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Tushar Joag

 (born 1966)
Tushar Joag is active/lives in India.  Tushar Joag is known for urban space theme painting.

Biography   Tushar Joag


Tushar Joag describes himself as a public intervention artist. He founded PWC (Public Work Cells), an organization that aims "to create works of art that seek to make interventions in the urban space, by designing and producing objects that while being functional and aesthetic bring into focus the various concerns of the immediate situation."

A conscientious artist deeply aware the problems and tensions of contemporary urban life, Joag spends his time doing things such as developing a special vending cart for hawkers that folds up into a 'Shanghai Couch', on the approach of prowling BMC officials.

All his works carry a strong social message and address issues prevalent in our society including the corruption of the judiciary   ...  Displaying 750 of 1996 characters.

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