b. 1973, in Kerala, India


In 1995 Gigi completed his B.F.A. (painting), College of Fine Arts, Thiruvananthapuram and 1998 his M.F.A. (painting), Jamia Millia University, New Delhi.


He has held solo exhibitions at galleries such as, Chemould Prescott Road, Mumbai, India, Galerie, Christian Hosp, Berlin, Germany; Video Space, Budapest, Hungary H Cube Gallery, Seoul, Korea; the National Art Studio, ChangDong, Seoul, Korea and the Ian Potter Museum of Art, Melbourne University, Australia.


He has shown at the Kochi-Muziris Biennale, Fort Kochi, India, 2014; Every one agrees: it’s about to explode, curated by Ranjit Hoskote, India Pavilion at 54th Venice Biennale, 2011, 3rd Singapore Biennale, curated by Russell Storer and Trevor Smith, 2011


His selected group exhibitions include, Sights and Sounds: India, The Jewish Museum, New York, 2015Multiplicity City as subject/matter, Belfast, Hong Kong, New Delhi, New York, Tel Aviv; Forms of Activism / Sahmat / curated by Vivan & Sasha, Lalit kala Gallery, Raveendra bhavan, New Delhi, 2014;  Aesthetic Bind: Citizen Artist: forms of address, Chemould Prescott Road, Mumbai, curated by Geeta Kapur; Organic dreams of electric sheep: Image, Empathy and Pulse: After Philip K. Dick, Guild Art Gallery, Mumbai; Poseurs: An exhibition of photographs Sakshi Gallery, Mumbai; Spell of Spill: Utopia of Ecology, curated by Veerangana Solanki at Palette Art Gallery, New Delhi; France Heritage – A photographic voyage of French heritage in India, Alliance Francaise, Delhi, Ahemdabad, Hyderabad, Pondicherry, Lalit Kala Academy Chennai, National Gallery of Modern Art Bangalore; The Sahmat Collective: Art and Activism in India Since 1989, Smart Museum, Chicago; City Unclaimed, a site specific installation installed at the Smart Museum Chicago; Critical Mass: Contemporary Art from India, curated by Tami Katz Freimann and Rotem Tuff, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Israel, 2012; Banner Project ET4U Contemporary Visual Arts project, Vestjylland Denmark, curated by Klavs Weiss, 2013; Sub –Topical Heat: New art from South Asia, curated by Rhana Devenport at the Govett Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth, New Zealand; A further Global Encounter, Grosvenor Vadehra, London; To Let the world in, Lalitkala Academy Gallery, Chennai, curated by Chaitanya Sambrani; Cynical Love: Life in the everyday, Kiran Nadar Museum of Art, curated by Gayatri Sinha, 2012; Yamuna–Elbe Project: A site-specific installation project at the bank of River Yamuna in Delhi, curated by Ravi Aggarwal; India side by side, Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil. In Rio De Janeiro, SESC Belenzinho, Sao Paulo, curated by Tereza de Arruda, Every one agrees: it’s about to explode, curated by Ranjit Hoskote, India Pavilion at 54th Venice Biennale; Crossroads: India Escalate, Prague Biennale, curated by Kanchi Mehta; Tolstoy Farm: Archive of Utopia, curated by Gayatri Sinha; 3rd Singapore Biennale, curated by Russell Storer and Trevor Smith, 2011; Finding India, Museum of contemporary art (MOCA) Taipei; Samtidigt Indian contemporary art exhibition, Helsinki City Art Museum, Finland and Kulturhuset, Stockholm; Indian (sub) way, curated by Yashodhara Dalmia, Grosvenor, Vadehra London; Invisible cities, Aicon Gallery, New York; Video Art India, curated by Luissa Ortinez, Fundacio la Caixa, Barcelona, Spain, 2010; Video Zone-4, The 4th International video art Biennial, Tel Aviv, Israel, Mam Screen, Mori Art Museum, Japan; India Moderna, Ivam Museum, Valencia, Spain; Chalo India, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan; La Casa Encendida, Madrid, Spain, 2008; Public Places/Private Spaces: Contemporary Photography and Video Art In India, curated by Gayatri Sinha, The Newark Museum, New Jersey, U S A; After Shock Conflict, Violence and Resolution in Cotemporary Art, a group show supported by Sainsbury Centre in collaboration with Matthew Shaul and the UH Galleries, England, curated by Yasmin Zahir; Indian photo and Media Art: a journey of Discovery Exhibition, Vienna, Austria; Horn Please: Narratives in contemporary Indian Art, Kunstmuseam Bern, Switzerland, World Social Forum, Nairobi, 2007; Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin 2006, a film and video festival in Paris and Berlin, 2006; Paper flute, curated by Johny M.L at Gallery Espace New Delhi; Self x Social Self stranger parent resource worker, School of Arts and Aesthetics Gallery, New Delhi curated by Geeta Kapur, 2005; Making of India, organised by SAHAMAT at Rabindrabhavan, New Delhi, 2004; Crossing Generations Diverge, National Gallery of Modern Art, Mumbai, curated by Geeta Kapur and Chaitanya Sambrani, 2003.


The artist lives and works in New Delhi.

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