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Maya Burman

Born in Villeneuve sur Lot, France, 1971.

Currently lives and works in Paris, France.



§         3 years of architecture in Paris.

·         Travel for one year in India. Work with the ‘Center for built environment, Kolkota’ for the survey of North Kolkata, 1993.




§         Prix Lucie Rivel, Taylor Foundation (France) 2002.

§         Award for the watercolour section, Salon de Colombes (France) 2000.

§         Selected for the Award of the Salon d’ Automne, Paris (France) 2000.

§         Award of the Fine Art association of Sannois (France) 1998.

§         Award for young painters section, Salon de Colombes (France) 1997.


Solo Shows 

§         Apparao Gallery, Madras, (India) 2005.

§         Intex, Colours on Canvas, (Dubai) 2005.

§         Gallery Ganesha, New Delhi (India) 2002.

§         Art Musings, Mumbai (India) 2002.

§         Birla Academy of Art and Culture, Kolkota (India) 2002.

§         Médiathèque du Lamentin (Martinique) 2001.

§         Apparao Gallery, Madras (India) 2000-2001.

§         Festival du Cinema Asiatique, Vesoul (France) 2000.

§         Art Today Gallery, New Delhi (India) 2000.

§         Theatre de Chaoué, Allonnes (France) 1998.


 Group Shows


§         Visual Art, London 2004.

§         Center of International Modern Art, Kolkota (India) 2003.

§         Musée de la Poste, Paris (France) 2001.

§         Musée de la Tour Carrée, Ste Maxime (France) 2000.

§         Indian Embassy, Paris (France) 1999.

§         Galerie Boyrié, Strasbourg (France) 1999.

§         Gallery Ganesha, New Delhi (India) 1998.

§         Center of International Modern Art, Kolkota (India) 1998.

§         Apparao Gallery, Madras (India) 1997.

§         Galerie Sauret, Fumel (France) 1995.

§         Galerie 51, Villeneuve sur Lot (France).




§         Illustrations for “Nouvelles de l’ Inde” The newspaper of the Indian Embassy in Paris, from 2000 up to 2004.

§         Cover for the book of Satyajit Ray “Fatik et le jongleur de Calcutta” Pocket jeunesse editor, 1999.

§         Poster for the play of Girish Karnad “Hayavadana” (France) 1999.

Maya Burman
Maya Burman Paintings

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