A remix of classic indian artist Amrita Sher-Gil’s work on a portrait of an Indian women to reflect what it feels like being an Indian woman: seeing so much, saying so little to stay safe, always being consumed without consent and forever carrying empty destroyed rooms in my body.
Your daughter’s face is a small riot,
her hands are a civil war,
a refugee camp behind each ear,
a body littered with ugly things
doesn’t she wear
the world well.”
― Warsan Shire
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Giclee Print on ColdPress Matte (Textured) Fine Art Paper, 305 GSM
Available in 11×14, 12×16, 16×20, 24×30, 30×40″ & Original.
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