“Unveiling myself, I express”

Aarrti Zaveri is a conceptual artist who is primarily inspired by Nature; it’s mysteries and complexities. Her ideas and concepts often derive from the study of change in the topography as a result of rapid growth and modernization. She expresses these in the form of Installations, sculptures, paintings, site specific art works and short film. Overtime her country and travel has become an important stimulus in her creative process. Aarrti’s artwork is a representation of what she feels and perceives while exploring different places and situations. Growing up in an industrial town she has lived between machines and nature. This dysfunctional relationship between the two is the route cause of her curiosities. Her journey is more of a visual creation rather than a deep philosophical conclusion.

Winner of Seychelles Biennale 2017, Aarti is the Vice-President of a Delhi based organization ‘TREES’ and is associated with “Global Nomadic Art Project” in collaboration with YATOO; a Korean art organization. She is also an active member of the Artist In Nature International Network (AININ). She recently completed a Senior Fellowship Research Project from Government of India.

Shows, Projects, Awards & Recognitions

2018 Mirroring The ‘I’ – Installation, Le Corbusier Centre, Chandigarh

2017 Water Colour Construction – Installation, Jaipur

2017 Seychelles Biennale Award (Most Prominent Artist).

2017 Global Nomadic Art Project, France.

2017 Global Nomadic Art Project, Germany.

2015-16 Received fellowship from ministry of culture.

2016 Spiraling Aspirations - Installation, National Stadium, New Delhi.

2015 Global Nomadic Art Project, Gujrat.

2014 Timeless Moments- Visual Art Gallery, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi.

2013 Portraits of “Vir Chakra Awardees” for the 45 brigade.

2013 Golden Jubilee Paintings for Army Headquarters, Jaipur.

2013 Portrait of “Param Vir Chakra Awardees” for the Army Headquarters Jaipur.

2012 Pehchaan- Yatra Anterman Ki…, Ahemdabad.

2011 Portraits of 'Ashok Chakra Awardees’ South Block ,Ministry of Defence, New Delhi.

2011 Pehchaan at Lalit Kala Academy Rabindra Bhavan New Delhi.

2009 Portraits of Martyrs who have received “Vir Chakra” and “Kirti Chakra” for theArmy Headquarters, Ranchi. Jharkhand.

2008 Portraits of Param Vir Chakra Awardees that adorn the elite corridors of SouthBlock, the Ministry of Defence, New Delhi.

Also participated in many group shows internationally and in India.