Rajesh Vangad

Rajesh Vangad (born 1975 in Ganjad, India) is a bearer of the Warli style of painting, a form of painting belonging to the indigenous Warli people. He learned the art at a young age from his mother, Ladhki Devi; and later from masters like Jivya Soma Mashe. He has painted notable murals at the Craft Museum, New Delhi, the Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai and the T2 Terminal at the International Airport in Mumbai. Vangad has published My Gandhi Story (Tulika Books), Kabir Saamagri (as part of the Kabir Project) and The Indian Crafts Journey, as well as a map of Maharashtra (Dastkaar Haat Samiti). His work has been exhibited across India as well as internationally, and the collaborative series made along with the photographer Gauri Gill called Fields of Sight has been included in exhibitions around the world, including Documenta 14, Kassel; the 7th Moscow Biennale, and Prospect 4, New Orleans.
Rajesh Vangad - Fields of Sight
English edition
Edition Patrick Frey
A unique collaboration between photographer Gauri Gill and renowned Warli artist Rajesh Vangad.
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