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SHYAMAL BODANI

A MEDITATIVE INTROSPECTION

“It was only five years ago when I started visiting galleries and shows, and I got into it hard. It’s like an addiction. It’s a solo hobby and I like to keep it that way. I hate going for art fairs with people because then you have to explain to them what things are, and I just hate doing that. On the contrary, it’s one of those situations where you are encouraged to not have conversations. It’s more of a meditative introspective sort of

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