1964, Ratnagiri. Lives and works in Mumbai, India
Narendra Yadav was born in Ratnagiri, India in 1964 and holds a B.F.A. (Applied Art) from J.J. School of Art, Mumbai (1987). Through his work, Narendra Yadav directs the viewer to re-look at the obvious in delightful and satirical ways that never fails to surprise or amuse. His object and video based works successfully straddle conceptual art, sculpture and installation. He has had three consecutive solo shows at Gallery Maskara in 2009, 2010 and 2012. His first solo show in 2006 was at the Museum Gallery, Mumbai and he has shown previously at Sakshi Gallery, Mumbai (2007), Lalit Kala Academy, Kerala (2006 and 2008), Gallery Maskara (2008). In 2010 - 2011 he was part of a group shows at Artissima 17 (Art Fair), Turin, Italy and the India Art Summit. In addition, his video work Stress Release Toys for Instant Justice was part of Commercial Break and was screened at the Nuit Blanche Festival, New York and 54th Venice Biennale. In 2012, Yadav also participated in group exhibitions at the India Art Fair, New Delhi and the VIP Art Fair, Online. In 2013, Yadav’s work is featured in the group show Traditions\Transformation at gallery Geukens & De Vil, Antwerp, Belgium. In 2014 Yadav participated in the India Art Fair, New Delhi. In 2015 the artist realised a time-based live moon project titled My Lunatic Instinct at Gallery Maskara and was part of the group exhibition titled Gopakapattanam, Museum of Goa, India.
The artist lives and works in Mumbai, India.