Saju Kunhan (b. 1983) began his artistic training in his home state of Kerala, at the Government College of Fine Art, Thrissur. After receiving his BFA degree, he went on to pursue his MFA in painting from the Sir J.J. School of Art, Mumbai. In 2014, Kunhan received a Post-Graduate Diploma degree in Museology and Conservation from CSMVS Museum, Mumbai.
Kunhan had his first solo exhibition, "Stained Geographies" at TARQ, Mumbai in 2017. He has been a part of exhibitions all across the country. Some of his recent exhibitions of note are - "Traversing Histories", two person show curated by Jitha Karthikeyan at Artimis Cars, Chennai (2019); India Art Fair, represented by TARQ, Mumbai (2019); "Mapping Frontiers", group show curated by Lina Vincent Sunish as part of the Krishnakriti Festival, Hyderabad (2018); "Mattancherry", curated by Riyas Komu at URU Art Harbour, Kochi (2017); "Young Subcontinent", curated by Riyas Komu at the Serendipity Arts Festival, Goa (2016); “Scape & Scope”, anniversary group show of TAO Art Gallery at Jahangir Art Gallery, Mumbai (2016); “Liminal Affinities”, the inaugural exhibition at Nine Fish Art Gallery, Mumbai (2015); “The Deep Inside”, two man show at Kalakriti Art Gallery, Hyderabad (2015) and “Memento Mori”, a group show at TARQ, Mumbai (2015).
He currently lives and works in Mumbai.