Pankha Exhibitons held:

  • NATIONAL HANDICRAFT AND HANDLOOM MUSEUM, NEW DELHI

        Pragati Maidan, Bhairon Road, New Delhi

        6th May 2004 – 5th June 2004

 

  • VICTORIA MEMORIAL, KOLKATA

        1, Queen’s Way, Kolkata, West Bengal 700071

        27th June 2004 – 25th July 2004

 

  • FAN MUSEUM, LONDON

       12, Crooms Hill, Greenwich, London SE108ER

        5th October 2004 – 16th January 2005

 

  • NATIONAL ART GALLERY, KUALA LUMPUR

        2, Jalan Temerlon, off Jalan Tun Razak, 53200, Kuala Lumpur

        23rd April 2005 – 26th June 2005

 

  • RIETBERG MUSEUM, ZURICH

        Gablerstrasse 15, 8002 Zürich, Switzerland

        13th May 2005 – 11th September 2005

 

  • NATIONAL MUSEUM, MANILA

        Museum of Filipino People, Padre Burgos Street, Manila

        2nd August 2005 – 2nd October 2005

 

  • THE KENNEDY CENTRE, WASHINGTON D.C.

        2700 F SD NW, Washington DC, USA 20566

        13th January 2011 - 20th March 2011

 

 

  • The very first Pankha exhibition was held at the National Crafts Museum, New Delhi, inaugurated by Dr. Kapila Vatsyayan in May 2004.

  • The 2nd exhibition was held at the Victoria Memorial, Calcutta, with the invitation from Bengal Government where thousands of people visited the show. It was inaugurated by Mr. Buddhadeb Bhattacharya, the then CM of West Bengal.

  • The show was then held overseas, at the Fan museum in London, sponsored by the museum and Air India, with the invitation of their Director, Mrs. Alexander in 2004.

  • National Art Gallery in Kuala Lumpur hosted the exhibition with the invitation of National Museum in 2005.

  • The Rietberg Museum in Zurich then hosted the show with the invitation from Dr Eberhard Fischer.

  • Last exhibition in 2005 was held in Manila, Philippines with the invitation of National Museum.

  • In each exhibition various posters, brochures, catalogues, postcards etc were printed. There is also a bibliography on pankha from different countries

  • Kennedy Centre’s Vice Chairmen along with the designer’s team visited artist Jatin Das’ studio and invited him to exhibit the Pankha collection at the Kennedy Centre in Washington D.C. in 2011.

  • The Philately Department of Post, Govt. of India has brought out 16 postal stamps from Jatin Das’ Pankha collection in December 2017.