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Birthplace
Sidapur, Coorg District, Karnataka, India

Birth year
1971

Website

Representing galleries

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Bio:
Kiran Subbaiah was born in India. He has studied and worked at various art institutions in India and Europe. His creative production consist of 3-dimensional objects, site/context-specific texts, short stories, videos, and proposals for utilitarian objects. He has been making computer-specific art-objects since 1999. He is currently having a solo show, Narcissicon, at Chatterjee & Lal in Mumbai.

 

KIRAN SUBBAIAH CV

Male, Indian. 

DOB: 13/02/1971.

POB: Sidapur, Coorg District, Karnataka, India.

Education:

1999: MFA (Sculpture), Royal College of Art, London, UK.

1994: MFA (Sculpture), Fine Arts Faculty, M.S. University, Baroda, India.

1992: BFA (Sculpture), Kala Bhavana, Santiniketan, India.

Group Shows:

1996: Garden of Delight, Vlaardingen Boomgard, The Netherlands.

1997: Antonin Artaud Centenary Show, Eicher Gallery, New Delhi.

1998: Summer Show, RCA, London.

1998, 99: Absolute Secret for Absolut Vodka, Gulbenkian Hall, London.

1999: Another Place, Levi's Flagship Gallery, London.

2000: Visages de Rencontres, Maison Populaire de Montreuil, Paris.

2000: Open Circle, Tao Gallery, Mumbai.

2001: On The Edge of Volume, Alliance Francaise, Bangalore.

2002: Een Andere Kijk op de Wereld, Fort Vuren, The Netherlands.

2002: Festival de Rode Loper, De Niewe Ooster, Amsterdam.

2002: Private Mytholigies, Apeejay Media Gallery, New Delhi.

2002: Media Arts Asia Pacific Festival, Beijing.

2002: All my Belongings. Rijksakademie Open Ateliers. Amsterdam.

2003: Projections. Irma Vep Lab, Chatillion, France.

2003: Stopping By (with Dustin Larson). Clean Brothers' Laundry, Amsterdam.

2003: Lost and Found Radio, De Waag, Amsterdam.

2003: Backwards Ahead, Rijksakademie Open Ateliers, Amsterdam.

2004: Another Passage to India, Musee d'Ethnographie, Geneva.

2004: Indo-German Video Art Festival, Goethe Institute, Bangalore.

2004: 10th Biennale de l'Image en mouvement, Centre pour l'image contemporaine, Geneva.

2004: Location Zero = Infinity, Pixxel Point, Nova Gorica, Slovenia.

2004: Have We Met? The Japan Foundation, Tokyo.

2004: LA Freewaves, 9th Biennial Festival of Film, Video and New media, Los Angeles.

2005: Are We Like This Only? Vadhera Gallery, New Delhi, India.

2005: Mirror Worlds, Australian Center for Photography, Sydney.

2006: Subcontigent, Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Torino, Italy

2007: Objects, Vadhera Gallery, New Delhi.

2008: First Left Second Right, Thomas Erben Gallery, New York.

2008: Still Moving, Devi Foundation, New Delhi.

2008: East West Encounter, Gallery Kashi, Cochin, India.

2008: By all Means, C&L, Mumbai.

2008: Singapore Biennale

2008: Chalo India, Mori Museum, Tokyo.

2008: Indian Highway (I), Serpentine, London.

2009: Analytic Engine, Bose Pacia, Kolkata.

2009: On Certainty, Bose Pacia, New York.

2009: Chalo India, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea.

2009: Indian Highway (II), Astrup Fearnley Museet for Moderne Kunst, Oslo.

2009: India (1899-2008). La Casa Encendida, Madrid.

2009: The View from Elsewhere, Sherman Art Foundation, Sydney; Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane.

2009: Caturday is Cleaning Day, The Loft, Mumbai.

2009: Moment as Monument, Travancore Palace, New Delhi.

2010: Indian Highway (III), Herning Kunstmuseum of Contemporary Art, Denmark.

2010: Video Art India, Fundació "la Caixa", Barcelona.

2010: I Think - therefore Graffiti, The Guild, Mumbai.

2010: Last Words, 4A Center for Contemporary Art. Sydney.

2011: Skoda Prize show, Max Muller Bhavan, New Delhi.

2011: Indian Highway (IV), MAC Lyon. France.

2011: Paris, Delhi, Bombay…, Centre Pompidou, Paris.

2011: On the Sidereal, The Guild, Mumbai.

2011: Video Soiree, La Centrale, Montreal.

2011: Indian Highway (V), MAXXI, Rome.

2011: You Don’t Belong (I), UCCA, Beijing.

2011: You Don’t Belong (II), Libreria Borges Institute for Contemporary Art, Guangzhou.

2011: You Don’t Belong (III), Minsheng Art Museum, Shanghai.

2012: Cinema Alley, Gallery 4A, Sydney.

2012: Indian Highway (VI), UCCA, Beijing.

2012: Five (anniversary show), C&L Mumbai.

2012: Kochi-Muziris Biennale. Kochi.

Solo Shows:

1996: Confronting Gift-wrapped Curses, Fine Arts Faculty, Baroda.

1997: Revised Lessons in Taking and Giving, Images gallery, Bangalore.

1999: Hello I am..., Kent Institute of Art & Design, Canterbury.

2002: Shhhhh! Karnataka Chitrakala Parishad, Bangalore.

2009: Sleepwalker Daydream, C&L, Mumbai.

2012: Selected Short Videos. Mumbai Art Room, Mumbai.

2012: Narcissicon), C&L Mumbai.

Residencies/ Workshops:

1995: European Ceramic Work Centre, Holland.

1998: Cite Internationale des Arts, Paris.

1999 –2001: Shankara Centre for the Arts, Bangalore, India.

2000: Open Circle, Mumbai.

2002: Skoki Workshop, Poznan Akademie, Poland.

2002-3: Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten. Amsterdam.

2005: Khoj Workshop, Mumbai.

2005-6: Stiftung Kuenstlerdorf Schoeppingen, Germany.

2008: Khoj Sonic Art Residency, New Delhi.

2011: Flaggfabrikken, Bergen, Norway.

Grants:

1995: Unesco Aschberg Bursary

1997: Inlaks scholarship

2002 -3: Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs

2005: Stiftung Kuenstlerdorf Schoeppingen.

Work Experience:

1998: Visiting Tutor, Kent Institute of Art and Design, Canterbury, UK.

2001: Visiting Faculty, National Institute of Design, Ahemadabad, IN.

2003: Visiting Artist, Den Bosch Academy of Art and Design, s’Hertogenbosch, NL.

2005: Exhibition Coordinator, World Information City Exhibition, Bangalore, IN.

2006: Seminar Coordinator, ‘The Expanding Field of Video’, CKP/ Max Muller Bhavan, Bangalore, IN.

2007: Jury, Srishti School of Art and Design, Bangalore, IN

2007: Evaluator, India Foundation for the Arts, Bangalore IN

2011: Visiting Faculty, Srishti School of Art and Design, Bangalore, IN

Publications:

2011: Indian Highway, © MAC Lyon. France.

2011: Paris, Delhi, Bombay…, © Centre Pompidou, Paris.

2011: Indian Highway, © MAXXI, Rome.

2010: Video Art India, © Fundació "la Caixa", Barcelona.

2010: Last Words, © Gallery 4A. Sydney.

2009: India (1899-2008). © La Casa Encendida, Madrid.

2009: The View from Elsewhere, © Sherman Art Foundation, Sydney; Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane.

2009: The View from Elsewhere, © Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation and Queensland Art Gallery.

2009: On Certainty, Shifter Magazine, Issue 14, New York.

2009: Chalo India, © National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea.

2009: Indian Highway, © Astrup Fearnley Museet for Moderne Kunst, Oslo.

2009: Platform Magazine (Review), Issue 1, Mumbai.

2009: Learning Curve by Deepanjana Pal, Time Out Magazine Mumbai. April. © Time Out.

2009: India. Auteur Films, Independent Documentaries and Video Art (1899-2008). © La Casa Encendida

2008: Indian Highway, © Serpentine.

2008: Chalo India, © Mori Art Museum.

2006: Subcontigent. Ilaria Bonacossa and Francesco Manacorda. © Electa | Fondazione Sandretto  Re Rebaudengo.

2006: Autobiography of a Truthful Man (videos on DVD), Copyleft.

2005: The Ludic Epiphany of Kiran Subbaiah, by Abhishek Hazra, © Art and Deal.

2005: Mirror Worlds, © ACP.

2005: Are we Like This Only?, © Vadhera Gallery.

2004: Have We Met? ã The Japan Foundation.

2003: Video Art in India, ã Apeejay Press, e.books World Pvt Ltd.

2003: Being It, ã Dustin Larson, Kiran Subbaiah.

2003: Stopping By, ã Dustin Larson, Kiran Subbaiah.

2002: Concealments (video works on DVD), Copyleft.

2002: Original Photocopy  (first edition), Copyleft.

2002: CRASHRUN v2.0, (CD ROM), Copyleft.

2001: On the Edge of Volume, by Marta J Karle, ã Synergy Foundation.

2001: Art Utopia and the Allegorical Impulse, by Shankar Natarajan, ã Art India Magazine.

2000: 20th Century Indian Sculpture, edited by Dr Shivaji Panikker, ã Marg Publications.

1999: The Show, ã RCA.

1999: Visages de Rencontres, by Estelle Pages, ã Au figur et Maison Populaire.

1997: Garden of Delight, Vilma Henkelman, ã Stichting Ceramic Circle.

1997: Revised Lessons in Taking and Giving, Copyleft.

Recent Exhibits

Kiran Subbaiah participated in these exhibits:

Dec, 2013 We Are Ours: A Collection of Manifestos For The Instant
Clark House (Bombay)
 
Dec, 2013 We Are Ours: A Collection of Manifestos For The Instant
KHOJ International Artists' Association
 
Mar, 2013 Chatterjee & Lal at Photoink
PHOTOINK
 
Dec, 2012 Narcissicon
Chatterjee & Lal Gallery
 
Aug, 2012 Five
Chatterjee & Lal Gallery
 
Jul, 2011 On The Sidereal
The Guild Art Gallery
 
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