- 1965-67 Exhb., Kala Bhavan, Hyderabad.
- 1973 Ansdell Gallery, London.
- 1974, 75 Figurative Indian Artists, Warsaw, Budapest,
Belgrade Goethe Institute, Munich.
- Exhb., Surya Gallerie, West Germany.
- 1975, 76 Griffei Kunst, Hamburg.
- 1977 Sao Paulo Biennale, Brazil.
- 1982 Contemporary Indian Painting, Festival of India
, Royal Academy of Art, London.
- 1983 India in Print, Koninklijk Institute Vorde,
- 1985-86 Festival of India, USA.
- 1986 Contemporary Art of India, The Herwitz Collection,
- 1987 Contemporary Indian Art, Festival of China,
- 1992 Journeys Within Landscape, Jehingir Art Gallery,
- 2003 Manifestations, organised by Delhi Art Gallery,
World Trade Center, Mumbai and Delhi Art Gallery,
- 2004 Manifestations II, organised by Delhi Art Gallery,
- Gallery, Mumbai and Delhi Art Gallery, New Delhi.
- 2005 Manifestations III, organised by Delhi Art
Gallery, Nehru Center, Mumbai and Lali
- Ebrahim Alkazi & Art Heritage, New Delhi.
- Masanori Fukuoka & Glenbarra Art Museum, Hemaji,
- The Philips Collection, Washington D.C.
- Salarlung Museum, Hyderabad.
- Glenbarra Museum, Japan.
- Devinder and Kanwaldeep Sawhney, Bombay.
- National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi.
- Delhi Art Gallery, New Delhi.
Laxma Gaud is a versatile printmaker and painter.
A master draughtsman, the artist has worked in a variety
of mediums - etching, gouache, pastel and grass paintings.
He interpreted childhood memories of rural and tribal
vivacity through a sophisticated urban grid in which
surreal, libidinal tones mingled with fantasy and poetry.
Incisiveness, hatched lines and a keen eye for detail
have been his particular forte. Naturally, pencil drawings
and graphic works became his chosen medium, the monochromatic
austerity being an individual statement.
Head & Teacher, Sarojini Naidu School of Performing
Art, Fine Art & Communication, University of Hyderabad.