Puja Bahri’s repertoire includes paintings, digital and video art, and sculpture; in a semi realistic style and a mix of abstraction and figuration. Working in series and a mix and match of media, her art adorns a colourful look. After graduating in English Literature from Lady Shri Ram College, Delhi, Puja did short courses in Central Saint Martins, London to focus full time in her passion for art.
Recipient of the Gold medal as First Prize for her stop motion video work titled MAYAA in the video category at the VIII Biennale InternazionaleDell’ArteContemporanea Di Firenze/ Florence Italy in 2011, Puja Bahri’s work has also been featured at the Delhi International Arts Festival 2011 and 4th India Art fair 2012, amongst others. She exhibits widely in India and abroad and her work has been featured in several solo and group shows at Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Hong Kong, Dubai, Singapore, Florence, Malaysia, South Africa, Dhaka and New York from where it has been picked up by discerning collectors. Furthermore, she has participated in several national and international art camps and residencies, recently being in Korea and Scotland. Puja has co-curated Batting for Art and the art at he Palate Fest along with other initiatives for her NGO Arts4All.
Puja, a spokesperson for Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee, also works in arts for community domain and contributes to charities. Puja also works in arts for community domain and contributes to charities. She is a Director at The Create Studio- a permanent space for creative workshops for kids and adults, as well as one of the two founding members of Arts4All Trust a non for profit organization which works as an interface between the folk and contemporary arts. She lives in Delhi and works from her studio in the cit