Kishore Roy

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Kishore Roy
Ghaziabad, India

Born 1964 in Kolkata, Kishore Roy graduated in art from Govt. College of Arts and Crafts, Kolkata. His imagery is primarily figurative adorning a colourful appearance. The narratives rotate around mythological themes. Widely exhibited, his work has been featured in more than 25 group shows and over ten solo exhibitions in Kolkata and Delhi besides other Indian metros. His works have also been showcased in various cities abroad. Roy’s artworks are collected by the National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi, Singapore High Commission, and Ashoka Hotel Jaipur as well as with private collectors in USA, and the UK.

  • 1990 - BVA, Govt. Art College Kolkata.
  • 1983 - BA, Motijheel College, Kolkata.
Easel Stories Recommends
Kishore Roy is greatly influenced by the blue God of Indian mythology Krishna and his devotion is vividly painted in a rainbow-like manner across each canvas. Roy’s Easel Stories revolve around folklores about mythical figures and settings.
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Shows & exhibitions
  • The Magic of Mythology, Travancore Palace,
  • 2008 - Nitanjali Art Gallery, New Delhi.
  • 2004 - “Green Summer”, Nitanjali Art Gallery, New Delhi.
  • 2002, 03 - Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi.
  • 2000 - Triveni Kala Sangam, New Delhi.
  • 1999 - Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai.
  • 1997, 98 - M.E.C. Art Gallery, New Delhi.
  • 1995 - Academy of Fine Arts, Kolkata
Group Exhibitions:
  • 2008 - “19@ Nitanjali”, Epicentre, Gurgaon.
  • 2007: “Siksha”, Exhibition of Contemporary Artist, Hyatt Regency, New Delhi.
  • A Tribute to Lalit Suri, NGO Savera, New Delhi.
  • “Uninterrupted Journeys”, Nitanjali at ITC Grand Central, Mumbai.
  • 2006: Euphonic Palettes Nitanjali, Grand Hyatt Dubai, UAE.
  • Euphonic Palettes2 Nitanjali, Alliance Francaise, New Delhi.
  • Indo-Pakistan Contemporary Art, Nitanjali with Ejaz Art Gallery, Lahore.
  • 2005 - Indo-Korean Friendship, IFACS, New Delhi.
  • 2004 - Indian Art Unbound I, Nitanjali Art Gallery, London.
  • 2002: Vintage Art, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi.
  • Karma Art Gallery, New Delhi.
  • “Art Positive”, India Centre, New Delhi.
  • Delhi Art Club, New Delhi.
  • Deva Art Gallery, New Delhi.
  • 1992, 94, 96, 98, 99, 2001 - M.E.C. Art Gallery, New Delhi.
  • 2001 - Lalit Kala Academy, New Delhi.
  • 1992, 99, 2000 - AIFACS Annual Exhibition, New Delhi.
  • 1985, 88, 89 - Mid Summer Show, Academy of Fine Arts.