Krishna Mahawar is a Multi-disciplinary artist and Asst. Professor in Fine Art at Rajasthan University, Jaipur, India. She is an actively exhibiting artist with 22 solo exhibitions and has been participating in a number of National, International prestigious Group Exhibitions.
Her works have taken forms as a painting, Digital Installations, and Conceptual Art Performances. She has received Guru Shishya Scholarship from SPIC MACAY to work with eminent Indian artist Anjolie Ela Menon and a receiver of prestigious State Award in painting, Kala Mela Award (Twice) from Rajasthan Lalit Kala Academy, and Gold Medal in Graduation and Post Graduation as well.
Krishna has presented her Research Paper and delivered lectures in National and International seminars and workshops and participated in many Art Camps. Her recent works are heavily influenced by 21st-century philosophy, particularly the relationship between society, art, and philosophy. Krishna’s post-research and writings focus on contemporary art with a particular interest in bringing contemporary time into more meaningful conversation and understanding.
She has written three books – “New Art Trends”, “Indian Installation Art” and “Western Installation Art” and Published Many Articles, Research Papers in Prestigious Art Journals and Magazines.