Jagannath Panda received Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at Bhubaneswar’s B. K. College of
Art & Crafts 1991, Masters in Sculpture at the M. S. University of Baroda, Gujarat, 1994
and also a MA in sculpture at the Royal College of Art, London. He was also invited to
Fukuoka University of Education in Japan as a visiting research fellow. Jagannath’s work
has been shown at numerous international exhibitions and festivals including - solo gallery
shows in Tokyo, London, Berlin and San Francisco as well as in New Delhi and Mumbai. His
work has been also included at the Asian Art Museum, Fukuoka, Japan; the Royal College
of Art, London; Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, and the Devi Art Foundation, New Delhi Essl
Museum, Vienna, the National Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul, and the Museum of
Contemporary Art, Shanghai; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, and the Museum
of Contemporary Art, Taipei; Lyon Museum of Contemporary Art, France, and MAXXI
Museum, Rome ;the Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, and Ullens Center for Contemporary
Art, Beijing; and the National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi. Panda’s work has been
exhibited at numerous art fairs, including the Armory Show, New York (2008), Art Basel in
Basel and Miami (2008), the International Contemporary Art Fair (FIAC), Paris (2008), Art
HK Hong Kong International Art Fair (2011) and Art Dubai (2012).
His works are in the collection of Asian Art Museum, Fukuoka; the Mori Art Museum,
Tokyo; the Fine Art Museum, Chandigarh; the National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi;
and the Devi Art Foundation, New Delhi and other private and public collection.
As a Contemporary Indian painter and sculptor Jagannath Panda creates intricate art that
reconciles the mythical and technological, reflecting on India’s transition in an era of intense
He lives and works in Delhi.