Prerna SM JainFounder
Prerna SM Jain has earned her Masters In Modern & Contemporary Art Market And It’s History degree from Christie’s education, New York, and her Bachelors in Fine Arts from Rachana Sansad, Mumbai. She has worked at several art galleries and institutions, including Christies auction house, New York. She has trained with Ted Seth Jacobs in France, at Florence Academy of Art, National Academy and the Art Students League of New York. She is an art critic for several newspapers and art news platforms including- The Daily Star, New York Artnews and Kashmir Reader, amongst others.
Pranamita BorgohainCurator / Consultant
Pranamita Borgohain is an independent art curator and writer based in Delhi. She did her Masters from the School of Arts and Aesthetics, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. She has served as the Deputy Curator at the National Gallery of Modern Art, Ministry of Culture, Govt. of India, New Delhi and as an Art Consultant at the Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi. She has also served as an Assistant Professor (Visiting), College of Art, University of Delhi. She has been a part of many Curatorial Projects. She was one of the curators for the Students’ Biennale-Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2014.She is a recipient of Curatorial Intensive South Asia Fellowship, 2019 (a curatorial fellowship for young curators from South Asia). She writes on the contemporary art of India in various national Art Magazines/ Journals including Art India, Art & Deal, Contemporary Art Journal, Creative Mind etc. She is the founder of a non-profit organization - Shield Art Initiative that works for alternative art practices, experimental art and community art.
Some of her recent curated shows are, A-Part: Stories of Lands and Lines, Akar Prakar Contemporary, 2019; Persistence of Memory, Gallery Art Positive, 2019; Blurred Perimeters, Blurring Identities (A North-Eastern Artists Perspectives), Bihar Museum, Patna, 2019; Green Pastures and Urban Streets, Art Pilgrim Live, Gurugram, 2019, DIS-PLACE of CISA program supported by Khoj, 2019, Signature in an Image, IFA 2020 Collateral, Art Centrix Space, New Delhi; Fibre of our Lives, Gallery Art Positive, New Delhi, 2021.
Lina VincentCurator / Consultant
Lina Vincent is an independent art historian and curator with two decades of experience in arts management. She is committed to socially engaged practices that reflect in the multi-disciplinary projects she has developed and participated in. The focus areas of her research include arts education, printmaking history and practice, the documentation of living traditions, and environmental consciousness in the arts.
She completed an Archival Museum Fellowship from the India Foundation for the Arts (2018-19), and runs the Goa Familia archival photography project with Serendipity Arts Foundation. She initiated and headed the Piramal Residency Artist Incubator Programme 2019-20 and is Associate Curator with ARTPORT_making waves, international curatorial collective operating at the intersection of art, climate change and sustainability. Lina has curated numerous exhibitions with galleries across India and contributes to publications on art history and contemporary cultural practices. Lina has a bachelor's degree in printmaking and a master's in Art History from Bangalore University (2001).