The best of Baroda
The eighth edition of The Baroda March will feature artworks by 58 promising artists who were trained at the Maharaja Sayajirao University (MS University) of Baroda
Since its first edition in 2007, The Baroda March organised by Rukshaan Art has been featuring unique artworks by alumni of Maharaja Sayajirao University in Baroda. The current edition will feature works by 58 artists in diverse choices of medium.
Check out artist Krupa Makhija’s artwork titled Map of Lost Language: it depicts her quest for the land of Sind. The artist has worked with computer keys to create an installation that maps Sind.
(From left to right) Untitled, woodcut on canvas by Preeti Agrawal; Map of lost language, computer keys on ply board by Krupa Makhija
Woodcuts by Preeti Agrawal focus on women’s empowerment. Dhruva Mistry has created two works on stainless steel, titled Something Else that depicts the abstract form of a woman’s body.
Untitled, artificial leather on canvas by Mehul Rathod
There are also works by Mehul Rathod made from artificial leather which pay homage to the greats of the artworld including Andy Warhol, David Hockney and Vincent Van Gogh. Artist Ambu Rathwa has showcased dreamy landscapes while Sanjay Barot pays tribute to servicemen.
Till: March 15, 11 am to 7 pm
At: Coomaraswamy Hall, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, Fort.