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Indian Artist Ritu Agarwal

Quadtych Subway -1

Quadtych Subway -1

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It will add a vibrant touch to any room! This stunning artwork is delivered as a rolled canvas, making it easy to transport and hang anywhere in the world. Hang this piece and lighten up your space!

Size: 11.8 x 11.8 in | 30 x 30 cm
Year: 2011, Medium: Acrylic on Canvas

About Artist
Ritu Agarwal is a contemporary multidisciplinary visual artist based in New Delhi, India. She finished her masters in fine arts in 2012. Since 2005 I have participated in several group shows in India and other countries, art camps and art workshops in New Delhi, and art symposium in 2019 at Mark Rothko art centre in Latvia.

Artist Statement
My work is associated with geometric abstraction, abstract illusionism and hard-edged painting. In very brief words my work is on “urban structures”. To me, life is fragmented and layered, a mosaic of experiences interwoven with reflection and intuition: the places we visit, the home or the architecture we live in, the countries we explore- each overlapping and influencing one another. My work has always been revolved around the idea of urbanization. Blending contemporary and classical approaches to painting and composition, I examine how human experience, place, and personal memory effect one’s perception of self.
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