The fashionable Singh Twins

Disaster area: A detail of the center panel of the Singh Twins of Jallianwala, Retribution and Retribution.

British artists Amrit and Rabindra Singh, known collectively as the Singh Twins, have been on the verge of major success for decades. Although they have exhibited at prestigious institutions, including the National Portrait Gallery and the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool, near their hometown of Birkenhead, the (identical, female) twins remain old-fashioned outsiders in the art world. . As the duo, who like to be quoted with one voice, say of their work: “It’s decorative, it’s figurative, it’s narrative, it’s small-scale, and it comes from a point from a non-European point of view, all totally taboo. ”

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