Trupti Patel, born in 1957, Nairobi, Kenya. She studied sculpture from Faculty of Fine Arts, M.S.University of Baroda and Ceramic Sculpture from Royal College of Art, London with scholarship from British Council and Charles Wallace.
Her significant solo exhibitions are *Places.Earths.Identity*, Gallery Sumukha, Bangalore, 2020; *Individual/ Society/Clay Initiatives*, 2011 and *White Heat*, 2008 both shows held at India Habitat Centre, 2011, presented by Gallerie Alternatives, New Delhi; *Fluent Consciousness*, Sakshi Gallery, Mumbai, 2004-2005; Queen’s Gallery, The British Council, New Delhi, 2004; Nazar Gallery, 2001; Chelmsford and Essex Museum, Chelmsford, 1996; The Hannah Peschar Gallery, Ockley, 1995; Student Showcase, Museum of Mankind, London, 1986; Hatheesing Art Gallery, Ahmedabad, 1983.
Her selected participation in group shows includes, India Art Summit, New Delhi; 2011; *Fly Vadodara Fly, celebrating Vadodara on canvas*, Red Earth Galleries, Baroda, 2011; *From the centre*, Ceramic Centre, Vadodara in collaboration with Gallery Art & Soul, Mumbai, 2010; *On the Table*, Tranceforme, Mumbai, 2009; *Three by One*, Crafts Study Centre, Farnham and book published by Crafts Council/ Crafts Study Centre, London, 2010;*Earth Synergy*, an Indo Korean Contemporary Ceramic Exhibition, Gallerie Navya, New Delhi, 2008 & Inko Centre, Chennai, 2007; *Indian Ceramics Today*, Herwitz Gallery, Ahmedabad, 2008; *Influences*, Lanxess ABS Gallery, Vadodara, 2007; *Making of Divinity*, curated by Ina Puri, Sakshi Gallery, Mumbai, 2006; *Take Two: The Chennai Chapter*, Gallery Sumukha, Chennai, 2006; *Bronze*,Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi, presented by Gallery Espace, 2006; *The Chair Project*, Sarjan Art Gallery, Vadodara, 2005; 11th Triennale, Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi, 2005; *Subtlety-Minimally*, curated by Marta Jakimowicz, Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi, presented by Sakshi Gallery, 2004; *Looking Forward, Looking Backward*, Sarjan Art Gallery, Vadodara, 2004; *Solitude*, Artist Centre, Mumbai, Apparao Gallery, 2003; *Transporatale S2* Crossing-Knotting, Berlin Railway Station, Berlin, 2003; *Voices against Violence*, Faculty of Fine Arts, Vadodara, 2002; *Water*, by Delhi Blue Pottery at India Habitat Centre, New Delhi, 2002;*Beyond the Surface*, The Fine Art Company, Mumbai & Gallery Espace, New Delhi, 2000; Drawing 98, Nazar Gallery, Vadodara, 1998; Eastern Edge, Laing Art Gallery, New Castle-upon-Tyne, 1997; SOFA Miami Exposition, 2nd International Annual exposition, Miami, 1996; *The Raw and the Cooked*, The Shigaraki Ceramic Sculpture Park, Japan, 1995; Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taiwan and Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, Swansea, 1994; The Raw and the Cooked, The Barbican Art Gallery, London, a survey of New Work in Clay in Britain, organised by The Museum of Modern Art, Oxford, 1993; London Art Fair, Business Design Centre, London, 1992; *Colours of Earth*, The British Council show in India, 1991; *Clay Bodies*, Contemporary Applied Arts, London, 1992; *Panorama of Indian Contemporary Sculpture*, Mumbai, 1987; First World Triennale of Small Ceramics, Yugoslavia, 1984.
She is recipient of The Charles Wallace India Trust award, 1984 and The British Council, New Delhi, 1983.
Trupti’s works are in prominent Museum collections Victoria and Albert, The Shigaraki Ceramic Sculpture Park, Birmingham Museum, Chelmsford and Essex Museum, The University of Wales, The Ceramic Centre-Light Publications Ltd and many private collections.
She lives and works in Vadodara, Gujarat.
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