Curator & Founder-Chairman
Asian Heritage Foundation
Rajeev Sethi is South Asiaâ€™s leading designer and is noted internationally for his innovative contribution to preserving and celebrating the subcontinentâ€™s rich cultural heritage. He is a noted scenographer and art curator. He is known for his outstanding designs across the world.
Sethi spent his formative years in Paris, where he first went to study graphic art on a scholarship. Thereafter he trained under painter and printmaker Stanley William Hayter at his studio, Atelier 17. He was mentored by American designers Ray and Charles Eames. Finally he got a chance to work at studio of French designer, Pierre Cardin. Meanwhile in 1960, he designed Delhi’s first discotheque, Cellar at Regal Building, Connaught Place.
He is curator and founder-chairman of the Asian Heritage Foundation. He designed The Art Walk at the brand new T2 terminal in Mumbai.
He is also part of INTACH constituted the first Governing Council.