Zorawar Sidhu




EDUCATION

2016: MFA, Studio Art, Hunter College 2012: BFA, Painting, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts 2012: Certificate, Painting, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts 2008: Post-Baccalaureate, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts 2007: B.A. with Honors, History of Art, Johns Hopkins University

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2017: “Zorawar Sidhu: Author of the Quixote” Marginal Utility Gallery, Philadelphia 2007: “Zorawar Sidhu: Paintings and Drawings, 2005-2007”. Mattin Center, Johns Hopkins University

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2017: “Pivot Hosts Ess Ef Eff”, Pivot Gallery, New York, NY 2016: “New Barracuda”, curated by Nicholas Cueva, Proto Gallery, Hoboken, NJ 2016: “Polymorphous”, curated by Joel Carreiro, Cluster Gallery, Brooklyn, NY 2016: “The PAFA Show”, curated by Katherine Bradford, Morris-Warren Gallery, New York, NY 2015: “The New New People”, Big Irv’s, Brooklyn, NY 2014: “East-West Moments Day to Day”, Museum of Russian Art, Jersey City, NJ 2013: “The Reprocessed Image”, curated by Janna Dyk, Hunter College, NY 2012: 71st Annual Juried Exhibition, Woodmere Art Museum, Philadelphia 2012: “get it while it’s cheap #2”, Marginal Utility, Philadelphia 2012: PPAC Member Exhibition, Philadelphia Photo Arts Center, Philadelphia 2012: 111th Annual Student Exhibition, Museum of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts 2012: “It’s a Small, Small World”, Family Business, New York 2011: Summer Residency in Photography Exhibition, School of Visual Arts, NY 2011: 110th Annual Student Exhibition, Museum of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts 2011: Fellowship Juried Student Exhibition, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts 2010: The Philadelphia Salon: Winter Exhibition, Philadelphia 2010: Juried Student Exhibition, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts 2009: Winter 2009 Juried Exhibition, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

BIBLIOGRAPHY

2017: Herzog, Matthew. “Author of the Quixote”. Velvet Glove, May 2017

AWARDS

2015: Kossak Travel Grant, Hunter College 2012: Haney Foundation Award for Philadelphia Artists 2012: Thouron Prize for Composition 2012: Special Notice​ , ​ Hal and Linda Robinson Book Award 2011: People’s Choice Award, PAFA After Dark 2011: The Elena and Will Barnet Prize for Abstract Art, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts 2009: Merit Scholarship Award, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts 2007: Eugene Leake Award, Johns Hopkins University 2007: Homewood Arts Certificate, Johns Hopkins University