Neeraj Gupta

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Neeraj Gupta
Neeraj Gupta Sculpture Artist.jpg
Born1969
Delhi
Nationality Indian
Alma materSchool of Planning and Architecture, Delhi
OccupationSculpture Artist

Neeraj Gupta (born 1969) is an Indian sculptor.[1][2] He took second prize in the sculpture section of the Florence Biennale in 2017, one of over a hundred winners in eleven sections.[3] In 2018 he was one of the two hundred artists[4] accepted to exhibit at the annual NordArt exhibition in the Carlshütte [de] of Büdelsdorf, in Schleswig-Holstein in northern Germany.[5] Keshav Malik was his guru.[6]

In 2004 he won the Sahitya Kala Parishad award at the 28th Annual Art Exhibition, Govt. of N.C.T. of Delhi.[7] Gupta is the founder and active member of Delhi art society.[8]

Gupta is also one of the finalists of Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize 2018 out of 666 entries.[9]

Neeraj Gupta's art "From Here to Eternity" was selected for 8th Beijing International Art Biennale China 2019.[10]

Public Exhibitions[edit]

Awards and Honors[edit]

Documentary and bibliography[edit]

  • Documentary on Singasth Kumbh 20[26]
  • 20 Solutions, Artist Response to Climate Change, released on the eve of Climate Summit in PARIS by Environment Minister, Govt. of India 2015[27]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Urban art sculpture adorns central Delhi". Hindustan Times. 4 May 2013.
  2. ^ "Enduring Stones, Deep Woods: Sculptures by Neeraj Gupta". Asia Art Archive.
  3. ^ a b "The names of the awarded artists 2017 - Florence Biennale". Florence Biennale. 15 October 2017.
  4. ^ "NordArt Homepage". nordart.de (in German).
  5. ^ "The artists of the NordArt". www.nordart.de (in German).
  6. ^ "Neeraj Gupta, Entertainment Photo, Delhi Times shutterbug capture..." timescontent.com.
  7. ^ a b Ashok, Sowmiya; Ashok, Sowmiya (7 May 2013). "Depicting Delhi's spiral of energy". The Hindu.
  8. ^ "Delhi to soon get a policy and a master plan for public art - Neeraj Gupta". Hindustan Times. HT Media Ltd. 7 December 2018. p. 3.
  9. ^ a b "Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize announces 2018 finalists" (PDF). sculptureprize.woollahra.nsw.gov.au. woollahra.nsw.gov.au. 2 August 2018.
  10. ^ "Exhibition News". www.bjbiennale.com.cn.
  11. ^ Ashok, Sowmiya (6 May 2013). "Depicting Delhi's spiral of energy". The Hindu.
  12. ^ "Urban art sculpture adorns central Delhi". hindustantimes.com. 4 May 2013.
  13. ^ "Participating artists of the 3rd Santorini Biennale – 2016 | Santorini Art Biennial 2016 – Official Website". santorinibiennale.gr.
  14. ^ Ningthoujam, Sainico (23 December 2016). "Mythology in a new context". The Hindu.
  15. ^ "DELHI ARTS SOCIETY". delhiartsociety.com.
  16. ^ "IIC India International Centre - Home". www.iicdelhi.nic.in.
  17. ^ "EXHIBITION "Environment…let us breathe better together" group shows of sculptures & paintings, photographs and collages at Art Gallery, Main Building, India International Centre (IIC), Lodhi Estate > 2nd to 7th December 2015". Delhi Events.
  18. ^ "Kaya Kalpsculpture exhibition". photogallery.indiatimes.com.
  19. ^ ""Kaya Kalap" A solo exhibition of sculptures by Neeraj Gupta at Visual Arts Gallery, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road> 24th January-3rd February 2013". Delhi Events.
  20. ^ "Lighting tips for art". Times of India Blog.
  21. ^ Visual Arts: TheIndia Habitat Centre's Journal. The Centre. 2003.
  22. ^ "'Sculpt for Delhi' to showcase magnanimity of aesthetic art, culture | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis". dna. 26 March 2018.
  23. ^ "A sculpture exhibition to promote public art - Times of India". The Times of India.
  24. ^ "Sculpture exhibition featuring diverse artworks inaugurated". Business Standard India. 5 March 2019.
  25. ^ "Neeraj Gupta Becomes First Indian Artist To Win Florence Biennale Award - THE DAYAFTER". THE DAYAFTER. 25 October 2017.
  26. ^ "Rough Edit Kumbh Mela 2016". 24 November 2016.
  27. ^ "Sculptor Neeraj Gupta". Moneycontrol.

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