Gogi Sarojpal

Gogi Sarojpal

The artist works in many media including gouache oil, ceramic graphic print, jewellery, photography and weaving. Her works usually have women as their subjects and many of her paintings have a fantastical element that still comments on the female condition. She often uses Kamadhenu or wish-fulfilling cow as a metaphor for womankind both for her giving nature as well as to express her anguish against their exploitation. In soft glowing colours, she portrays women as silent victims of social justice in patriarchal structures, their limp limbs, tilted heads and folded hands suggesting their helplessness.

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