Biography

  Shelly Jyoti is a visual artist, fashion designer, poet and an independent curator whose work references in the cultural context of Indian history. She is trained as a fashion designer from National Institute of Fashion Technology, New Delhi, and she earned her MA in English Literature from Punjab University, Chandigarh.

Recent shows include:

Salt:The Great March-(Solo show)Azad Bhavan Gallery, Indian Council of Cultural RelationICCR, New Delhi (2015); The Heritage Museum DakshinaChitra, Chennai(2014); India International Centre IIC, New Delhi (2014);Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts ,New Delhi (2013-14);  Indigo: New works by Shelly Jyoti & Laura Kina–Gandhi Memorial Centre, Washington DC USA (Nov 2013-14); Chicago Cultural Centre Chicago IL, USA (2013); Diana Lowenstein Gallery Miami FL, USA (2011); ArtXchange Gallery Seattle WA, USA (2011); Nehru Centre, Worli, Mumbai (2010); Palm Court Gallery, India Habitat Centre New Delhi (2009); ABS RedEarth Art Gallery Baroda (2009);.”Women Imaging Women: The study of female portraiture”–The State Street Gallery Robert Morris University Chicago, USA (2009); “Beyond Mithila: Exploring the Decorative”– Woman Made Gallery, Chicago, USA (2008); Jamaat Art Gallery, Mumbai (2008); India Habitat Centre, New Delhi (2008/2009); and “Lyrical Abstraction: A Room of/for Muses”–Experimental Art Gallery – India Habitat Centre, New Delhi (2007); WelcomArt Gallery Baroda,Gujarat (2009).

Her work is included in corporate and private collections in India and abroad, including the TAPI collection (Textiles & Art of the People of India) in Surat, India, IGNCA (Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts) New Delhi and with International Lincoln Centre, Louisana State University,Shreveport as their permanent collection. Her recent curatorial project “Traditional Indian Textiles” is a travelling exhibition of Indian Council of Cultural Relations (ICCR) for ASEAN countries.

She has authored the catalog publication for the same.

Jyoti is a guest faculty and a jury member at National Institute of Fashion Technology NIFT, New Delhi . She has been invited to read papers in international conferences, give talks, conduct workshops in Art and Fashion schools in India and abroad. She writes on Art and fashion for magazines and journals. Her poetry and art works are in publication with the Sahitya Akademi journal of Indian English literature.

She was selected amongst 30 eminent women painters in Delhi by the Sahitya kala Parishad in 2013. She has been awarded support from the Indira Gandhi National Centre of Arts (IGNCA), Indian Council of cultural Relations (ICCR) and the Gujarat Lalit Kala Akademi for art and curatorial projects.

Her works have been reviewed in Art India, ArtEtc, Business Standard, Financial Times, The Quilters UK, Indian Express Mumbai, India Today, The Hindustan Times, and Times of India.

She lives and works in Gurgaon and New Delhi, India

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Short bio:

Shelly Jyoti is a visual artist, fashion designer, poet and an independent curator whose work references the cultural context of Indian history. She was trained as a fashion designer at National Institute of Fashion Technology, New Delhi, and earned an MA in English Literature from Punjab University, Chandigarh. She has exhibited her work in widely in India as well as the United States.

Her recent exhibitions include Salt: The Great March2013-15 (solo); Indigo: New works by Shelly Jyoti & Laura Kina 2008-2014 (Two woman show) ; Beyond Mithila: Exploring the Decorative 2008 (solo); Lyrical Abstraction: A Room of/for Muses 2007(solo)

Jyoti is a guest faculty and a jury member at National Institute of Fashion Technology NIFT, New Delhi .In 2013 she was selected as one of 30 eminent women painters in New Delhi by the Sahitya kala Parishad. She has received support from the Indira Gandhi National Centre of Arts (IGNCA), Indian Council of cultural Relations (ICCR) and the Gujarat Lalit Kala Akademi for her creative and curatorial projects. Her work is included in corporate and private collections in India and abroad, including the TAPI collection (Textiles & Art of the People of India) in Surat, India, IGNCA (Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts ) New Delhi and in permanent collection with international Lincoln Centre, Louisana State University ,Shreveport,USA

She lives and works in Gurgaon India.

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