Hanna is a visual artist, writer and cinematographer based in Warsaw | Kyiv. “In my works I try to reconsider «being alive» through the fact of the necessity of death and through the courage to overcome an inner fear. This surreal story revolves around the dreams and realities of a young girl who strays into her own illusions.”
Arafat is an artist from Kashmir, based in Delhi, India. He captures fine art portraits. His work is characterized by a strong sense of symbolism aiming to create a constant illusion through the pictures to make the viewer question the reality. His work is a form of expression of his inner mind.
Sameera is an Indian artist exploring possibilities of the canvas and paper through a figurative-abstract approach, an expression of mediums and textures with vibrancy and boldness. Off-balance - Child’s play is the reflection of innocent happiness to explore the fast running chaotic world around and growing through the chaos is the reality.
Varshika is from Chennai and which has been, directly or indirectly, the home for her thoughts and inspiration for a lot of her artworks. “This particular work was for college, and I had chosen to portray some of the Navarasas or the nine emotions that I had experienced throughout this year, through a combination of embroidery and photography.”
Rajdeep is a 21-year old independent photographer based in Delhi, India. Currently working as a graphic designer at a creative agency, he wants to work across mediums and artforms. He believes that human emotions and struggles captured in tangible mediums is one of the strongest catalysts in bringing global change.
Khushboo is a visual artist born and raised in Rourkela, Odisha. Khushboo's work revolves around the personal history and female hysteria. This image is a part of an ongoing series that explores feminine energy and my aim here is to challenge the taboo that comes associated with the female body.
“I try to observe the minute details, the abnormal beauty and the extra ordinance in the most ordinary things of daily life. My compositions are instinctively simple and consist of subtle feelings. I feel like pausing the passing time, and containing that frozen moment, in the space of my work, forever.”
This picture is an ode to a rather introspective week I've had and the feelings I went through. Inspired by The1975's song Medicine, the idea was to showcase a frail state of mind that dabbles between resignment and hope.
“I am a figurative painter moving and living between Pune and Barcelona. I turned towards painting full time after graduating in Economics in India. I moved to Los Angeles to study classical drawing and painting and continued further studies of Figurative Art in Barcelona.”
Pavneet Singh is a photographer and designer currently based in New Delhi, India.