Srinjoy

Srinjoy

Srinjoy earned his Master's of Fine Arts from the Savannah College of Art & Design in Atlanta, GA in 2015. While at SCAD, Srinjoy was awarded the prestigious juried residency at the Elizabeth Foundation of Arts in New York. Srinjoy has led a successful career as a fine artist. His beautiful artworks have been exhibited at major galleries and exhibitions globally, and he has been written about in major art industry publications. He has won prestigious awards and is highly regarded by art world experts internationally. His work has been exhibited in many major galleries in the USA and globally. Srinjoy was a finalist nominated for National Art Award in India. Srinjoy art has been featured in the 2017 Tulip Award Winner Interior Design at 'Mansion in May' Designer Showhouse, Alnwick Hall, New Jersey. He was selected as a finalist in the juried Bombay Sapphire Artisan series 2017 and exhibited in Mason Fine Art, Atlanta. Srinjoy is currently represented by Scope Fine Art, Connect Contemporary, Art On the 5th, The Art Source, Merritt Gallery, Gallery Mensing, Lamantia Gallery. 


Originally from India, the land of mysticism and magic, Srinjoy was born into a family of artists. Growing up literally in an artistic environment he realized from a very young age that he was born to be an artist. Srinjoy has traveled the world from east to west from an early age. He has worked in the design and animation industry. Srinjoy has professionally worked under the tutelage of many renowned modern, street, and pop artists including internationally famous Craig Alan.

The central overarching pursuit of his work is examining the theme of 'Utopia' in a contemporary context through map and model making. His influence range from Pop culture to Deep Ecology. His works at times simply hold a mirror to reflect the contemporary experience or it can completely take the viewer to an alternative world. The Utopian impulse explores the tension between the extreme desire to materialize the ideal and on the other hand the infinite impossibility of conceiving the perfect image. Srinjoy's work also consists of re-imagining Utopian pasts or imagining alternative realms.