Subhakar Tadi
About Subhakar Tadi:

Born in the year 1980, Subhakar Tadi completed his BFA at Andhra University in Visakhapatnam and MFA at M. S. University, Vadodara, both in printmaking. The technical necessity of printmaking has gained significance in the recent painterly processes of Subhakar's works. Subhakar likes to work with a black and white palette. His obsession with black is the result of his background as a print maker.

He uses Black as a symbol of protest and wish to black out the meaningless constructions and edifices that are erected in the name of development but are deterrents to perform. His shows include April Salon, a group show at Gallerie Mirchandani+Steinruke, Mumbai (2010); a group show at Cymroza gallery in collaboration with Osmosis Gallery, Mumbai (2008); A MAZ ING, the annual show by RPG Academy of Art and Music, Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai (2008); Persistence group show at museum art gallery, Mumbai, Curated by Osmosis Art Gallery, Mumbai (2007); Chronicle of the Unspoken Travencore Art Gallery, New Delhi (2007); modus operandi, group show at ABS Art Gallery, Baroda (2006); intentions group show at Kaleidoscope Art Gallery, Baroda (2006); prints paintings, a two man show at Progressive Art Gallery, New Delhi (2006); de priente printmaking show at Kaleidoscope Art Gallery, Baroda (2005); and distilled ambers, a printmaking show at Alternative Art Gallery by Threshold Art Gallery, New Delhi (2005). The artist lives and works in Baroda, India.