Brothers by blood, Mayur and Tushar work together as a collective. They have been a part of many projects internationally and graduated from the University of Mumbai.
In 2017, they had a residency with the Mithila Museum, Japan followed by a project at the Aomori Museum of Art, Japan. In Europe, they were a part of an exhibition at Manoir de la Ville de Martingy, Switzerland and Espace d’art, Normandie, Galerie Herve Perdriolle, Paris and Modesti Perdriolle Gallery, Brussels.
In 2019, they participated at the Setouchi Triennale. In 2022, they were part of The Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT) at the Queensland Art Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA), Australia. Their artworks feature in important collections in India and overseas. Recently, their artworks were acquired by the Art Institute of Chicago and QAGOMA.
Vayeda Brothers received the Ojas Art Award 2019 for excellence in Warli Art. They have a number of public art projects to their credit in Hong Kong, Kagawa Island, Japan, Lodhi Art District, New Delhi and Sassoon Dock, Mumbai. They have authored two books with Tara Books.