Prashant Patil

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Prashant Patil, was born in 1992 in India. His artistic journey is characterized by a relentless pursuit of multidisciplinary exploration and new media. In 2014, he achieved his G.D. Art diploma in Drawing and Painting from Kalavishwa Mahavidyalaya in Sangli. he completed his B.F.A. at Bharti Vidyapeeth College of Fine Art in Katraj, Pune, followed by an M.F.A. in Painting from Visva-Bharati University Santiniketan in 2018.

With an unwavering commitment to his art practice, Patil's art practice thrives on the continuity of his creative dedication. Drawing inspiration from his village and childhood memories, he endeavours to breathe new life into their essence while exploring the concept of memory restoration. Through the skillful utilization of industrial materials, he created captivating three-dimensional sculptural drawing installations, incorporating elements of light projection and sound vibrations. His artistic repertoire seamlessly blends nostalgia and contemporary techniques, compelling viewers to reflect on their own roots and the profound influence of memory in shaping their identities.

Patil's, receiving prestigious national awards such as "The CIMA Award 2019" and the All-India Bronze Award for "New Media" organized by the Prafulla Art Foundation at Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum, Mumbai in 2019. Demonstrating his active involvement in the art scene, he has participated in notable national exhibitions, including the esteemed "Vis-a-vis Art Therapy" group exhibition during the Kochi Biennale 2018 at Fort Kochi and the impactful "Road To Prospect" group exhibition at Stainless Gallery, New Delhi. In March 2021, he showcased his inaugural solo exhibition at CIMA Gallery in Kolkata, marking a significant milestone in his artistic journey. Recognizing his immense talent, Patil was honoured with the Rangsetu Fellowship in "Visual Art" by the Maharashtra Cultural Center for the year 2021-22. Additionally, his works have been featured in the esteemed group exhibition "Colours of Freedom," which commemorates 75 years of Indian independence, hosted at the India Habitat Centre Visual Art Gallery in New Delhi.