Invited to present work at PCNY Annual Artists Showcase

Invited to present work at PCNY Annual Artists Showcase
Society of Illustators, NY
May 2019

Works selected for 4th New York International Mini Print Show

Manhattan Graphics Center, Nov 1-30, NYC
Curated by Saarh Kirk Hanley

"The Unity of Everything", Princeton

"The Unity of Everything", Princeton
Art Times Two Gallery, Princeton, NJ. Curated by Karen Fitzgerald, this exhibit also includes work by Deborah Barlow, Daniel Zeller, Lorrie Fredette, Elizabeth Mead, Liz Whitney Quisgard and Andra Samelson
Sep 11, 2018 - Feb 2019

Featured in Elle India Magazine

Featured in Elle India Magazine
Sana Rezwan Sait, 5 South Asian Artists You Need to Know, ELLE India Magazine, June 2018
 

Awarded the Wave Hill Winter Workspace Program Residency for Jan-Feb 2019


Drawing Acquired by Philadelphia Museum of Art

Drawing Acquired by Philadelphia Museum of Art
Minor Details, 2016
Acquired by the Drawing, Prints and Photography
Collection at the Philadelphia Museum of Art

"AdHoc", Manhattan Graphics Center

Curated by Robin Dintiman
Feb 1- March 1, 2018

"Reclaimed Baggage" at Northern Illinois University Art Museum

"Reclaimed Baggage" at Northern Illinois University Art Museum
Curated by Nirmal  Raja
March 27 - May 18, 2018

 

Solo Show at Twelve Gates Gallery, Philadelphia

"Unwritten Wills' opens at Tweleve Gates Gallery, Philadelphia on Feb 18
Oprning Reception: 5-8:30pm, Saturday Feb 18
 

2016 Painters and Sculptors Grant, Joan Mitchell Foundation

Nandini Bagla Chirimar was awarded the 2016 Joan Mitchell Foundation Painters and Sculptors Grant for $25,000

Announcing the 2016 Painters & Sculptors Grant Recipients
December 20, 2016
 

Blog Post by Rama Arya

art focus - experiments with pencil, print, paper - nandini bagla chirimar
on rama ary's blog
 
Posted on September 8, 2016
 
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Escaping the Past, or Embracing it Before it Fades, New York Times by Susan Hodara

N.Y./REGION |  ARTS | WESTCHESTER

Escaping the Past, or Embracing It Before It Fades
By SUSAN HODARA APRIL 10, 2015
 
“Fasten Your Seatbelts, We Will Be Landing Shortly,” by Nandini Chirimar