Paresh maithy Events

Awards
Paresh Maity has won a handful of prestigious awards over the years.
• 2012 Dayawati Modi Award for Art, Culture & Education
• 2005 Indo-American Society
• 2002 Royal Watercolour Society, London
• 1999 Harmony Award, Mumbai
• 1993 British Council Visitorship
• 1992 Pt. Ravishankar Award from College of Art, New Delhi
• 1990 All India Fine Arts and Craft Society Award for 62nd All India Art Exhibition, New Delhi
• 1990 Award for Outstanding Painting, Birla Academy of Art and Culture, Kolkata
• 1990 All India Fine Arts and Crafts Society Award for Best Watercolour Painting, New Delhi
• 1989 National Scholarship Award, Government of India
• 1988 Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru Birth Centenary Celebration Award
• 1988 Governor’s Gold Medal from Academy of Fine Arts, Kolkata
• 1987 Jamini Roy Birth Centenary Celebration Award
• 1986 Award, Indian Society of Oriental Art, Kolkata
• 1985 Award, Government of West Bengal for Best Water Colour Painting Award, Indian Society of Oriental Art, Kolkata
• 1983 Gold Medal, U.S.S.R.

Collections
Paresh Maity's works are featured in several private and public collections across the world which include
• Leela Palace, New Delhi
• Crown Plaza, London
• Quilon, London
• Leela Palace, Chennai
• Steller Foundation, London
• British Museum, London
• Rubin Museum of Art, New York
• National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi
• Birla Academy of Art and Culture, Kolkata
• Oberoi Group of Hotels; ITC Limited
• Welcomgroup Hotels; Tata Iron & Steel Co. Ltd.
• Kirloskar; DCM Group of Companies
• Jindal Group of Companies; Singhania Group of Companies
• Standard Chartered Bank; Citibank; Ranbaxy Laboratories
• Godrej; Eicher Group; Dr. Reddy’s; Thapar Group
• Williamson Magor Limited; RPG Industries
• TAFE; Hindustan Computers Limited; Hindustan Lever
• CIPLA; SIEL: Jalans; MAX India; Mayo College, Ajme;
• Commonwealth Development Corporation, London
• Noon Group, London; Mathys Medical (P) Ltd.
• T-3, Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi.


Select exhibitions
Paresh Maity has over the past 30 years done select exhibitions across the world which include
• 2013 : Art Stage, Singapore with Gallery Sumukha.
• 2013 : Art Thirteen, London Olympia.
• 2012 : Eternal Landscape joint show with Ram Kumar at ICIA, Mumbai.
• 2012 : Solo Exhibition Chennai presented by Gallery Sumukha as a part of Chennai Art Festival.
• 2012 : Solo Exhibition at Art House, Singapore presented by Gallery Sumukha.
• 2012 : Art Stage, Singapore with Gallery Sumukha.
• 2012 : Kolkata Taj Bengal in Association with Gallery Sanskriti. Presented by Jaguar Land Rover.
• 2011 : Chivas Studio, New Delhi and Mumbai
• 2011 : Gallery Sumukha in association with Weiling Contemporary, Malaysia in Bangalore, Kuala Lumpur
• 2011 : Participation, Art Stage Singapore, presented by Gallery Sumukha
• 2011 : Shesh Lekha, Poems by Rabindranath Tagore translated in english by Pritish Nandy
• 2011 : Interpreted by Paresh Maity, NGMA, New Delhi, Mumbai, supported by Art Alive Gallery.
• 2011 : Shesh Lekha travelling show Tao Gallery, Mumbai and CIMA Gallery, Kolkata.
• 2010 : Joint show with Steve McCurry, Chicago, Tourism Centre in association with Art Alive Gallery.
• 2010 : Group show, Shizaru Art Gallery, London
• 2010 : The World on a Canvas, Art Alive Gallery, Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi
• 2009 : Montage, Moments & Memories, Art Musings, Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai
• 2008 : Gallery Sumukha, Chennai
• 2008 : An Enchanting Journey, Art Alive Gallery, New Delhi
• 2007 : CIMA Gallery, Kolkata
• 2006 : Aicon Gallery, Palo Alto, USA
• 2006 : Visual Arts Gallery, Hong Kong, presented by Gallery Sumukha
• 2005 : Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai, in collaboration with Art Musings
• 2005 : Arts India, New York
• 2005 : Gallery in Cork Street, London, in association with ICICI Bank
• 2004 : Alliance Francaise, Singapore, organised by Gallery Sumukha with Easel, Singapore
• 2004 : CIMA Art Gallery, Kolkata
• 2003 : Shapes in Symphony, Gallerie Ganesha, New Delhi
• 2002 : Arts India, New York; Venetian Odyssey, British Council, New Delhi
• 2002 : Tagore Centre, Berlin, Germany
• 2001 : Venetian Odyssey, Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai; British Council, New Delhi
• 2001 : Philip Gallery, London
• 2000 : CIMA Art Gallery, Kolkata; Gallerie Aspekte, Germany
• 2000 : Venetian Odyssey, Hotel Aryanbika, Debrecen, Hungary
• 2000 : Galerie Mohanjeet, Paris
• 1999 : Two Decades of Classic Watercolours, Shridharani, Triveni Kala Sangam, Gallerie Ganesha, and British Council, New Delhi;
• 1999 : Gallery Sumukha, Bangalore
• 1998 : Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai; Cymroza Art Gallery, Mumbai
• 1997 : CIMA Gallery, Kolkata
• 1996 : Shridharani Gallery, Triveni Kala Sangam, New Delhi
• 1996 : Hungarian Information and Cultural Centre, New Delhi
• 1996 : Gallerie Ganesha, New Delhi; Paracelsus Rotenfleskdinik
• 1996 : Ausgestelt, in association with Galerie Aspekte, Germany; ARKS Gallery, London
• 1995 : Cymroza Art Gallery, Mumbai
• 1994 : British Council, Kolkata; Gallerie Ganesha, New Delhi;
• 1994 : The Gallery, Chennai; Galerie Aspekte, Germany;
• 1994 : Shridharani Gallery, Triveni Kala Sangam, New Delhi
• 1993 : Gallerie Ganesha, New Delhi; All India Fine Arts and Crafts Society, New Delhi
• 1992 : Gallerie Ganesha, New Delhi; Birla Academy of Art and Culture, Kolkata;
• 1992 : Cymroza Art Gallery, Mumbai;
• 1992 : Siddhartha Art Gallery, Kathmandu; Windsor Manor, Bangalore
• 1991 : Gallerie Ganesha, New Delhi; Gallery Katayun, Kolkata;
• 1991 : Sophia Duchesne Art Gallery, Mumbai
• 1990 : Gallerie Ganesha, New Delhi; Gallery Katayun, Kolkata
• 1989 : Gallery Katayun, Kolkata
• 1988 : Academy of Fine Arts, Kolkata

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