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Starting  from the mid 1990s in Australia at the Hogarth Gallery in Paddington, Sydney where our artist Putli Ganjhu had a one man show beside Gondi artist Jhangar Singh Shyam, and the first exhibition in India at the Gallery Chemould in 1995,  through exhibitions at Casula Powerhouse Gallery (1997) and seventeen back to back exhibitions across Australia, to the one month long Sohrai and Khovar murals project (2000) at Djamu Gallery , Sydney the art went on to sellout shows in Europe at various famous venues including the Rebecca Hossack Gallery in London. 

Thereafter between 2001 and 2015, TWAC has held about 36 exhibitions and five art residencies in major venues like the Heinrich Boell Foundation in Berlin ( Germany, 2003), Vicino Lontano Festival, Udine (Italy, 2008), Museum Pigorini, Rome, Tarshito Gallery in Milan (Italy, 2011), School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS, London (2011), Arts Atlantic Festiva in La Rochelle (France, 2011), Museum Rietberg, Zurich (Switzerland, 2012), and at the Brunei Gallery, (SOAS), University of London (UK, 2015)

Since 2016, it has been holding a series of exhibition organized  by Femmes du Hazaribagh in Paris, along with photographs of the painted houses in Hazaribagh by Deidi von Schaewen.


In 2019 TWAC artists attended the Àbadakone Exhibition at the National Gallery of Canada  which featured work by more than 70 contemporary Indigenous artists, identifying with almost 40 Indigenous nations, ethnicities and tribal affiliations from 16 countries, including Canada. 

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