Harsha Biswajit is a fine artist working in New York City. He works with a diverse range of media -from drawings, to digital photography, video and sculpture, often infusing them together in search of a balance/relationship between the traditional and the modern. Taking references from philosophy, literature, economics and politics, his works explore issues of dualities between humans and nature, ecology, and time. The representation of animals posing as a mirror to society is the central motif that runs throughout his work. His works have been exhibited in the “Open Studio”, School of Visual Arts, 2013, “South Indian Art Exhibition”, Lalit Kala Akademi, Chennai, 2013, “RE”, School of Visual Arts Westside Gallery, 2012, “4th Bhiku Ram Jain Art Awards Group Show”, Art Mall, New Delhi, 2012, “A Working Title”, Art Chennai, India, 2012, “POPNI National Art Exhibition”, Pondicherry Art Society, India, 2010, “The Madras Canvas”, India Cultural Center and Sutra Gallery, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 2010. Awards and merits include, Academic and Creative Excellence Scholarship, School of Visual Arts, 2013, Winner of the Jury Award at Chandra Ilango Art Foundation, India, 2013, and Winner of Bhiku Ram Jain Art Awards, India, 2012.