1989 The Bombay Art Society Centenary Invitees Show,
Jehangir Art Gallery, Bombay. ? 1990 Calcutta through
eyes of Painters, Birla Academy of Art and Culture,
Calcutta. ? Participated in Art Mosaic, Calcutta?s Tercentenary
Exhb., Calcutta. ? Help Age All India Exhb., Jehangir
Art Gallery, Mumbai. ? Group exhb, People for Animal
organised by Maneka Gandhi. ? 1996, 97, 98, 99 Exhb.,
Harmony, organised by Reliance Industries Ltd., Mumbai.
? 1997 Celebration 50 Years of Indian Independence,
Singapore. ? 1998 Celebration 50 Years of Indian Independence,
Toronto. ? 1998 The Best of Indian Contemporary Art,
Hong Kong. ? 1999 Edge of the Century, New Delhi. ?
1999 Exhb. of Contemporary Bengal Artist, Dhaka. ? 1999
Solo exhb., Birla Academy of Art and Culture, Calcutta.
? 1999 Exhb., Admin One Gallery, New York. ? 2000 Solo
exhb., Art Today, New Delhi. ? 2001 Art of Bengal organised
by CIMA Art Gallery, National Gallery of Modern Art,
Mumbai. ? 2002 Art of Bengal, CIMA Art Galler
Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi. ? National Gallery of
Modern Art, New Delhi. ? Rupankar Museum, Bharat Bhavan,
Bhopal. ? Birla Academy of Art and Culture, Kolkata.
? Tata Iron and Steel Company. ? Birla Group of Industries.
? Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath, Bangalore. ? Sanghi
Industries, Hyderabad. ? Bengal Foundation, Dhaka. ?
RPG Enterprises, Mumbai. ? Goodricke Group Limited,
Kolkata. ? Delhi Art Gallery, New Delhi.
1986 National Award, Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi.
? 1986 State Govt. Award, Calcutta. ? 1998 Senior fellowship
in the field of Visual Art, Ministry of Human Resource
Development, Govt. of India. ? Honoured by South Zone
Cultural Centre, Hyderabad.
`In the history of modernism in Bengal, and indeed
India, Aditya Basak is counted amongst the most successful
artists of the younger crop. More importantly, despite
continuing to adhere to some of the bastions of Bengali
modernism, Basak, today just past fifty, is among the
few who strive to traverse the bridge between modernist
idioms and post-modern art practice. A staunch believer
in the fact that neither art nor the artist can remain
frozen in time, Basak views his entire creative enterprise
as a journey through human history and evolution.....A
master in the true pictorial and poetic tradition of
the Bengal school, drawing from the practiced picture-making
elements and visual styles of the 50s and 60s, Basak
today practices not only painting, but also video. His
preoccupation continues to be the progression/regression
of human civilizations and the role that history plays
in their evolution. As time progresses and points of
vision are transposed, identities alter and emerge afresh.