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.
Recent paintings by Rameshwar Broota are on view at the Vadehra Art Gallery, In New Delhi until 20th February, 2018
Rameshwar Broota’s 1987 painting was among the top sales at the Sotheby’s Modern and Contemporary South Asian ArtAuction. The painting titled ‘Prisoner of War’ fetched 182,500GBP, more than the double of its high estimate.
Paintings by Rameshwar Broota were exhibited by some of the prominent art galleries during the sixth edition of the India Art Fair.
Rameshwar Broota, was presented with the ‘Lifetime Achievement Award’ during the LalitArpan Festival. The event organized by Asavari, the dance institution of Guru Shovana Narayan, is an annual celebration of Indian arts. Started by the Tabla maestro Ustad Shafaat Ahmed Khan and Narayan, this festival has been promoting Indian classical music and dances since 11 years. In its 12th edition, the organizers have initiated ‘Lalit Samman’ to honour valuable contributions in the field of performing arts as well as fine arts.
A solo exhibition of works by Rameshwar Broota, titled 'Traces of Man' is ongoing at XVA gallery. The exhibition showcases a selection of his photographic works and a rare oil on canvas work from 1999, entitled; ‘Traces of Man - The Unknown Soldier – I.’
The inaugural show at Ojas Art explores how artists envision three basic desires of “Roti, Kapda aur Makan,” i.e. bread, clothes, and house. The participating artists include: Rameshwar Broota, Arunkumar HG and TV Santhosh, and works on display include photography, sculpture, paintings, video art, installations and graphic art.
Rameshwar Broota’s artwork titled “Queue”(year 1970-1, Oil on Canvas, 69.7 X 48.4 in) was one of the top three sales of OSIAN’s auction “Creative India Series 2 – The Punjab & Delhi” at 8,760,000 INR (168, 462 USD.) Also sold on a premium was a rare set of etchings completed during a brief period of experimentation with print making.
Veteran artist Rameshwar Broota returns with a new series of photographs collected and developed in his own unique technique, over a period of four years. The exhibition titled “This End to the Other" will be on view at Triveni Kala Sangam from 13th to 21st February and thereafter at Vadehra Art Gallery in Okhla from 6th to 13th March.