Rajesh Pullarwar (1974) is a Mumbai-based artist specialising in printmaking. He is also a curator and director of International Print Exchange Programme (IPEP)
Pullarwar was awarded his BFA (Drawing & Painting) and MFA (Printmaking) First class from J.J School of Art, Mumbai, in 2000 and 2002 respectively. He has been working for 18 years in the field of art. In 2013, the artist created the International Print Exchange Programme (IPEP), a non-profit initiative, which provides platforms and opportunities for global printmakers to participate in exhibitions and share printmaking ideas and information.
2020 “HIMAJ 2020” International virtual Art Exhibition, HimaSchool of performing &
Visual Arts, Central University of Himachal Pradesh
2020 Print Meet International Printmaking Exhibition, Trakya University, Turkey
2019 Invited to exhibit in Hyderabad Literary Festival
2018 1st Mumbai-Korea Biennale 2018
2017 10th Triennale Mondiale de l’Estampe at Chamalières, France2005: MOST PROMISING ARTIST OF THE YEAR awarded
by National Gallery of Modern Art, Mumbai in 'PRESENT FUTURE exhibition
2002: IFACS Award for Best Graphics
2000: GLADSTONE SALMON award for best graphics in Sir J.J.School of Art annual exhibition.
1999: Awarded first prize for painting competition conducted
by 'NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR WOMEN, GOVT.OF INDIA', New Delhi.
1999: MEYO MEMORIAL award for best Print in Sir JJ.School of Art annual exhibition