2022- Solo exhibition- NARI at Academy of Fine Arts, Kolkata- Feb. 2022
Created over a decade ( 2011- 2021) by artist Sudakshina Ghosh, the exhibition titled ‘NARI’ is a collection of works displaying women in their different roles.
2021- Group exhibition- Doshobhujay Doshobhuja at TRIBE ARTSPACE- Gol Park, Kolkata. October 2021
2020- Solo exhibition of coffee paintings at TRIBE ARTSPACE- Gol Park, Kolkata. February 2020
2019- Solo exhibition : Calcutta- a song in Sepia- Weavers studio centre for the arts 5th April 2019. This series of works done with coffee is a collection of some images of Calcutta, during the sixties.
2017- Solo exhibition, Shades and Contrasts -Paintings done with coffee on watercolour paper. Wayland public library. September 2017
May 2017- Group exhibition- Academy of fine arts, Kolkata, India Acrylic on canvas and coffee on watercolour paper
2016- Group Exhibition-ICCR 22nd-26th Dec.2016 Acrylic on canvas and bronze sculpture
2015- September 25-27 - New York coffee festival
2014- October 2014- Bronze sculptures displayed in Prakritarts Gallery, Chennai.
21st June,2014 Talk at Sandy’s, R.A. Puram, Chennai- Nandalal Bose and his innovation with alpana, the floor art of Bengal
2013- 17th and 18th July 2013: Exhibited a portrait of Pandit Ravi Shankar at Nehru centre, UK .
2nd July 2013: Talk at Nehru centre,UK - 'Paintings inspired by Tagore'
May 2013- Solo exhibition of coffee art at Takeaway Gallery, Harris Arcade, Reading, Paintings done with coffee on watercolour paper.
April 2013: Group exhibition at the Dray Walk Gallery, Old Truman Brewery, London -Painting done with coffee on watercolour paper.
2012- Jan 2012-Live art at ICCR-Kolkata
2011- 7 May 2011: Solo exhibition of paintings: Timeless Tagore: TIMELESS TAGORE: Rabindranath Tagore's Poetry in Visual Art , 7th May 2011 at The Gallery of Gnani Arts, #01-05, The Regent Singapore, One Cuscaden Road, Singapore. The exhibition featured a captivating collection of paintings by Kolkata-born Sudakshina Ghosh that portrayed the narrative essence of selected poems by the celebrated Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941), the first non-European to win the Noble Prize forLiterature (1913). This was Singapore-based Sudakshina Ghosh’s first-ever solo art exhibition. Also, the exhibition marked Tagore’s 150th birth anniversary. Featured in SAGG [ Singapore Art Gallery Guide]
5th May 2011: Exhibition of four works at Institute of Southeast Asian Studies on the occasion of unveiling of a bust of Rabindranath Tagore to commemorate the 150th birth anniversary of Gurudev, Rabindranath Tagore by His Excellency Shri S.M. Krishna, Minister of External Affairs, Government of India.
2009- UE WALL OF FAME: GREEN ( Fill Your Walls Gallery ) - October 2009. Work titled ‘sound of silence’ was chosen from the entries for display at UE square and was later on displayed in the Art Cafe,Tanjong Pagar.
17 – 27 September 2009 POP GANESHA! The 4th Show: The Icon in Contemporary Art at The Gallery of Gnani Arts.This exhibition showcased contemporary depictions of the popular elephant-headed Hindu God Ganesha. In POP GANESHA! The 4th Show, the artists were challenged to think beyond the conventional, stereotypical portrayals of Ganesha.
20 August – 13 September 2009 SINGAPORE ART SHOW – “BREAKTHROUGH ART: CREATIONS II” GROUP EXHIBITION AT FILL-YOUR-WALLS Fill-your-walls, an art gallery dedicated to promoting affordable art by local emerging artists presented Breakthrough Art: Creations II, a group exhibition held in conjunction with the Singapore Art Show, organized by National Arts Council.
2006- THE GANESHA SHOW 3 -Aug 2006 at The Gallery of Gnani Arts
The Ganesha Show was an exclusive series of art exhibitions, presented by The Gallery of Gnani Arts, that showcased contemporary depictions of the elephant-headed Hindu god Ganesha. The Ganesha Show 3: The Secular God in Art, the 3rd in the exhibition series, brought together a delightful combination of art by masters and emerging artists of India and Singapore – P. Gnana, Alphonso Doss, C. Dakshinamoorthy, Alpana Ahuja, J. Kalidass, V. Santhanam, Manju Chandran, S. K. Rajavelu, Sarbani Bhattacharya and Sudakshina Ghosh. Although it was quite impossible to view the Ganesha concept without its religious connotations, in this exhibition, it was an attempt to focus on the secular understanding of Ganesha in art. The various imaginative portrayals of Ganesha in this exhibition reflected the individual artist’s personal affiliation towards Ganesha, as opposed to the strict adherence to religo-mythological symbolism.
Private collection of works:
Singapore, India, UK and USA
Works sold in Singapore and UK
Medium-Water colour,Charcoal, Coffee, Pencil and Acrylic
May 2011- Wayland,MA,USA - en plein air with artist David.A.Lang
August 2010- Singapore- artist Pon Raghunathan