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Ratnakar Ojha   Hailing from the state of Orissa, Ratnakar Ojha learnt his craft at the Government College of Arts and Crafts, Khallikote, Orissa and the Sir J. J. School of Arts, Mumbai. Vivid splashes of paint, attenuated figures of women and an overall impression of melancholy are what characterise the paintings of Ratnakar Ojha.

BIO-DATA

 

  • Education:

                           1979 Diploma in Paintings              

 Indira Kala Sangeet University, Khairagarh

                               1983 G.D. Arts (Metal Craft)               

Sir J. J. School of Art, Mumbai

  • 25 solo exhibitions and several group shows participation in New Delhi, Mumbai, Calcutta, Chennai, Bangalore, Pune, Bhubaneswar, Mauritius, Hang Kong, London since 1980.
  • Group Exhibitions/ Participations:

2008

"Indian Kaleidoscope" by Ki Gallery

Kuala Lumpur


2004

"Vision 2004" by Rang Art

San Francisco


2003

"Figurative" by Jamaat Art Gallery

Mumbai


2003

"Indian Contemporary Art at it's Best" by Intex, Colours on Canvas

Dubai


2002

"Contemporary Indian Art Show" by Intex, Colours on Canvas

Dubai


2002

"Harvest2002" by Arushi Art Gallery

New Delhi


2002

"A Panorama of Indian Contemporary Art" by Gallery Maya at Art Circle

Hong Kong


2002

"Artist of the month February 2002"

Saffronart.com


2001

"Art Trends2"  by Galleria

Hong Kong


2001

"Indian Contemporary Art" by Saffronart

Hong Kong


2001

"I am moved" A charity auction of Indian Contemporary Art in aid of Gujarat Earthquake Relief Fund at The Peshwa, Holiday Inn,

Pune


2000

"India Visited" Indian Contemporary Art at Gallerie D' Art Amrita Dyalah

Mauritius


2000

"WALL OF COLOURS" by Galleria at Jehangir Art Gallery

Mumbai


1998

"Highlight" by Galleria at Academy of Fine Art & Literatures

New Delhi


1997

"The Indian Beast" by Apparao Galleries at Shridharni Gallery

New Delhi


1997

"An Ode to Independence" by Apparao Galleries at India Habitat Center & Air Gallery

New Delhi and London


1996

"Women in Indian Art" by The Gallery at Visual Art Center

Hong Kong

 

             


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