Jeremy Sharma is a male artist, currently working in Singapore.
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Jeremy Sharma completed his postgraduate studies in the Master of Arts (Fine Art) programme at the LASALLE-SIA College of The Arts in 2006. Since then, he has won the Della Butcher Award for Excellence in painting and an Honourable Mention at the Philip Morris Singapore-ASEAN Art Awards. He was Artist-in-Residence at Studio 106, the former residential art studio of late sculptor and Cultural Medallion recipient, Dr Ng Eng Teng. Sharma was also associate artist for The Substation in 2002, and participated in group shows such as The LaSalle School Exhibition, The Last Laugh (Humour in Video), Sparks, and Real Presence/Floating Sites, a collateral event with the 51 stVenice Biennale IUAV. He has exhibited and performed in Kuala Lumpur, Seoul, Philippines, and London.

Sharma is co-founder of multi-disciplinary art collective Kill Your Television and rock band Tiramisu . He has since left both groups to extend his interests in music, sound, video, painting and design under the name of The Lacunas of Grace, formed in late 2005.