Natasha Kumar

Natasha Kumar

Art and India are in Kumar’s genes, on her mother’s English side she comes from a line of established artists: her father’s Indian heritage she traces back to Kashmir and Afghanistan via stories of partition and lost family gold.

Kumar gained a first class degree in printmaking at Manchester and completed her MA in printmaking in Camberwell in London in 2000, winning the London Printmaking Prize the same year.


She has made her own name as an artist from the age of 17, when, earning a place in the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition she found her etchings hanging on the same wall as paintings by her grandfather and uncle.  More recently she has had a 5 month solo show in Southbank, annual exhibitions at the Royal Geographical Society, and in 2015 gave a talk about her work;  Rasa: Essence of India –  in the famous Ondaatje Theatre.

Collections include Heathrow VIP Lounge, Science Museum and the Institute of Neurology as well as at specific Indian events in The Taj Hotel,  Asia House, Alchemy (Southbank) and at Saatchi.

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