About Christian Sarkar


My artistic pursuits began at the University of Houston in the 1980s where I took both a lithography and an etching class with Malinda Beeman.


I spent my formative years in New Delhi, India – before moving to the U.S. in 1980. Over the years I have lived in three continents.  I’m  involved with the following activist projects:

My work is best described as abstract activism –  an extension of my interest in social justice, sustainability, inclusivity, as well as revolutionary music, history and literature.  All art is political, especially when it is not. I’ve also been categorized as an altermodernist – which is alright by me.

I’m a founding member of the Art4Justice collective, an underground art group.

One thought on “About Christian Sarkar

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    I appreciate the vibrancy of your artwork – which has the seriousness of art-study and the joy of art-play! Thank you for the values which you express and invite us all to share.

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