EDUCATION

PRIYANKA DASGUPTA
2017   MFA Digital & Interdisciplinary Art Practice (DIAP),The City College of New York, City University of New York (CUNY), New York
2003   MA Studio Art (ARST/ICP))
New York University Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development / International Center of Photography, NY
2000   BA (Hons), English Literature
St. Stephen’s College, Delhi, India

CHAD MARSHALL
2003   MA Studio Art
New York University Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development, New York  
1999   BA, Studio Art with a focus in printmaking, Morehouse College, Atlanta
1998   Visiting, Art, University of Maryland College Park

SOLO / TWO PERSON EXHIBITIONS

2019    Pigeonhole: The Life and Work of Bobby Alam, Knockdown Center, curated by Alexis Wilkinson, Queens, NY
Pigeonhole: the Life and Work of Bobby Alam, 2018 - 2019, Inter-discursive Installation (Video, Sculpture, Performance, Sound, Photographs, Archival Documents)
2019   Pigeonhole, curated by Katie Geha & Courtney McClellan, Dodd Galleries, UGA, Athens
Pigeonhole, 2018, Inter-discursive Installation (Video, Sculpture, Performance, Sound, Photographs, Archival Documents)
2018   Sunroom Project Space, curated by Eileen Jeng Lynch. Wave Hill, New York
Paradise, 2018, Inter-discursive, Site Specific Installation

SELECT GROUP EXHIBITIONS & ART FAIRS

2020   India Art Summit, Akar Prakar Contemporary, New Delhi, India (upcoming)
2019   Look Stranger!, curated by Rahaab Allana, Goa, India
2018   How to see in the dark, curated by Christian Camacho Light,
Cuchifritos Gallery and Project Space, New York, NY
Night Blooming (from Installation Paradise), 2018, Video Installation  
2018   Not an edge, but a hinge, curated by Alexis Wilkinson and Christian
Camacho-Light, AIRspace Exhibition, Abrons Arts Center, New York, NY
After Roland Redd (A Study), 2018, Video Installation
2018   NADA (New Art Deadlers Alliance) Art Fair, New York, NY
2018   In Practice: Another Echo, curated by Allie Tepper. Sculpture Center,
Queens, New York
Passage, 2018, Interdisciplinary Installation (Sculpture, Video, Sound)
2018   Beyond Transnationalism, curated by Dr. Arshiya Lokhandwala. AIFACS Gallery, New
Delhi & Bhau Daji Lad Museum, Mumbai, India.
AnOther, 2017, Single Channel Video Installation (Video, Postcard take-away)
2017   A More Perfect Union, curated by Dave Kyu, Asian Arts Initiative,
Philadelphia, PA
Four Hands, 2003, Single Channel Video Installation
2017   Archival Alchemy, curated by Saisha Grayson, SAWCC, Abrons Arts Center, New York
Where Straight Lines Fail, 2017, Inter-discursive Installation (Video, Photography,
Documents)
2017   Loving Blackness, curated by Jaishri Abichandani, Asian Arts
Initiative, Philadelphia
Tar Baby, 2017, Sculpture (3D Printed Polymer, Coal, PVC)
2017   Ornate Activate, curated by Alexander Campos, Villa Terrace
Decorative Arts Museum, Milwaukee
Humsa/ Hamsa, 2015, Sculpture (Laser Cut Acrylic, Wood, Metal)
2016   India Art Summit, Shrine Empire Gallery, New Delhi, India
Humsa/ Hamsa, 2015, Sculpture (Laser Cut Acrylic, Wood, Metal)
2015   Ornate Activate, curated by Alex Campos, SAWCC, Shirin Gallery,
Chelsea, New York
Humsa/ Hamsa, 2015, Sculpture (Laser Cut Acrylic, Wood, Metal)

PUBLIC ART

2010    Artiger, Public Art Project for tiger conservation, New Delhi, India

RESIDENCIES AND FELLOWSHIPS

2019   Smithsonian Artist Research Fellowship, Smithsonian Institute, Washington DC
2019   Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emegency Grant, New York, NY
2018   Smack Mellon Artist Studio Program, Smack Mellon, New York, NY
2018   Rema Hort Mann Foundation Emerging Artist in New York Grant Nominee
2018   AIRspace Visual Artist Residency, Abrons Arts Center, New York, NY 

ARTIST TALKS AND PANELS

2019   The Practice and the Other Practice, CAA Annual Conference, New York, NY
2018   Inevitable Motion, Public Room at Gavin Brown Enterprise, New York, NY

PUBLICATIONS & REVIEWS

- Cultured, Gallery Peeping: New York Heats Up with a New Wave of Summer Exhibitions, Cultured Magazine, New York, July 2019
- Gat, Orit, The Shows You Need to See in New York this July, Frieze Critics Guide, New York, July 2019
- Carroll, Rebecca, “Pigeonhole” looks at Bengalis Who Passed as Black to Survive, WNYC News, New York, July ‘19
- Adhikari, Arnav, Jazz, Survival and Imagining History: Interview, PIX, New Delhi, India, July 2019
- Wilkinson, Alexis, Pigeonhole: the Life and Work of Bobby Alam, Knockdown Center, June 2019
- Burnaway, Close Look: “Pigeonhole” at Dodd Galleries in Athen, GA, Burnaway, The Voice of Art in the South, Athens, Georgia, Feb 19
- McClellan, Courtney, “Disrupted Disbelief: Pigeonhole,” Exhibition Essay, Dodd Galleries, UGA, Feb 19
-  Jeng Lynch, Eileen, Paradise, Exhibition Essay, WaveHill, Jul 18
- Chiragdin, Neil, “Echoes of the Self,” Queens Chronicle, Feb 18
- Tepper, Allie, “In Practice: Another Echo,” Exhibition Essay, Sculpture Center, Feb 18
- Hauer, Sarah, “South Asian artists embroider their points at Villa Terrace,” Journal Sentinel, Milwaukee, Feb, 17
- Kneevers, Kat, “South Asia as Seen in Villa Terrace’s ‘Ornate / Activate’ Exhibit,” Shepherd Express, Apr, 17
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