Subodh Kerkar’s installations are heavily washed by the ocean, both literally and metaphorically. He spent his childhood, walking on the beaches with his artist father, Chandrakant Kerkar.
He creates his ephemeral installations using thousands of mussel shells, pebbles, palm leaves, boats, fishermen and sand.
He creates large works on the seashore, which are often infused with politics and history.
Subodh is the Founding Director of the Museum of Goa (MOG) and has exhibited widely in India and abroad in galleries and in museums.