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With the goal to promote contemporary art and restoring the Indian ethos and culture, Arushi Arts isn't restricted to just selling and marketing the art. In fact, it has been able to bridge the gap between the people and the art of India with its unique strategies.
What do they do?
At Arushi Arts, art itself is treated as history, and the art pieces they sell tend to have a purpose as well. Those art pieces vary in a range of topics, which are current affairs, societal norms and views, and last but not least, environmental factors and their impacts. The goal behind staying restricted to it is to evolve themselves not only as a part of the marketing world but also as a medium to give new dimensions of perceiving the art.
About The Artist
Kalam Patua is a Kalighat painter who is working extensively to revive kali ghat art. He also promotes this art to the extent he can. He modernized a dying tradition by using cheaper wood prints and machine-printed images. His popularization of pata chitra gained much fame. His works are a part of the National Gallery of Modern Art in New Delhi, National Museums, Liverpool, and many other notable places. He has emerged as an international painter over the years. He also had a solid show in 2003 at Gallery Espace, New Delhi. His works are a part of many households and public offices across the globe.
Signature On Front
Water Colour Coffie Stained Paper
(11 x 16) inches
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