A versatile ceramic artist, Vineet Kacker combines contrasting technical approaches in functional pottery and sculptural forms inspired by a wealth of influences from temple, shrine and street. His work is inspired by the Himalayan landscape as well as the sacred arts, architecture and popular culture from Buddhist, Hindu and Islamic traditions of India.
After receiving a Bachelors degree from the School of Architecture and Planning in New Delhi, Kacker trained in ceramics with Mansimran Singh in Himachal Pradesh and Ray Meeker and Deborah Smith at Golden Bridge Pottery in Pondicherry. He has been the recipient of a Fulbright travel fellowship to the US, a Charles Wallace Fellowship by the British Council, a McKnight residency at the Northern Clay Center, Minnesota and artist residencies at Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Colorado and Sanskriti Kendra in New Delhi.
Group exhibitions include Tatva the International Ceramics Association, Red Earth Gallery, Baroda, Aham, India Art Fair, represented by Gallery Art Positive, New Delhi, Edge Art, Izmir Turkey, Form and Formless, Art Positive Gallery, and (R)evolution, Museum Gallery, Fine Arts Company Mumbai as well as ceramic biennial exhibitions in Cairo, Seoul and Japan.
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