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b. Samastipur, India.

Lives and works in Boston, MA­­



2015                 MVA, Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong



2020                 Howard Yezerski Gallery, “Too Much Color”, Boston, MA

2019                 ArtSpace Gallery Maynard, “Of No Fixed Address”, Maynard, MA

2018                 Howard Yezerski Gallery, “This That & the Other”, Boston, MA

2015                 Pure Art Foundation, “A Sweeter Journey”, Hong Kong

2010                 The Stainless Gallery, “ Bliss”, New Delhi, India

2008                 Ashish Balram Galleries for Contemporary Art, “I Wish”, Mumbai, India



2021                 ArtsWorcester, 19th ArtsWorcester Biennial, Worcester, MA

                         Project B Gallery at The Mill Contemporary Art, “Under the Same Flag”, Framingham, MA

2020                 Buchanan Center for the Arts, “64 Arts”, Monmouth, IL (upcoming)

                         Amazing Things Arts Center, "Under the Same Flag", Framingham, MA (honorable mention, postponed)              

                         Brookline Arts Center, "Activation", Brookline, MA

                         ArtsWorcester, "In Transition", Worcester, MA 

2018                 Monmouth Museum, “Fabulous Food”, Lincroft, NJ

                         Site: Brooklyn Gallery, “Faces”,  Brooklyn, NY

                         BWAC Gallery, Wide Open 9,  Brooklyn, NY

2017                 Vermont Studio Center Gallery, “Why Blue?”, Johnson, VT

2016                 Jockey Club Creative Arts Center, “Crossing Border”, curated by Andrew Lam,  Hong Kong

                         AVA Kaitak Gallery, “Hey, What’s Going On?”, curated by William Wong, Hong Kong

                         Art of Nature Int’l Gallery, “New Art Force”, Curated by Cissy Cheung,  Hong Kong

2015                 Art Gallery of Shenzhen University, The Art Exhibition of the 35th Anniversary of Shenzhen Special Zone’s Establishment, curated by                                   Yang Yong, Shenzhen, China.    

                         Zürcher Hochschule der Künste, “Same Same but Different”, Zürich

                         Connecting Spaces, “Same Same but Different”, Hong Kong

                         New Art Wave Expo, The Venetian, Macau

                         AVA Kaitak Gallery, MVA Graduation Exhibition 2015, Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong KongHong Kong

                         Studio X, “Encounters 2015- Spaces in Transition”, curated by Art Oxygen, Mumbai, India

2014                 Sundaram Tagore Gallery, “Hong Kong Human Rights Arts Prize”, Hong Kong

                         AVA Kaitak Gallery, “All That Remains is You”,  interactive performance in collaboration with resident artist Karem Ibrahim, Hong Kong

                         Koo Ming Kown Exhibition Gallery,  248 Days of School, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong

2013                 India Design 2013, temporary public art installation, Le Meridien, New Delhi, India

                        “The Wanderer”, temporary public art installation, DLF Place mall, New Delhi, India

2012                 Exhibit 320, “Art Makers Circa 2012”, New Delhi, India

2011                 Exhibit 320, “Census of Sense”, New Delhi, India

                         Galerie Nvya, “Carpe Diem”, New Delhi, India

                         Artspeaks India Gallery, “Icons in Our Midst”, New Delhi, India

                         Art Bull India, “Emerging/ Contemporary &Masters”, New Delhi

                         Art Konsult Gallery, “Future of the Museum Collection III”, New Delhi, India



2015                 Common, Journal für Kunst & Öffentlichkeit, number 6, 2015, “A Sweeter Journey”: City as an exchange of experience



2017                 Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT

                         Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Presidential Scholarship, Snowmass, CO

2015                 Pure Art Foundation grant for the Visual Arts, Hong Kong

                         Encounters, public arts project grant, Art Oxygen, Mumbai, India

                         1st Runner Up, Hong Kong Human Rights Arts Prize, Hong Kong



2021                 Zachery Thompson, Siddharth Choudhary: The Outside and the Other, Worcester Magazine, June 25- July 1, 2021

2019                 Cate McQuaid, "Colorful artworks capture home from Mumbai to Massachusetts", The Boston Globe, 3.20.2019

2016                 Grace Kwong, “藝術家在異鄉,” HK 01, Hong Kong, 9.9.2016

                         “多元創作 連繫生活---十個「新藝力」的貼地藝術,” Sing Tao Daily, Hong Kong, 7.8.2016. 3.

                         Zhang Qixia, “浸大碩士畢業印度畫家 地鐵派糖記錄港人真笑"臉”, Hong Kong Economic Journal, 22.01.2016. c3.

2015                 Liu Dongpei,  “搭地鐵笑一笑 為旅程加糖,” Apple Daily, Hong Kong, 17.11.2015.

                         Wendy Wo, “【畢業展】差不多《在此,”, 30.7.2015.

                         “They are artists: Siddharth Choudhary”,, 20.7.2015.

                         Nguyen blue, “Beyond the current exhibition,”, 26.6.2015.

                         Kylie Knot, “Entries open for Hong Kong Human Rights Arts Prize,” South China Morning Post, Arts & Entertainment, 21.8.2015.

                         Christopher Dewolf, “The Right Art,” Surface Asia, Singapore, February 2015, 108-13.

2013                 “The lady with a red face,” Pioneer, New Delhi, 26.2.2013.

2012                 “Some arty reflections,” Hindustan Times, New Delhi, 23.7.2012.

                         “Young at art,” Millennium Post, New Delhi, 27.7.2012.

2011                 “32 Mind creative”, & magazine, April 2011. 34,35.

                         “Breaking creative boundaries”, Mid Day, New Delhi, 2.5.2011.

                          Dr. Seema Bawa, “Double Entendres,” Deccan Chronicle, New Delhi, 5.6.2011.

2010                  Georgina Maddox: “Caught in the rhetoric”, The Indian Express, New Delhi, 11.11.2010.

                          Poulami Mukherjee “Zipping through life,” The Hindu, New Delhi, 5.11.2010.

2009                  Hassan M. Kamal, “Art of the matter,” The Asian Age, India, 29.3.2009.

2008                  Georgina Maddox, “The king of pop,” The Indian Express, Mumbai, 17.12.2008.

                         “Discovering new talent”, Bombay times, 29.11.2008.

                         “Colourful start”, DNA, Mumbai, 22.11.2008.

                         “If wishes were horses”, Mid Day, Mumbai, 5.11.2008.

                         “Wishes on canvas”, UTVi, November 2008, TV interview

                         “Profit Palette”, NDTV Profit, November 2008, TV interview

2007                 “Art for heart’s sake”, Mumbai Mirror, 23.7.2007

                          Aastha Atray Banam, “In the news”, Elle India, January 2007. 100.



Howard Yezerski Gallery, Boston, MA

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