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Revati Sharma Singh

Revati Sharma Singh is an interdisciplinary artist, working between London and India for the last 23 years and her quest has always been about the great divide between hunger and abundance around the world. Using clay, handmade sterling silver, gold, cast metal, tapestry, embroidery, pigment and paints. Grains have become central to her work and fractal like repetitive compositions are the basis of her artistic and spiritual practice. Central to Singh’s work, be it her abstract paintings or installations, is an exploration of the nature of human society, and the ways in which people interact with each other. This awareness came in part with the trips she would make as a child from her home in Mumbai to the family’s ancestral home in rural Himachal Pradesh, in north India. The stark difference between the bustling streets of Mumbai and the serene villages of the region had a strong effect on her, and a comparison between with the chaos of Indian cities and the house and its surrounding hills, soon became the topic of much of her earlier work featuring abstract landscapes. Born in Himachal Pradesh, Singh graduated from College of Art, New Delhi (1996). A regular contributor to the LAPADA Fair, Saatchi’s Start Art Fair, the Affordable Art Fair, London and Singapore, Masterpieces Art Fair, London, Art Monaco and the Venice Biennale where she has been invited to take part twice. Today much of the artist’s work carries a very strong social message.


Fragments of Home
Ceramic, pigment and acrylic on canvas 11" x 8" Each
A seed yesterday, a flower today, I return to the earth tomorrow
Gauche and acrylic on canvas 39.5" x 39.5"
Constant Unfolding
Gauche and acrylic on canvas 39.5" x 39.5"
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