiting Artist Lecture


2005 Who Cares? Creative Time Artists’ Roundtable Dialogue, NY

Chitra Ganesh and Raissa Venables: Artists’ Dialogue, Jersey City Museum, NJ

And so Forth: Creative alliances for effective activism, Office Opps, Brooklyn, NY

Oberlin University, OH, Visiting Artist Lecture

Empire State College, NY, Visiting Artist Lecture

Fatal Love, Panel Discussion, Queens Museum and Asia Society, NY

Rutgers University, Home and the World Conference, NJ


2004 Sexuality in Art, Connecticut College AAPA History Month Speaker, CT

Treasure Maps: A Roundtable, Yale University, CT, Artists’ Talk, Apex Art, NY

WBAI Asia Pacific Forum Featured Artist Interview

Youth Solidarity Summer: Activism and Public Art, Brecht Forum, NY, 2003


2003 AIM 2003: Selected artists speak on their work, Bronx Museum, NY, 2003

Curator, The Broken Mirror, LeRoy Neiman Gallery, NY, 2003

Wings Academy, Bronx, NY, Visiting Artist


2002 SLAAAP!, In the Country of My Imagination, Asia Society

Bennington College, VT, Visiting Artist Lecture


2001 AccessZone 0.2 for Emerging Artists, Bronx Museum of Art, NY

HIV and Arts Activism, Audre Lorde Project, Brooklyn, NY

(Un)Suitable Girls in Texas, University of Texas at Austin, TX

Arts and Politics, East Coast Asian Students’ Union Conference, NY

Under Western Skies, Jindal Center for Contemporary Art, Mumbai, India

International Women Artists’ Conference, W.E.R.I.S.E., Barnard College, New York, NY


2000 Youth Speak Out through Art, Museum of Natural History, NY


1999 Gen X Conference, Arts and Activism, Brown University, Providence RI

Activism in South Asian Communities, Asia Pacific Forum, WBAI Radio, NY

Exoticize This: Femininity and South Asian Identification, Bryn Mawr College, PA


Collections (selected)


Saatchi Collection

Deutsche Bank

Brooklyn Museum

Gwangju Contemporary art Museum

Queens Museum of Art

Devi Art Foundation

Omi International Art Center

Brodsky Center for Innovative Editions, Rutgers University

Wake Forest University

Whitney Museum of American Art

Burger Collection








Chitra Ganesh - Curriculum Vitae

Education

2002 MFA Visual Arts, Columbia University, New York, NY
1996 BA Art-Semiotics and Comparative Literature, Brown University, Providence, RI magna cum laude, phi beta kappa

Solo and Two Person Exhibitions

2009 Solo Exhibition, Chatterjee and Lal, Mumbai, India
2008 Exhibition
2007 Upon Her Precipice, Thomas Erben, NY

Solo Show, Haas & Fischer, Zurich, Switzerland
2005 1 x 1, Artist Commissions, Jersey City Museum, NJ

Written on Wind and Water, Goliath Visual Space, Brooklyn, NY
2003 Her Secret Missions, Momenta Art, Brooklyn, NY (catalog)
2001 Myth/Making, Contemporary Constructions. UFMG CentroCultural, Belo Horizonte, Brazil

Selected Group Exhibitions

2008 Tales of Wonder and Woe, Castle Art Galery, College of New Rochelle
Vital Signs, curated by Gary Sangster, Newcomb Art Gallery, Tulanne University, New Orleans, LA
Everywhere is War (and rumours of war), curated by Shaheen Merali, Bodhi Art, Mumbai, India
Democracy in America, Creative Time, curated by Nato Thompson, Armory, NY
Firewalkers, Stefan Stux Gallery, NY
Contradictions + Complexities, curated by Patricia Hamilton, DEN Contemporary Art, Culver City, CA
Mei Guo: Le Beau Monde, curated by Lilly Wei, Contrasts Gallery, Shanghai and Beijing
The Other Mainstream II, Arizona State University Art Museum, AZ
Exploding the Lotus, curated by Jaishri Abichandani and Jane Hart, Art and Culture Center of Hollywood, Hollywood, Florida
Pandora’s Box, curated by Amanda Cachia, Dunlop Art Gallery, Saskatchewan, Canada (catalog)
Facing East, Facing West, curated by Amze Emmons and Zoe Charlton, Martin Art Gallery, Muhlenberg College, Allentown, PA
The Furious Gaze, curated by Xabier Arakistain and Maura Reilly, Montehermoso Cultural Center,Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain (catalog)
Of this Tale I Cannot Guarantee a Word…, Royal College of Art, London (catalog)

2007 Contemporary Indian Art Between Continuity and Transformation, curated by Daniella Palazzoli, Spazio Oberdan, Milan
25 Years Later…, curated by Sofia Hernandez, Art in General 25th Anniversary Exhibition, UBS Galleries, NY,
Sex in the City, curated by Dean Daderko with Marina Adams, Dumbo Arts Center, New York,
Thermocline of Art: New Asian Waves, curated by Wonil Rhee, ZKM Gallery, Karlsruhe, Germany, (catalog)
Sultana’s Dream: South Asian Women’s Creative Collective 10th Anniversary Show, curated by Jaishri Abichandani and Jeanette Ingberman, Exit Art, NY, (catalog)
Intersections, curated by Martin Dust, Henry Street Settlement Abrons Arts Center, NY
Tributaries, 516 Arts, Santa Fe, New Mexico
Sufferation, curated by Trisha Lagasso Goldberg, Hotel 39, Honolulu, HI
Spectral Evidence, curated by Steven Lam, Rotunda Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Troubled Waters of Permeability, Parker’s Box, Brooklyn, NY
Group Show, Nature Morte Gallery, New Delhi, India
One Way or Another, curated by Melissa Chiu, Karen Higa and Suzette Min, Blaffer Gallery, University of Houston, traveling to Berkeley Museum,University of California, CA , Japanese American National Museum, Los Angeles, CA, Honolulu Academy of Fine Arts, HI

2006 What War? curated by Eleanor Heartney, Larry Litt, and Juan Puntes, White Box, NY
Deuces ex Machina, curated by Momenta Art, Market Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland
Ex-otica, Vitaminarte, Turin, Italy
One Way or Another, curated by Melissa Chiu, Suzette Min, & Karen Higa, Asia Society NY (catalog)
Subcontingent: the Subcontinent in Contemporary Art, curated by Ilaria Bonacosa & Francesco Manacorda, Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin, IT (catalog)
Mural Show, Newman Popiashvili, NY
Wild Girls, Exit Art, NY
If a cat gives birth to kittens in an oven, are they kittens or biscuits?”, curated by Dean Daderko, Roebling Hall, NY
E7 Emerge Artist Exhibition, curated by Franklin Sirmans and Jennifer Moon, Aljira Center for Contemporary Art, NJ (catalog)
Papering, curated by Sofia Hernandez & Holly Block, Deutsche Bank, NY
Nicola Durvasula, Chitra Ganesh, Tejal Shah, Thomas Erben Gallery, NY
Inner Limits, curated by Martin Dust, Henry Street Settlement Abrons Arts Center, NY
No More Drama, curated by Edwin Ramoran, Center for Book Arts, NY (catalog)
Detained!, Asian American Arts Centre, NY

2005 Time’s Arrow, curated by Janine Cirincione, Rotunda Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
The Gift: Building a Collection, curated by Hitomi Iwasaki, Queens Museum of Art, NY
Cities, Art, Recovery, curated by Erin Donnelly, Tribeca Performing Arts Center, NY and Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Swing Space
Asian Art Festival, Poncheon, Korea
739 feet running wall, Gwangju Contemporary Art Museum, Gwangju, Korea (catalog)
Home and The World, Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University, NJ
Characters: Scene I and Scene II, curated by Helianthe Bordeuax Maurin, Silvermine Arts Center, CT
and Shore Institute of Contemporary Art, NJ,
Fatal Love, curated by Jaishri Abichandani & Prerana Reddy, Queens Museum of Art, NY (catalog)

2004 Floorplay, Brooklyn College Art Gallery, NY
Pilot 01, Limehouse Town Hall, London, UK (catalog)
NextNextArt, curated by Dan Cameron, Brooklyn Academy of Music, NY
Six Feet Under, curated by Melissa Chiu, White Box, NY
Color Theory, curated by Franklin Sirmans, Vitamin Arte, Turin, Italy
Summer Selections: Playpen, curated by, Suzette Min and Marissa White, The Drawing Center, NY
Supersalon, Samson Projects, Boston, MA
Enchantment, curated by Jennifer Mcgregor, Wave Hill, NY
Treasure Maps, curated by Janine Antoni, Apex Art, NY and ArtSpace, New Haven, CT
East of the Sun West of the Moon, curated by Amie Scally, White Columns, NY
Masala, curated by Sionan Benjamin and Katherine Myers, William Benton Museum, Trinity College, CT (catalog)
Open House, curated by Charlota Kotik and Tumelo Mousaka, Brooklyn Museum of Art, NY (catalog)

2003 Through Customs, curated by Shamim Momin and Raina Lampkins-Fielder, Bose Pacia Modern, NY
Artists in The Marketplace Annual Exhibition, curated by Lydia Yee, Bronx Museum of Art, NY (catalog)
Theory of Relative Power, curated by Franklin Sirmans, Abrons Art Gallery , NY
Group Show, Jack Tilton Gallery, NY
637 Feet of Running Wall, curated by Valerie Smith and Tom Finkelpearl, Queens Museum of Art, NY

2002 Queer Visualities, curated by Carl Pope & Jonathan Katz, Staller Art Center Stonybrook University, NY
Charlie, curated by Maurizio Cattelan, Ali Subotnik, and Bettina Funcke, PS 1, NY  (catalog)
Mango, curated by Melissa Chiu and Edwin Ramoran, Talwar Gallery, NY 
Slant, Diverseworks, Houston, TX
Homegrown, Commons Gallery, Barney Building, New York University, NY
Culture in a Jar, Longwood Arts Center, Bronx, NY
SAVAC Annual Exhibition, Living Arts Centre, Ontario, Canada

2001 Earthquake Relief International, Lakshana Gallery, Hyderabad, India
Crossing the Line, curated by Valerie Smith, Queens Museum of Art, NY  
Shaken and Stirred, curated by Rina Banerjee and Barbara Hunt, Bose Pacia Modern Gallery, NY  
AlieNation, Quay Gallery, Toronto, Canada

Awards and Residencies

2008 Smack Mellon Studio Residency
2007 Art Omi International Artists’ Residency

Weir Farm Residency
2006 New York Community Trust
2005 Emerge 7, Aljira Center for Arts

Artists’ Alliance Rotating Studio Program Recipient

New York Foundation for the Arts Artist’s Fellowship

Gregory Millard Fellow

Headlands Center for the Art Project Space Residency

Center for Book Arts Emerging Artist Workspace Grant
2004 Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Workspace Grant

Astraea Visual Arts Award
2002 Bronx Museum Artist in the Marketplace Program Participant

Henry Street Settlement Abrons Arts Center Artist-in-Residence
2001 College Art Association Professional Development Fellowship

Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture
2000 Columbia University Dean’s Fellowship
1996 Roberta Jocelyn Award for Excellence in Art

Rosalie Colie Award for Outstanding Work in Comparative
1995 Howard R. Swearer Award for Community and Public Service
1992 Nancy Thorpe Memorial Poetry Award

Selected Bibliography

2008 The Original Outside-the-Box Thinker, Leah Sandals, National Post, July 9, 2008
Contrasts Gallery, Shanghai, hosts Asian and Asian American Artists, Arts and Antiques Weekly, p.9, July 18, 2008
Indian art: unique yet mainstream, Sharon Mizota, LA Times, July 8, 2008
Contradictions and Complexities: Contemporary Art from India, LA Times, June 19, 2008
Subtle Significance, Meenakshi Thirukode, The Hindu Magazine, May 11, 2008
International Profile: Chitra Ganesh, Arshiya Lokhandwala, pp.107-110, Art India, Volume XII, Issue IV, Quarter IV, Spring 2007
Tracing the Index: Impossible Archives, B. Blagojevi, Artcal the Zine, February 29, 2008
Asian Art, by way of Blondie, Julie Riggott, Downtown News LA, February 25, 2008
Sex in the City, Barbara Pollack, ARTNews, January 2008
Kunstmarkt: Metzelnde Heldinnen, Bettina Korgmann, Die Welt, p.30, February 23, 2008
A package from India, the art world’s newest Eastern star, Gareth Harris, Timesonline UK,
March 19, 2008
Artists’ Dictionary: A survey of Contemporary Indian Art
, Flash Art, p.112, Jan/Feb 2008
The Innovators, Alison Satake, Colorlines Magazine, p. 19-22, Jan/Feb 2008

2007 It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s a ... Hindu Goddess?, Ching-in Chen, Hyphen Magazine,
Issue #12, The Transit Issue, Summer 2007
Profile: Artist Chitra Ganesh, Olivia Sand, The Asian Art Newspaper, December 2007
Sex in the City, Holland Cotter, Art in Review, NY Times, November 23, 2007
Chitra Ganesh, Marlyne Sahakian, Artkrush, Issue 68, Oct. 2007
Chitra Ganesh, Jenseits Von Bollywood, Zueritipp, Kunststuecke, Zurich, September 13, 2007
Acquiring a piece of the Asian Art Pie, Ingrid Dudek, Art India, Volume XII/Issue II/Quarter II
Queer Arts, NY Arts Magazine, Sept/Oct 2007
Defying The Definitive, Daniel Kunitz, NY Sun, September 14, 2007
Comic Release, ArtKrush, Issue 49, January 10, 2007

2006 Asian Art: Insiders Looking Out, Vibhuti Patel, Newsweek International, October 2, 2006
Ex-Otica: E L’Arte Di Cindia, p. 28-29, Exibart on paper, Issue 30, Sept/Oct 2006
E7, Holland Cotter, New York Times, September 15, 2006
Defying the Definitive Museums, Daniel Kunitz, New York Sun, September 14, 2007
Asian Roots, Shifting Identities, Roberta Smith, New York Times, September 8, 2006
Women on Top, Karin Miller Lewis, Art India, Volume XI Issue II Quarter II, 2006
Artists on the rise, Dan Bischoff, The Star Ledger, p.1-2, July 30, 2006
Mondo Oggi, p.28-30, Marie Claire Italy, July 2006
No More Drama, The Saga Continues, Holland Cotter, New York Times, June 16, 2006
Down East, Steven Maine, p.55, Art In America, Spring 2006

2005 The Idea of ‘Illegality: Sarai Reader 05: Bare Acts.” Nivedita Menon.
Economic and Political Weekly, November 26, 2005
Artists seek to fill 9/11 Voids, Christine Lagorio, CBSnews.com, September 12, 2005
This Mural Devours its Viewers, Benjamin Genocchio, New York Times, NJ p.11, July 24, 2005
A Glimpse of New York from a Magic Carpet, Dorit Cohen, NY Arts, May/June 2005
Wall-to-Wall Drawings, Christopher Howard, Brooklyn Rail, July 2005
Fatal Love, Courtney Martin, Flash Art May/June 2005, p. 94
Telling Tales of History, Myth, Fantasy (and Real Life, Too), Benjamin Genocchio, New York Times, Connecticut Desk, April 10, 2005
The Artist’s Tale, Benjamin Genocchio, New York Times, NJ April 10, 2005
The Artist: Chitra Ganesh, Trikone Magazine, p.11, March 2005
Magical Flight Through Modern India, Holland Cotter, New York Times, March 4, 2005
Brave New World, Andrea Scott, TimeOut NY, March 17-23, 2005

2004 Mapping South Asian Art, Karin Zizewitz, Art India, p.29, Volume 9 Issue 2, Summer 2004
From the Romantic to the Edgy, Works that Compel, D. Dominick Lombardi, New York Times Art Review, Westchester, July 25, 2004
From Foreign Shores, Rachel Kalpana James, Art India, Volume 9 Issue 1, Winter 2004
Masala, Holland Cotter, New York Times Art in Review, April 9, 2004
Educating Chitra, Julia Westerbeke, TimeOut New York, April 2004
Treasure Maps, TimeOut New York, Laura Auriccho, March 2004
Through Customs, Art Asia Pacific Reviews, Peter Nagy, Winter 2004

2003 100 Gay Success Stories, OUT Magazine, December 2003
Artist in Residence: Chitra Ganesh, Velvet Park Magazine Anniversary Issue 2003

2002 Looking at Those Images, Again and Again, Phyllis Braff, New York Times, November 24, 2002
Mango, Holland Cotter, New York Times Art in Review, July 19, 2002

2001 Art Expresses Cultural Identities, Judy Stoffman, Toronto Star, August 16, 2001
Floating Islands, Art India, Winter Spring 2001

2000 The Women Speak Out, Lawina Melwani, India Today International, May 1, 2000
Unsuitable Girls, Lawina Melwani, Little India, May 15, 2000

Catalogs and Publications

2007 errorist Assemblages: Homonationalism in Queer Times, Jasbir Puar, Duke University Press (cover)
Thermocline of Art, New Asian Waves, Catalog, 2007, Hatje Cantz P Press, ZKM Publications,
Essays by Nancy Adjania, Huang Du, Gregor Jansen, Wonil Rhee, Yukie Kamiya, Eugene Tan, Nicole Wong
How Amnesia Remembered Roxanne, Juicy Mother 2, Manic D Press, Ed. Jennifer Camper
Seeing the Disappeared, with Mariam Ghani. Pavilion Issue 10, Bucharest: January 2007.
A Gathering of the Tribes, Issue 11, p.43, Ed. Steve Cannon, Kathy Price, Lacy Austin
Chitra Ganesh in Conversation with Gayathri Gopinath, GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies,
Duke University Press, Spring 2009

2006 WHO CARES?, Creative Time, with essays by Anne Pasternak and Doug Ashford, D.A.P. Distributed Art Publishers, 2006
One Way or Another, Asian American Art Now, Catalog. Ed. Melissa Chiu, Karen Higa, Suzette
Min, with essays by Margo Michida and Helen Zia, Yale University Press, 2006.
Subcontingent: The subcontinent in Contemporary Art, Mandadori Electa, Milano, 2006
with essays by Ilaria Bonacosa, Franesco Monicorda, Suketu Mehta and Moshin Hamid
Home and the World: South Asia in Transition, Ed: Helen Asquine Fazio, Atreyee Phukan, V.G. Julie Rajan and Shreerekha Subramanian, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2006.

2005 Fatal Love, Catalog. with Essays by Jaishri Abichandani and Prerana Reddy, 2005
Uovo, Special Issue, “DRAWING Volume 1,” The Bookmakers Ed., 2005
Index of the Disappeared: Catalogue.100. ‘zine co-edited & produced with Mariam Ghani, distributed by LMCC during the “Cities, Art & Recovery” conference on the fourth anniversary of 9/11. Black and white, run of 150, 8.5” x 7”, 2005.
Seeing the Disappeared, with Mariam Ghani. Samar Issue 19: Spring/Summer 2005.
Dirty Pop, Issue 3, p.2, Spring 2005
How Do You See the Disappeared?, Journal of Aesthetics & Protest #4. Los Angeles: AK Press, 2005.
Towards a Visual Language of Resistance: Notes on the Disappeared, with Chitra Ganesh.
Bare Acts: The Sarai Reader 05., edited by Raqs Media Collective. New Delhi: Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, 2005.
St. Ann’s Review, 5th Anniversary Edition, 2005, Ed. Beth Bosworth

2004 St. Ann’s Review. Volume 5 Number 1, (cover), Winter/Spring 2004, Ed. Beth Bosworth
Momenta Art 1999 to 2004, With essays by Eric Heist/Michael Waugh and Calvin Reid
Open House: Working in Brooklyn, Catalog. With essay by Charlotta Kotik & Tumelo Mosaka. New York: Brooklyn Museum, 2004.
AIM 23. With essay by Lydia Yee & Amy Rosenblum-Martín. New York: Bronx Museum of Art, 2004

2003 Mango, New York, South Asian Women’s Creative Collective, 2003
Charley 01, Ed. Maurizio Cattelan, Ali Subotnik, Bettina Funcke, Massimiliano Gioni,
D.A.P. Distributed Art Publishers, 2002
Tales of Amnesia, self published Comic book, Edition of 150, 2002

Visiting Artist Lectures and Panels

2008 (Un)Patriot Acts, Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality, New York University, NY
Law and Visual Resistance: Perspectives on Contemporary Art and Politics, South Asian Bar Association, NY
Impossible Archives, Kevorkian Center for middle Eestern Studies, New York University
riDYKEulous: The Odds Are Against Us, PS1, MOMA, NY
Gelman Studio Lecture, Columbia University, NY
Visual Ignition, Visiting Artist Lecture, American University, Washington, DC
California College of Arts, Visiting Artist Lecture, San Francisco, CA

2007 Juicy Mother II, artist and Contributors’ Panel, Bluestocking Bookstore, NY
Elizabeth Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Lecture, Brooklyn Museum, NY
Bloomfield College Visiting Artist Lecture, New Jersey
Artists Talk on Art, Rubin Museum of Art, New York
South Asian Women’s Creative Collective Slide Slam, Asian American Writers’ Workshop, NY
Exquisite Acts & Everyday Rebellions: Feminist Art Symposium, CalArts, CA,
New York Studio School, NY, Visiting Artist Lecture

2006 Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, NY, Visiting Artist Lecture
Mass Art, Boston, MA, Visiting Artist Lecture
Pratt University, NY, Visiting Artist Lecture
Gods, Monsters, and Divas, Lesbian Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center, NY
City Without Walls, Newark, NJ, Guest Artist Lecture
Fuel for the Fire: Intersections of Arts and Activism, Amnesty International family Project, NY
Meeting Artists’ Needs: The Elevator Speech, CUE Art Foundation, NY
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, Visiting Artist Lecture
Columbia University Asian American Studies, NY, Visiting Artist Lecture

2005 Who Cares? Creative Time Artists’ Roundtable Dialogue, NY
Chitra Ganesh and Raissa Venables: Artists’ Dialogue, Jersey City Museum, NJ
And so Forth: Creative alliances for effective activism, Office Opps, Brooklyn, NY
Oberlin University, OH, Visiting Artist Lecture
Empire State College, NY, Visiting Artist Lecture
Fatal Love, Panel Discussion, Queens Museum and Asia Society, NY
Rutgers University, Home and the World Conference, NJ

2004 Sexuality in Art, Connecticut College AAPA History Month Speaker, CT
Treasure Maps: A Roundtable, Yale University, CT, Artists’ Talk, Apex Art, NY
WBAI Asia Pacific Forum Featured Artist Interview
Youth Solidarity Summer: Activism and Public Art, Brecht Forum, NY, 2003

2003 AIM 2003: Selected artists speak on their work, Bronx Museum, NY, 2003
Curator, The Broken Mirror, LeRoy Neiman Gallery, NY, 2003
Wings Academy, Bronx, NY, Visiting Artist

2002 SLAAAP!, In the Country of My Imagination, Asia Society
Bennington College, VT, Visiting Artist Lecture

2001 AccessZone 0.2 for Emerging Artists, Bronx Museum of Art, NY
HIV and Arts Activism, Audre Lorde Project, Brooklyn, NY
(Un)Suitable Girls in Texas, University of Texas at Austin, TX
Arts and Politics, East Coast Asian Students’ Union Conference, NY
Under Western Skies, Jindal Center for Contemporary Art, Mumbai, India
International Women Artists’ Conference, W.E.R.I.S.E., Barnard College, New York, NY

2000 Youth Speak Out through Art, Museum of Natural History, NY

1999 Gen X Conference, Arts and Activism, Brown University, Providence RI
Activism in South Asian Communities, Asia Pacific Forum, WBAI Radio, NY
Exoticize This: Femininity and South Asian Identification, Bryn Mawr College, PA

Collections (selected)

Saatchi Collection
Deutsche Bank
Brooklyn Museum
Gwangju Contemporary art Museum
Queens Museum of Art
Devi Art Foundation
Omi International Art Center
Brodsky Center for Innovative Editions, Rutgers University
Wake Forest University









Recent Exhibits

Chitra Ganesh participated in these exhibits:

Feb, 2014 LEATHER JAPAN 2014
Thomas Erben Gallery
 
Sep, 2013 Zebra Among Horses
Gallery Espace
 
Jul, 2013 Open Studio & Artist Talk (Transparent Studio: Chitra Ganesh)
+91 Foundation
 
Jun, 2013 Transparent Studio: Chitra Ganesh
+91 Foundation
 
Jun, 2013 Approximately Infinite Universe
Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego-La Jolla
 
Mar, 2013 The Emo Show
EFA Project Space
 
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