Vibhor Sogani, born in Jaipur, Rajasthan, is one of the leading creative professionals in India. An alumnus of the prestigious National Institute of Design (NID), Ahmedabad, he has made a strong mark in the areas of art & light-based installations.
Vibhor’s style is experimental and language transformative. His passion in exploring diverse materials like steel, brass, copper, bronze, stone and mixed media, coupled with a strong interest in fine art and urban aesthetics has led to innovative expressions in art, sculptures and light installations.
He has also handled Offbeat projects like developing country's first few Go‐Karting tracks; Redesigning Mumbai's suburban trains; Upgradation of copper craft in Kashmir, designing & producing some of the prominent trophies for international matches & events etc., to name a few.
One of India’s largest and most visible public art installations, the 'Sprouts', a 40 feet high stainless steel installation spread over 6 acres of greens surrounding the AIIMS flyover in the heart of Delhi, is his creation. This was an initiative by Delhi Government towards beautification of Delhi, representing it as a world city. Today, it is considered as a landmark of Delhi.
In 2015 Vibhor Sogani was recently invited by the PMO to showcase his works & installations at the prestigious Mahatma Mandir, Gandhi Nagar, Gujarat. The exhibition was inaugurated by Honourable CM Anandiben Patel.
In 2016, Vibhor was invited to Australia for a solo art installation show. The exhibition titled ‘Mahatma in Me..’ a tribute to Gandhi ji was inaugurated on 2 October 2016, marking the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti & International Day of non-violence at Elizabeth Quay, Perth
He started Studio Vibhor Sogani in 1994 in Delhi. The Studio has been engaged in various prestigious and award winning commissioned installations & design projects and conceptual art assignments.
Vibhor was awarded ‘Indian Art Icon of the Year 2014 in Singapore