Residency Archive
10 June, 2018 to 01 July, 2018
18 February, 2018 to 11 March, 2018
01 December, 2017 to 22 December, 2017
27 October, 2017 to 17 November, 2017
06 September, 2017 to 27 September, 2017
04 July, 2017 to 25 July, 2017
03 May, 2017 to 24 May, 2017
01 February, 2017 to 21 February, 2017
27 November, 2016 to 18 December, 2016
10 June, 2018 to 01 July, 2018
Chromatophilia A world without colour is not a world worth inhabiting
18 February, 2018 to 11 March, 2018
Piramal Art Residency's fourteenth cycle was held under the theme 'Being in Time'
01 December, 2017 to 22 December, 2017
Mutable, earthy, delicate, colorful, tactile and raw, ceramic and terracotta are closely related yet distinct media.
27 October, 2017 to 17 November, 2017
Without the earth no being can exist. Without the earth and its produce no being will have food for sustenance.
06 September, 2017 to 27 September, 2017
The eleventh cycle of the Piramal Art Residency features three artists whose works are diverse in concept, medium and technique.
04 July, 2017 to 25 July, 2017
India has many art worlds that exist alongside each other; sometimes ignorant of each other’s presence and at other times interacting with each other to create a rich dialogue.
03 May, 2017 to 24 May, 2017
A residency that engages with the notion of intricacy and detail.
01 February, 2017 to 21 February, 2017
Wood is one of the most ancient materials used by man to create sculptures.
27 November, 2016 to 18 December, 2016
India's history is inextricably linked with indigo, a plant based dye, that produced a rich blue colour. The seventh cycle of the Piramal Residency focuses on indigo as a colour and pigment.