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2016

Acrylic on canvas

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Dimensions: 91.44cm (H) x 106.68cm (W) / 36" (H) x 42" (W)

Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.

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The very concept of LOVE as the basis of SOCIETY is lost. ECONOMY and POLITICS rule SOCIETY. Life is projected through such a society where business and commerce rule every aspect of our daily life. Political power decides the basis of elevation of the masses.

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Artist Profile

Born: 1983

Hometown: Kolkata

Based in: Kolkata

Abhijit is an Indian Pop Art artist from Kolkata. He was born and raised in north Kolkata that was the capital of British India andknown for its colonial architecture. He hails from a family of artists and grew up observing the works of his father, grandfather and uncles.
He draws inspiration from the urban landscapes of Kolkata with its narrow streets inundated by rickshawsand trams,arrays of temples, mosques and churcheslining the city and the scenic views of the Howrah Bridge over the Hooghly River. The fine works of the artisans of Kumortuly, the traditional potters’ quarter in North Kolkata renowned for making clay idols for various festivals,also fascinates him.
During his lifetime, he has seen the magnificent buildings of the British era become dilapidated and eventually being replaced by the new. The shift was alsoevidentin the lifestyle of people. It was apparent that he was growing up in a period of transition and this shaped his thought process andeventually became the subject of his works. Occasionally, Abhijit has paintedIndian mythological gods and goddessas well uncovering the cultural influence the city of Kolkata has had on him.


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