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Bloody Boats – 16 February 2016

#‎bloodyboats‬ by Akshata Naik, an art exhibition at Artcore gallery, Derby UK was covered by Indian Express and Sandesh, a regional newspaper of Vadodara this week. they both appreciated and brought to notice of people in Vadodara about the artists thoughts on Syrian civil war, migrant issues. The show continues till 26th of February 2016.

Bloody Boats – 12 February 2016

A ‘SHOUT’ of thanks to all the artists that came to Artcore for the’ ‪#‎showshoutandsell‬ initial meeting last week. Professional Artists, Art Students and Craft Workers came from Birmingham and Nottingham as well as the surrounding area to have a tour of the building, to see the exhibition Gallery and the space that will house

Bloody Boats – 5th February 2016

It was wonderful to have had visitors from Upbeat Community in Derby for the show ‪#‎bloodyboats‬. A group of fifteen women visited the show, they all are migrated to UK from around the world. They felt really inspired and touched when they read about the show in newspapers and social media and heard about the

Bloody Boats – 18 January 2016

Artcore presents BLOODY BOATS by Akshata Naik @ Artcore Gallery, 26th January 2016, 5:30 to 7:00 PM. We invite all to be a part of the inauguration and solo exhibition of artist Akshata Naik from India who unveils her new series of work through “Bloody Boats”. Through her work, the artist portrays the migration issues
Born in 1990, Akshata Naik is a Vadodara based artist, though she was raised in the city of Mumbai. She holds a undergraduate and master’s degree with two gold medals in painting from the Faculty of Fine Arts, Maharaja Sayajirao University of Vadodara (2014) Akshata’s solo show includes her debut ‘A Piece of Peace’ by