Artist: Sid Katragadda
August 7, 2023 - October 16, 2023
"His art superimposes the physical with the metaphysical and the psychological, all intertwined together to tell a story or recall a memory. His paintings have three sides: Meaning, Social impact and Innovation. They are not strictly meant to decorate walls, but to decorate minds, each with a message. He believes that an artist's primary goal is to be a vehicle for social change. A hundred years from now, he wants his art to be a time capsule of society as it exists today".
Ana Catarina Bizarro, Chief Curator; Adèle Flamand Browne, Curatorial Apprentice
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VIRTUAL 3-D EXHIBITION
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Sid Katragadda (short for Siddharth Katragadda) is a San Diego based artist. He was born in India and moved to America in his early twenties. His art is an intriguing amalgam of the East and the West, touching upon topics such as Women's rights, Race, War, Guns, Immigration, Abortion, Colonialism, Climate change, Animal abuse and other humanitarian issues.
His paintings have been exhibited and collected worldwide. He has sold over a hundred paintings in a career spanning from 2008 to present, with collectors in America, India, Dubai, Australia and Singapore.