Biraaj Dodiya Indian, b. 1993
Born in 1993, Biraaj Dodiya is a Mumbai-based visual artist. She received her MFA from New York University in 2018, and a BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2015.
Her selected exhibitions include (ME)(MORY), Vadehra Art Gallery, New Delhi (2021); Stone is a Forehead, Experimenter, Kolkata (2020); Burn Your Finger, and Kiss it Yourself, 80WSE, New York (2017); and Send Your Location,33 Orchard, New York (2017). Dodiya is the recipient of the 2021 Civitella Ranieri Visual Arts Fellowship, the 2018 Jack Goodman Scholarship in Art and Technology, and was nominated for the 2018 Dedalus Foundation MFA Fellowship in Painting and Sculpture.
The artist lives and works in Mumbai.
The (Pro)found ObjectD-53 Defence Colony, New Delhi 25 August - 24 September 2021The (Pro)found Object celebrates an artist’s reverent curiosity for curios through the recent works and practices of four exciting contemporary artists. These artists engage with a speckled roster of found...
(ME)(MORY) | Curated by Dipti AnandD-53 Defence Colony 20 January - 24 February 2021(ME)(MORY) is a women’s group show curated by Dipti Anand, featuring nine artists with Subcontinental presences or origins, including Faiza Butt, Ruby Chishti, Anoli Perera, Bakula Nayak, Apnavi Makanji, Rakhi...