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‘Street art is social equaliser, gives power back to individual’

DNDEL1653 | 1/11/2017 | Author : Chhavi Bhatia | WC :627 | Art & Culture

Graffiti artist Harsh Raman Singh Paul talks about how the artform is an excellent medium to put focus on social and economic issues
For years, the only colours visible on drab, lifeless buildings in Delhi were paan and pee stains. But thanks to up and coming graffiti artists, the concrete structures have gradually started turning into things of beauty.
One such do-gooder who can be credited with beautifying the buildings in the Capital is Harsh Raman Singh Paul, a self-confessed passionate storyteller, currently working as a designer and an artist. His works adorn locations such as Agrasen Ki Baoli, Lodhi Art District, and Shahpur Jat. In a candid tête-à-tête with DNA, Paul opens up about art and his inspirations.

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