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 travelled/lived in the following countries: India, USA, Italy, Germany, France, Austria, Luxembourg, Switzerland, England, Scotland, Wales, and Romania. In the US I’ve lived in Texas, Colorado, California, Washington State and Florida. I’m involved with the following activist projects:
I’m a founding member of the Art4Justice collective.
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.