Sculptures exhibit the other side of Politics and Bureaucracy

Sculptures exhibit the other side of Politics and Bureaucracy

A two-day art exhibition “My Loose Talk” started today at Bagore ki Haveli. Goverdhan Singh Panwar, the famous sculptor from Bhilwara showcased his satire artwork in the form of sculptures.

 
Sculptures exhibit the other side of Politics and Bureaucracy

A two-day art exhibition “My Loose Talk” started today at Bagore ki Haveli. Goverdhan Singh Panwar, the famous sculptor from Bhilwara showcased his satire artwork in the form of sculptures.

Pointing towards the corruption in politics and bureaucracy, Panwar well crafted the sculptures through his decades of experience, working as a government employee, broad contemplation and an open perspective.

Turned artist from a traditional craftsman, Panwar trained in the specific art form at Lalit Kala MSU, Baroda.

Sculptures exhibit the other side of Politics and Bureaucracy

Explaining about his art form, Goverdhan Singh Panwar said, “Artists generally make his art either expressive or communicative, as I make satire and subject specific sculptures to spread a message in society, hence I try to make my work more communicative.”

Some of the sculptures exhibited in Bagore ki Haveli are Democracy at Crossroad, Guards of Democracy, Guards of Art and Culture, Bureaucracy, Madari Rajneeti ka and Politics of the Dom.

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