Tushar Joag received his Bachelor’s degree from the Sir J.J. School of Arts, Mumbai, and in 1989, he completed his Master’s degree from the Faculty of Fine Arts, Maharaja Sayajirao University, Baroda. His works carry a strong social message and address issues prevalent in our society including the corruption of the judiciary, political hierarchy and disparity of wealth. Joag’s drawings are meticulous, but do not appear to be confined; some images appear in momentum, others seem to entirely break away from the limitations of the canvas.
Lost & Found (?) Values of Democracy
(en)counters 2015 | Spaces In Transition
A questioning of democracy and freedom through a process-based project. During a series of workshops, children prepared scrapbooks exploring the history of people's movements in India. The objects were then scattered on trains. Those that were returned by commuters, or retrieved from lost and found departments of local stations, were shown at CST Terminus.