Tara Sabharwal (b. 1957, Delhi, India) studied painting at MS University, Baroda, and completed her Masters from the Royal College of Art in London on a British Council scholarship. She has had solo shows in London at Harewood House, Mercury, La Monte, East West, Rebecca Hossack, and Idler galleries; in Germany at Galerie Scherer, Michael Oess, Galerie Schwerpunkt, Martina Janzen, and Arts Karlsruhe; in New York City at Henry Street Settlement, John Jay, Stephen Harris, Gallery 678, and Manhattan Graphics Center; and in India at Art Heritage, Cymroza, Nazar, Sakshi, MS University, and Sumukha galleries. She received grants from the Joan Mitchell Foundation (CALL: Creating a Living Legacy), the Gottlieb Foundation, and has been an artist in residence at Cooper Union, HISHIO (Japan), Conversazioni Contemporari (Italy), Women's Studio Workshop (NY), Beisinghoff Atelier (Germany) and Scuola Internationale Graphika and The American Embassy (Delhi). Her work is in the collections of the British Museum, London; Victoria and Albert Museum, London; DLI Museum, Durham, UK; the New York Public Library, NY; Peabody Essex Museum, Boston; MONA Museum of Nebraskan Art, Nebraska; and the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C.