Ramkishan Adig

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Ramkishan Adig
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Ramkishan Adig
Born (1967-08-07) 7 August 1967 (age 49)
Churu, Rajasthan, India
Occupation Artist
Website http://chitrasutra.blogspot.com/

Ramkishan Adig (born August 7, 1967) is an Indian artist and a practitioner of The Social-Realism style in painting. Born of a small village in Rajasthan (India), he studied art at Rajasthan school of Art, Jaipur. He joined the Progressive Writers Association and Peoples' Theater Association as an executive. He has participated many national and international level exhibitions, and his work is centered on themes based in Rajasthani culture.


Toom10 was founded by Ramkishan Adig in 1990. It produces art exhibitions, solo shows, and art workshops.

Education and Work[edit]




  1. National Art Exhibition, LKA, New Delhi
  2. AIFACS, New Delhi
  3. SCZCC, Nagpur
  4. Toom10 Group Exhibitions
  5. Sahmat, Group Exhibition
  6. Varnika, Roopam etc. Group Exhibition by Rajasthan School Of Art Alumni and many other group exhibition


  1. Kalawritt Sculptors Camp 1990, 1992 & 2008
  2. Painters workshop by Jawahar Kala Kendra Jaipur 2009

Solo Show[edit]

  1. Mohta Institute Of Folklore Research, Sadulpur 1990
  2. Maharani Sudarshana Art Gallery, Bikaner 1999
  3. ‘Around The Sun’ Jawahar Kala Kendra, Jaipur 2007
  4. Many Poster Exhibitions with PWA and IPTA 1990 to 2006
  5. ‘Mohatarma’ Jawahar Kala Kendra, Jaipur 2009
  6. Soochna Kendra Churu 2010


  1. Lalit Kala Akademy Research Grant 1994
  2. RLKA Scholarship 1990 to 1992
  3. Published many articles on art and education in magazines
  4. Thousands of illustrations published in books, papers and magazines
  5. Secretary, Rajasthan School Of Art Alumni
  6. Works in Collections India and Abroad
  7. Executive member of Progressive Writer’s Association Rajasthan and Indian People’s Theatre association Rajasthan
  8. Executive Toom10
  9. 2010 Chief Designer, PustakParwa by Rajasthan Hindi GranthAkademi


  1. Asia-pacific Cultural Centre For UNESCO, Japan, 1996
  2. Rajasthan Lalit Kala Akademy Student Award, 1992
  3. Rajasthan School Of Art Annual Awards 1991, 1992
  4. Rajasthan School Of Art Best Student Award 1992
  5. ‘Guru Shreshtha’ 2002 and ‘Guru Param’ 2003 Awards By NVS, Delhi


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