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Amisha Prakash

Art 201, 2021

Painting : acrylic 68 x 48 x 0.2 cm


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GALERIA AZUR • Madrid, Spain

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Dimensions cm inch
68 x 48 x 0.2 cm
Black wood cardboard
Artwork dimensions including frame
70 x 50 x 1 cm
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Amisha Prakash

Amisha Prakash

India • Born in: 2000


Indian artists

Action painting has been a great stress release therapy for me in the past and hence I organised the project “ART" which was carried out by painting with our bodies while listening to a piece of music that had extreme changes in tempo as well as styles to allow us to paint what we heard and felt. 

The result was perfectly imperfect splashes, strokes and muddy blobs of paint on canvases. This project is an homage to my past self and an attempt to share my love for art with my fellow artists.

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