Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Lot of Art Jobs; Are You There?

Surfacing Over There at Matthieu Foss, Mumbai

Reputed Gallery Wants Research and Documentation Assistants

A well known gallery in New Delhi looks out for Research Assistants and Documentation officers.

The applicant should be a post graduate in art history, criticism, aesthetics or visual art.

Attractive pay package and an opportunity to work with eminent artists and their works.

Send in your application with Bio-Data and other details to:

Gallery Needs Office Executive

A new gallery based in South Delhi (towards Aya Nagar) wants an office executive. The applicant should be proficient in handling communication and general aspects of exhibition mounting.

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Opportunity for Student Artists to Sell Their works

Are you an art student? And you want to sell your work below Rs.50,000/? There are collectors looking out for your works.

Send in your low resolution images, bio-data to

If you are twenty five years old, out of college and still want to sell your work below Rs.50,000/-, you may also apply.

Art History Students at Jamia Millia Islamia Curate 'Transformation'

Art History MFA students of the Art History Department at the Jamia Millia Islamia curate a show titled Transformation. The show was officially graced by eminent artist Shobha Broota on 21st February 2011. The show is on till 26th February. The student curators are Nisha Aggarwal, Pradeep Arya, Romana Farid and Satish Malaviya.

Delhi Art Gallery Celebrates the Progressives with Bikram Singh's film

Delhi Art Gallery (DAG), New Delhi celebrates the ongoing exhibition on the Bombay Progressive Artists, with the screening of a film on the Progressives by the noted documentary director, Bikram Singh on 25th February 2011 at 5 pm at the gallery in Haus Khaz Village. Open to all.

Humor, Wit and Satire: Show extended @ Threshold Gallery, New Delhi

Humor, Wit and Satire, a group show of eminent artists who works with a sense of humor, curated by Tunty Chauhan is extended till 28th February 2011.

K.C.S Panicker Prize for K.S.Radhakrishnan

Government of Kerala and Lalitha Kala Akademy conferred the second K.C.S.Panicker Prize to eminent sculptor K.S.Radhakrishnan. In a well attended function at the Durbar Hall Grounds in Kochi, K.S.Radhakrishan received the award.

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  1. this is fantastic blog Johny, congartulation.
    it will be of good help for many.
    best wishes

  2. J ML, ok. but akadey is award to chairman cn a commity..dont know ..about that award..for what.