is an artist.
|Place of Birth||India|
Urban architecture and architectural forms are one of the primary interests of Rathin Barman’s recent practice. He has documented different layers of architectural progress that unveils many facets of the structural evolution of contemporary urban landscape and at the same time comments on various socio-political issues in a very subtle way.
Barman’s solo shows and projects include: A Goldfish Bowl, Gallery SKE (2014), Bangalore; And My Eyes Fill with Sand... Experimenter (2011), Kolkata; Landscape from Memory (Situation 1), Dhaka Art Summit 2014; Untitled, Frieze New York Sculpture Park 2012; Untitled, DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, Massachusetts, USA; Involvement with Green and White, Sandarbh Artists’ Residency, Rajasthan, India. He has also exhibited in Art Dubai (2013 & 2015) and India Art Fair (2012-2015), and had participated in Vancouver Biennale Residency in Squamish BC, Canada (2015), Sandarbh Artists’ Residency (2011) and Religare International Artists’ Residency (2011).