Aishwarya Sultania

Aishwarya Suultania, born in 1984, is a Delhi based multimedia artist.

She completed the 1 year fellowship grant by French Embassy Krishnakriti Fellowship at Ecole Nationale Superieure Des Beaux Arts in 2010. She received a B.A. (Hons), Higher National Diploma, at the School of Performing Arts and Creative Education, London in 2004, and  in 2006 completed a B.F.A in Painting at the School of Performing Arts and Creative Education, Rai Foundation, Institute of Advanced Studies in Education, Sardarshahar. in 2008 she completed with a post-graduate degree in Painting, Government College of Art, Chandigarh, Panjab University, with a gold medal distinction.

She has been awarded the grant Fonds Pour Les Initiatives Etudiants (2010) and the French Embassy - Krishnakriti Fellowship Program (2009-10), as well as the Chandigarh Lalit Kala Academy Scholarship for young Artist (2008).

Solo shows include PALETTE ART GALLERY, DELHI (2012), and Keep Calm and Carry On, Paris (2010).

She has participated in group shows and projects including 2+2= 5, Palette Art Gallery, Delhi (2012); Portes Ouvertes 2010 des Beaux –arts des Paris l’ecole Nationale Superieure (2010); Project Human Library Cite Universitaire Paris (2010); Empreinte Mon Accent. Cite Universitaire Paris (2010); Exposition de l'atelier Jean Luc Vilmouth 5,9m2, Beaux arts de Paris (2010); Saison de la Turquie, Beaux Art, Paris (2010); Chausette Du Tete, Paris (2010); Project beingeverywhere of artist Stefan Reibel, Delhi, Benares, Norway (2009); Indian Red, Chandigarh (2008); Crossing Currents, Punjab University, Chandigarh (2007); Sanjhe Rang, Palm Court Gallery, India Habitat Centre, Delhi (2006); 14 Strokes, Arpana Caur Art Gallery (2006); and ‘Tsunami’, School of Arts and Creative Education (SPACE), Delhi (2005).

She has also been involved in curating projects such as Kitchen Culture of the shared Kitchens, a collaborative community art project, at Cite International Universitaire Des Paris (2010).