Amit Romani is a visual artist, facilitator, learner, unlearner, searcher, researcher based in Mumbai (Bombay) India. He obtained his Bachelor of Fine Arts (Drawing & Painting) from Sir J. J. School of Art in 2003.

Romani, is a winner of art contest organized by THE WORLD BANK - ''Imagining our Future Together'' - a juried traveling group exhibition in Bangladesh, India and U.S.A featuring 25 young and emerging artists from 8 South Asian countries. Two of his large-scale paintings were acquired by The World Bank and have entered their permanent art collection - on display at their Head Quarters in Washington D.C., U.S.A.

 

He is born and raised in Mumbai (Bombay), city of extremities - where there is abundance of wealth, opportunity and almost everything, yet emotions like love, loneliness, anxiety, etc., stay afloat in the vast emptiness that lies in the eye of every man. It is perhaps the hope and faith that keeps everyone moving.

s  p  a  c  e  plays a significant role in his art practice - the breathing space for every living creature. His debut solo exhibition ​'silence must be heard' held at Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai (Bombay) India during early 2012 consisted of drawings, large-scale paintings, employing ephemeral material: leaves on the floor and everyday object: mirror - titled 'ask yourself'. This series of his work raises questions about humanity in its social-ethical context.

His works are in prestigious individual collection with art connoisseurs and reputed organizations in India, UK, Germany, Italy, and USA

sometime in 2010