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Europe Weeks 2024

Indo-European Art Impressions: Through the Eyes of an Indian Artist

Kiran Soni Gupta

To mark Europe Weeks 2024 and 70 years of Indo-Bulgarian relations, Embassy of the Republic of Bulgaria held Art Exhibit, Indo-European Impressions, through the eyes of an Indian artist, wherein the works of award-winning and renowned artist Kiran Soni Gupta were exhibited at the Embassy of Bulgaria in Chankyapuri, New Delhi on 7th May 2024.

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Kiran Soni Gupta

Some Artworks of Kiran Soni Gupta

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About The Artist

Kiran Soni Gupta

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Kiran Soni Gupta, is a prolific artist, writer, curator sculptor and avid photographer. Kiran, an artist-bureaucrat, has won many awards for her artwork. Her paintings on ‘Famine’ won her the National Award. Her artworks, ‘Pooja Times’ and ‘Shelters,’ were exhibited at the Louvre, Paris in 2012, 2013 and 2017. She has been honoured with ‘Indian Iconic Women’s Award 2019, Literary Excellence Award at the 4th Asiad LitFest, National Gaurav Award 2017 and Fakhre-e-Hind Award 2018. She has also been awarded the Swasti Samman 2013, International Vaish Sammelan Award 2013, Unnat Bharat Sewashri Damini Award 2013, Rajasthan Gaurav Award 2013, Nari Pratibha Samman 2012, Kala Samridhi Award in 2010, Artist of the Year 2009, Special Achiever Award 2009 and Kala Shiromani Award 2008. She was decorated with the Global Women Achiever’s Award in 2019. Her books, ‘Range-e-Jahan’ and ‘Empower the Woman Enlighten the World’ were released in 2019. The Times of India has brought out a trilogy of books ‘Beyond Strokes’, ‘Kiran’s Art Renderings’ and ‘Women-God’s Finest Creation’ based on her artwork themes.​ Kiran has been associated with encouraging the growth of Art in India. She conceptualized, curated and organized Jaipur’s 1st International Art Festival in March 2013 with 130 artists drawn from across the world. The 2nd edition of the Art Festival in 2014 was a resounding success with 240 artists from 24 countries. Recently, she curated an international exhibition at Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts, celebrating Indian languages which was exhibited in New Delhi, Mussoorie and Chandigarh. She was invited to organize the Gita Kala Parv at Kurukshetra in 2016 by Government of Haryana and Vigyan Prasar Kala Parv at Indian National Science Academy 2017 by Department of Science & Technology. She also organized International Women’s Art Festival and All India Printmakers Camp in 2020 at Jaipur. She was Director of West Zone Cultural Centre under the Ministry of Culture. till January 2024. She was also Director General of Jawahar Kala Kendra, Jaipur a leading visual and performing arts cultural centre in India.

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