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Influenced by the Baroda Group, a progressive institution that wanted to distance itself from its colonial predecessors, Sosa Joseph’s painting that quietly depicts everyday life of people (especially women) in India attracts the viewers to stay gazing at the painting. Avoiding the self-assertion, his painting depicting women peacefully living together beyond religion with animals such as goats, donkeys and cats, fish and birds is calm and impresses the people living their lives full of fights and struggles.   

(Excerpted from Shodoshima Project of the 2016 Setouchi Triennale)

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