Public Art: The Curious Indian Water Well, installed at Tauranga Sculpture Park. First shown at NZSOS- Tenth Biennial Exhibition, Takapuna, Auckland. Also exhibited at Hamilton Garden Arts Festival, New Zealand

Public Art: 6 meter high steel & acrylic kinetic sculpture “The Firkee Wala” installed at Puke Ariki Museum Landing, New Plymouth waterfront, Taranaki, New Zealand

Public Art: 4.5 meter high “The Tree of Giving” installed at Tauranga, New Zealand

Public Art: Jugalbandi at the park, exhibited at NZSOS and Kaipara Trail, New Zealand

Public Art: Tricky box 8, installed at NZ Garden and Arts Festival, Tauranga. Also part of Ted X Tauranga.

Public Art: The Lost City, installed at The Belgadia Palace, Mayurbhanj, Odisha, India

Public Art: Slapsticks, installed at NZSOS and Kaipara Sculpture trail, New Zealand

Limited edition sculpture: The Rainbow Flautist, exhibited at India Art Fair, NZSOS and also shown & sold at Creative Tauranga, New Zealand. Created at Mt. Maunganui.
The Belgadia Palace Art Residency, Mayurbhanj, India. Artists: Prabhjyot Majithia & Lipika Sen

The Belgadia Palace Art Residency, Mayurbhanj, India. Artists: Prabhjyot Majithia & Lipika Sen

Sculptures in motion: Inhaling Mayurbhanj – The Belgadia Palace Art Residency, Mayurbhanj, Odisha, India. Supported by Asia New Zealand Foundation.

Above Public Art projects are in collaboration with Lipika Sen (Business and work partner in New Zealand) and were only possible for unbounded help and support of Suresh Krishnan (The big guy), Dad the architect, Ramneek Majithia (Product Manager and Design Expert), Amaninder the Brainstormer, Arundeep the Idea Bouncer, New Zealand High Commission, Asia New Zealand Foundation, New Zealand Sculpture on Shore, All Organisers, Curators, Festival Directors, NZ and India galleries, Art buyers, Sponsors, Engineers, Owners of Residencies, Cooks, Carpenters, Blacksmiths, open spaces on earth, my home… “India” …and my creative abode…”New Zealand.”


Prabhjyot Majithia