Biography:

Shreepad Joglekar is a lens based artist from Mumbai, India. He holds a BFA from Sir J.J. institute of Applied Art in Mumbai, India, and an MFA from Texas Tech University. Joglekar has been awarded artist residencies at National Center for Contemporary Art, Kronstadt, St. Petersburg, Russia; Weir Farm National Historic Site in Branchville, CT; the Millay Colony for the Arts in Austerlitz, NY; and A.I.R. Studio in Paducah, KY. His recent exhibitions include Non Places of Intelligence at Portico Library Gallery, Manchester, UK, and Rural America, at Piramal Gallery, National Center for the Performing Art, Mumbai, India. His work is held in the permanent collections of Center for Photography as an Art Form (NCPA), Mumbai, India, The Center for Fine Art Photography, Fort Collins, CO, Harper College Educational Foundation Art Collection, Palatine, IL, and Chashama Nonprofit Group, NY, NY. His work has also been shown in several galleries in the US, Canada, China, Cuba, Egypt, Germany, India, Poland, and the United Kingdom. He has presented at interdisciplinary conferences in the US, France, and the United Kingdom. Exploring natural, constructed, and intellectual spaces has been a dominant theme in his work. Joglekar is currently Assistant Professor and Area Coordinator for Photography at Kansas State University.

 

Selected Awards:

  • International Artist Residency, Kronstadt, National Center For Contemporary Arts, St. Petersburg, Russia; Supported by The Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation (5.12 - 6.10)
  • April 2016: Juror’s Honorable Mention Award, Director’s Selection Award, Faux, International Juried Exhibition, Center For Fine Art Photography, Fort Collins, CO. Director: Hamidah Glasgow; Juror: Louise Clements, Artistic Director QUAD, a centre for contemporary art, film and new technologies, Derby UK, Artistic Director, FORMAT International Photography Festival
  • October 2015: Second Place Award, Re-Picturing Photography, National Juried Exhibition, Union Street Gallery, Chicago, IL. Juror: Allison Grant, Assistant Curator, Museum of Contemporary Photography, Columbia College, Chicago, IL
  • April 2015: Harper College Educational Foundation Art Collection purchase award, Small Works: Harper College National Juried Exhibition (collection also includes: Picasso, Sol Lewitt, Romare Bearden, Alice Neel etc.)
  • November 2012: Second Place award, National Juried Photography Exhibit, Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center, Frederick, MD. Juror: Will Stapp, founding Curator of Photographs, National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution
  • April 2012: Best of Show award, Biotic Semiotics, National Juried Exhibition, Allen Priebe Art Gallery, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, Oshkosh, WI. Juror: Michelle Grabner, Professor, Painting and Drawing Department Chair, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL
  • March 2012: Honorable Mention award, Viridian Artist’s 2nd International Juried Photography Exhibition. Gallery: Viridian Artists Gallery, New York, NY. Juror: Jennifer Blessing, Curator, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY

Selected Solo Exhibitions and Collaborative Installations:

2017

  • National Solo Exhibition, Terra Vichitra, Harper College Gallery,  Palatine, IL (3.6-4.6)
  • National Solo Exhibition, Heterotopia, Bertha VB Lederer Gallery, State University of New York (SUNY) Geneseo, NY (1.25-3.8)
  • National Solo Exhibition, Towards An Outer Place, James May Gallery, Algoma, WI (1.6-2.28)

2016

  • International Solo Exhibition, Non-Places of Intelligence, Portico Library Gallery, Manchester, UK (7.1-7.30)
  • International Solo Exhibition, Rural America, Piramal Art gallery, Center for Photography As Fine Art, National Center for the Performing Arts, Mumbai, IN (1.4-1.13)

2015

  • International Solo Exhibition, Non-Places of Intelligence, Claude Batley Gallery, Sir J. J. College of Architecture, Mumbai, IN (6.8-7.3)

2014

  • International Screening, Vita Comtemplativa (10:00-loop), Colours of Memory: An International Conference on the Writing of Geoff Dyer, Center for Contemporary Literature, and History and Theory of Photography Research Center, Birkbeck, University of London, London, UK (7.11)

 

Selected Exhibitions:

2016

  • Recursive, Four-Person Invitational Exhibition, Also Known As Gallery,  in conjunction with NCECA (The National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts) Annual Conference, Portland OR (3.22-4.1)
  • PCNW 21st Juried Photography Exhibition, Photographic Center Northwest, Seattle, WA; Juror: Sandra Phillips, Curator Emeritus, SF MOMA (San Francisco Museum of Modern Art); 40 images selected from 2700 entries from 420 artists from 14 countries (3.21-6.11)

2016

  • Faux, International Juried Photography Exhibition, Center for Fine Art Photography, Fort Collins, Co; Juror: Louise Clements, Artistic Director of QUAD - a Centre for Contemporary Art, Film and New Technologies, Derby UK and Artistic Director of FORMAT International Photography Festival (Catalog)(4.1-4.30)
  • Seven Steps (5:07), International Screening, International Film Festival ZOOM - ZBLIZENIA, Jelenia Góra, Poland; 82 works selected from 632 entries (2.16-2.21)
  • What’s Right, What’s Left: Democracy in America, International juried exhibition, Gutfreund Cornett Art, Phoenix Gallery, New York, NY; Juror: Dr. Kathy Battista, Founder, Director of the MA Contemporary Art program, Sotheby’s Institute of Art, New York and Senior Research Fellow of the Centre for Global Futures in Art, Design and Media at the Winchester School of Art University of Southampton UK (Catalog) (1.6-1.30)

2015

  • Re-Picturing Photography, National Juried Exhibition, Union Street Gallery, Chicago, IL; Juror: Allison Grant, Assistant Curator, Museum of Contemporary Photography, Columbia College, Chicago, IL (9.23-10.24)
  • Viewpoint: Landscape and Architecture, International Juried Photography Exhibition, Black Box Gallery, Portland, OR; Juror: Laura Valenti, Outreach Director at Photolucida, previously Program Director and Co-Curator at Newspace Center for Photography, Portland OR; 54 entries selected from 600 entries (Catalog) (9.1-9.20)
  • Landscapes With Chantel Paul, International Juried Photography Exhibition, The Center for Fine Art Photography, Fort Collins, CO; Juror: Chantel Paul, Assistant Curator, Museum of Photographic Arts (MOPA) in San Diego, CA; 50 entries selected from 2000+ entries (6.5-7.18)
  • MOSTYN Open 19, International Juried Exhibition, MOSTYN Gallery, Wales, Llandudno, Wales, UK; Jurors: Claire Norcross, Designer; Philip Hughes, Director, Ruthin Craft Centre; Adam Carr, Visual Arts Program Curator of MOSTYN; Alfredo Cramerotti, Director, MOSTYN, Editor, Critical Photography series, Intellect Books, Bristol, UK & Chicago, USA (3.14-7.5)
  • mmigrant Strategy (6:08), International Screening, 6th International Videoart Festival of Camagüey, (FIVAC), Camagüey, Cuba (3.31-4.1)

2014

  • Immigrant Strategy (6:08), International Screening, 6th Cairo Video Festival, Medrar for Contemporary Art, Cairo, Egypt (11.8-11.20)
  • Black And White 2014, International Juried Photography Exhibition, Black Box Gallery, Portland, OR; Juror: Chris Moss, Gallery Director, Linfield College, McMinnville OR; 24 entries selected from 600+ Entries (Catalog) (9.1-9.20)
  • Utopia: Can It Stay A Dream, Invitational National Group Exhibition, Ground Floor Gallery, Nashville, TN; Curators: Brian R Jobe & Ryder Richards (7.5-7.25)

 

Selected Peer-Reviewed Conference/Workshop Presentations:

2016

  • Presenter, Landscape For Fun, Landscaping Change: Exploring the transformation, reconstitution and Disruption of Environments Through the Arts and Humanities and Social Science, Interdisciplinary Conference, Bath Spa University, Bath, UK (3.29-3.31)

2015

  • Presenter with Nathan Heuer (Assistant Professor, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, PA), Opposite Extremes: The Monotony of Design in Fossil-Fuel-Based Economics, Housing a Critical Perspective, Interdisciplinary Conference, Journal of Architecture Media Politics and Society, with Liverpool University Sociology Department, and Liverpool John Moores University Architecture Department, Liverpool, UK (4.8-4.9)

2014

  • Presenter, Curating As Creative Research, Chazen Museum of Art, Society for Photographic Education Midwest Conference, Madison WI (10.17)
  • Presenter, Mining the Nonfiction Work of Art, Colours of Memory: An International Conference on the Writing of Geoff Dyer (recipient of 2006 international Center for Photography Infinity Award for Writing on Photography [previous recipient: Susan Sontag]), Center for Contemporary Literature, and History and Theory of Photography Research Center, Birkbeck, University of London, London, UK (7.11)

 

Selected Publications and Bibliography:

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