Vishwa Shroff’s artistic practise is firmly rooted in drawing, with a proclivity towards architectural forms that serve as compelling take-off points for a deeper contemplation on memory and our relationship with the material world. Shroff started her artist training at The Faculty of Fine Arts, MSU, Baroda in 1998 after which, she continued on to the Birmingham Institute of Art and Design (UK) in 2003. She has had seven solo exhibitions in India, the UK and USA as well as several group shows.

 

Her solo shows include Folly Measures at TARQ, Mumbai (2020); In Residence,  Swiss Cottage Gallery, London (2018); Drawn Space, TARQ, Curated by Charlie Levine, Mumbai (2016); Postulating Premises,  TARQ, Collaborative book Show, Mumbai (2015); One eye! Two eyes! Three eyes! ACME Project Space, London (2012); Memories of a Known place, Trove Gallery,Birmingham (2012) and Raga Numerique, Room: Collaborative book show, Vadodara (2011).

 

Shroff's group shows include Looking and Longing, Curating the Domestic, StudioELL, New York (2020); Distilled Blueprints, Space Studio, Vadodara (2019);  100 years of Bauhaus, Wurttembergisher Kunsverein,Stuttgart (2018); Again and Yet AgainGallery OED,  Cochin (2017); Memento Mori, TARQ, Mumbai (2015) and Exchange Rates: Bushwick ExchangeBrooklyn Fire Proof,  New York (2014). 

 

She has also participated in several artist residencies, namely at the Swiss Cottage Gallery in Camden, London in 2017. Her work was a part of TARQ’s presentation at the India Art Fair, New Delhi in 2017 and Art Basel Hong Kong in 2018. 

 

Shroff currently lives and works between Mumbai and Tokyo.