Rameshwar Broota rose to second spot on the "Hurun India Art List 2020” that ranks top 50 living Indian artists by the sale of their works sold at public auctions in the year ending 31 December 2019. The list is based on data by Artprice, the world’s largest compiler of art statistics.
Other than old newspapers, the artist has used shreds of old janmapatris, torn notes, weathered postcards along with resin to make these beautiful sculptures.
Scripted in Time II - an exhibition of Rameshwar Broota's recent works in epoxy resin and photographs printed on Corning Gorilla glass. The exhibition opens on Monday, 28th January, 2019 at 5 pm at Shridharani Gallery, Triveni Kala Sangam and continues till 12th February, 2019.
Shredded words are suspended in ‘liquid glass’ at an exhibition of Rameshwar Broota’s new body of work in Delhi
Recent paintings by Rameshwar Broota are on view at the Vadehra Art Gallery, In New Delhi until 20th February, 2018
Certain stillness engulfs his works. One is forced to look at beyond technique for they reflect upon diverse situations that degenerate relationships between humans. - A article in India Today.
Rameshwar Broota speaks to The Tribune while In Chandigarh for a slide-lecture show organised by Chandigarh Lalit Kala Akademy.
Art, says the painter, has to be aesthetic, prompt people to think, reflect, transform and for him, constant experimentation and looking at life around with new perspectives is paramount. Photography, too, began with an urge to connect and communicate.
The book titled "Visions of interiority: interrogating the male body, Rameshwar Broota: A Retrospective" was recently published by Kiran Nadar Museum of Arts. The book accompanied the retrospective exhibition of Broota's works from 1963 to 2014. Presented here is the foreword to the book by Kito De Boer: “In knowing anyone, but especially those in pursuit of the muses, one never knows what fully obtains. You are likely to scratch your head despite all your familiarity with them. The ground beneath Rameshwar’s person, remains Terra Incognito.” - Keshav Malik Rameshwar Broota is described by Keshav Malik as ‘Terra Incognito.’ Malik is a fine poet and chooses his words with deliberation and precision. When he chooses the Latin for ‘unknown land’ to [...]
Rameshwar Broota in his studio at Triveni Kala Sangam