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Pussy Grabs Back by Riya Chandiramani

$10,410.00

  • Medium:
    Acrylic on Paper
  • Size: 43 cm (W) X 61 cm (H)
  • The warrior-goddess Durga appears at the center of Pussy Grabs Back, riding atop the Kellogg’s male mascot Tony the Tiger. Durga’s roar is the tsunami, the lightning strike, and the earthquake. She combats society’s demons, when male ego takes control. Durga forces us to reject egocentricism, and to embrace our similarities. This oneness is the core message of Chandiramani’s work: we are all the same, and we are all connected.

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Pussy Grabs Back by Riya Chandiramani

$10,410.00

  • Medium:
    Acrylic on Paper
  • Size: 43 cm (W) X 61 cm (H)
  • The warrior-goddess Durga appears at the center of Pussy Grabs Back, riding atop the Kellogg’s male mascot Tony the Tiger. Durga’s roar is the tsunami, the lightning strike, and the earthquake. She combats society’s demons, when male ego takes control. Durga forces us to reject egocentricism, and to embrace our similarities. This oneness is the core message of Chandiramani’s work: we are all the same, and we are all connected.

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The warrior-goddess Durga appears at the center of Pussy Grabs Back, riding atop the Kellogg’s male mascot Tony the Tiger. Durga’s roar is the tsunami, the lightning strike, and the earthquake. She combats society’s demons, when male ego takes control. Durga forces us to reject egocentricism, and to embrace our similarities. This oneness is the core message of Chandiramani’s work: we are all the same, and we are all connected.

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Dimensions 43 × 61 cm

The warrior-goddess Durga appears at the center of Pussy Grabs Back, riding atop the Kellogg’s male mascot Tony the Tiger. Durga’s roar is the tsunami, the lightning strike, and the earthquake. She combats society’s demons, when male ego takes control. Durga forces us to reject egocentricism, and to embrace our similarities. This oneness is the core message of Chandiramani’s work: we are all the same, and we are all connected.

Additional information

Dimensions 43 × 61 cm