On the Making of One's Art

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Ruchika Wason Singh holds degrees in B.F.A., Painting (1997) and M.F.A., Painting, (1999) from College of Art, New Delhi, India. In 2008 she received a degree for Doctoral Research on the sociological frameworks in Indian Contemporary Art, as a U.G.C. Junior Research Fellow at the University of Delhi. Ruchika has had two Solo Exhibitions Yesterday Once More, Triveni Gallery (2002) and Transit Spaces, Lalit Kala Akademi (2007) New Delhi. She has participated in international platforms such as Shanti-Sadhana–Sunyata-Contemporary Indian Art, Wilhelm Lehmbruck Museum, Germany (2001-02); Theertha International Painters' Residency, Sri Lanka (2007); Third Beijing International Art Biennale, China (2008); 11th Asia Arts Festival, Ordos, China (2009) and Experiences: Asian Women in Global Culture, Book-Project of the IWAB, Korea (2011). She has had slide presentations at Tsinghua University, China (2009) and Anadolu Universities, Turkey (2014) and is the recipient of the Travel Grant from Arts Network Asia (2008). Ruchika is currently Assoc. Professor (Contractual), BFA Dept. of Painting, College of Art, New Delhi.

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Wason Singh, R., (2015) “On the Making of One's Art”, Studies in the Maternal 7(1), p.1. doi: https://doi.org/10.16995/sim.201

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