I am Gopa Roy based in Delhi, born and raised in Tripura north-eastern part of India. I completed my MFA from kala Bhavana, Visva-Bharati University, Santiniketan, west Bengal,
and BVA from Govt. college of Art & Craft, Tripura. I am a collective-individual artist based in Delhi and born and raised in Tripura, India. My works mostly reflects relationship of land, memory, labour and materiality. I inspired from farming culture, local life and craft of my native land Tripura. My work involves Land Arts, installations, drawings, paper making, photography and video documentations.
Since 2014, I’ve taken part in a number of exhibitions, workshops, and Art Residencies andprojects across India, I have involved in the collaborative community project “The Scars you can’t see” by Doare Studio with AM Gallery supported by Art Varta (January 2023),collaborative Project “AgriForum” organized by FICA, Sher-Gil Sundaram Foundation and Shyama Foundation in (Nov 2021 to July 2022), the 1st Emami Art residency (1st- 30th December 2021), Land Art Festival, Nagpur by FICA (2016), Solo show “existence” at Triveni Art Gallery (2021), group exhibition of contemporary Arts by Kala Bhavana Alumni at Kalashetra Art Gallery, Guwahati (2022), ‘RICE EATERS 101 | N.E.’ at Emami art, Kolkata (2021), A-Part: Stories of Lands and Lines at Akar prakar Contemporary (2019), FOID Fair 2019 in okhla NSIC ground, New Delhi (2019), Emerging Palettes group show at Shrishti Art Gallery, Hyderabad (2018), exhibition at Alliance Francaise Centre, Gurgaon 2015, exhibition at Patna Museum in Bihar (2019), and the National Gallery of Modern Art in New Delhi (2020), I have received ArtReach-KNMA fellowship (Nov 2022 – April 2023), The “Emerging Artist Award 2020″ by FICA and the Mrinalini Mukherjee Foundation, ” National scholarship by CCRT Ministry of Culture of India (2016-18).