Indrapramit Roy studied printmaking (BFA) at the Visva-Bharati University of
Santiniketan (1982-87) and painting (MFA, 1987-89) at the Faculty of Fine Arts of M.S.
University of Baroda, India. Subsequently he was awarded Inlaks Scholarship to study
MA Painting (1990-92) at the Royal College of Art, London, which included a term at
Cite des Arts, Paris. He also spent a term in Berlin on an Erasmus Exchange Scholarship.
From amongst the 16 solo shows held so far the last few were in
, Aicon gallery - USA in May 2007, The Anant Art Gallery,
New Delhi in 2006 and 2009, Pundole Art Gallery,
Mumbai in February 2008 and Galerie-88, Kolkata in November-December 2012 and
2015. ‘Mezzaterra’, his latest solo show opened at Threshold gallery in New Delhi in
He has taken part in Group shows in New York, London, Melbourne and Yangon and has
represented India in Asian Art Exhibition in Macao and the Cairo Biennale, Cairo. In
2013 completed a 12 x 26 feet mural for Terminal-2 of the new Mumbai International
Airport (now rechristened as- Jai Ho Museum).
Honours and fellowships include Kanoria Centre Fellowship (1989-90), Inlaks
Scholarship (1990-92), Govt. of India-Junior Research Fellowship (1993-95), the
Fulbright fellowship, USA (2004-5) and more recently Artist-in-Residence at The Siena
Art Institute (March 2013).
Indrapramit has been teaching painting at his alma mater Faculty of Fine Arts, MSU of
Baroda since 1995.