Vineet Kacker’s work is informed by his formal training as an architect, and inspired primarily by the Indian sources of his inspirations – landscape, art and
iconography of the Himalayas, and built form that references the sacred. In his work old texts, icons and imagery are remixed into new works that are symbolic
without being derivative, accessible without being populist. After being introduced to clay at the Andretta Pottery in Himachal, he honed his skills at the Golden Bridge Pottery in Pondicherry. Vineet has done artist-in-residence programs in Colorado, and Minnesota, U.S.A., as well as a post -experience program the University of Wales Institute, U.K. He is the recipient of several awards, notably the Charles Wallace Fellowship and the Fulbright grant. His work has been exhibited widely, and is a part of several collections notably the Museum of Contemporary Ceramics at Icheon, Korea, and the Indian Ceramics Museum at FLICAM, Fuping, China.