Indrapramit Roy

Indrapramit Roy

artist bio

Indrapramit Roy is an artist, teacher, occasional writer and sometime illustrator. He studied printmaking at Visva-Bharati University of Santiniketan and MFA in Painting at the Faculty of Fine Arts of the M.S. University of Baroda, followed by another Master degree in Painting from the Royal College of Art, London, that included a term each at Cite des Arts, Paris and Hochschule der Kunst, Berlin on Erasmus exchange grant.

Indrapramit has been exhibiting since 1990 and has had 17 solo shows so far. He has represented India in Asian Art Exhibition in Macao and the Cairo Biennale and most recently “India at 70” at Bangkok. In 2013 he completed a12x26 feet mural for Terminal-2 of the new Mumbai International Airport. Honours and fellowships include Kanoria Centre Fellowship (1989-90)/ Inlaks fellowship (1990-92) to study at RCA, London/ Junior Research Fellowship (1993-95) from the Government of India/ the Fulbright fellowship, USA (2004-5) and more recently Artist- in-Residence at The Siena Art Institute (2013).

He has been teaching painting at his alma mater Faculty of Fine Arts, MSU of Baroda since 1995.