TABLE MANNERS

Radhika Gupta and DADA Daily are proud to support LifeWay Network, which envisions a world in which human trafficking is abolished and every survivor is strong, connected and free. 100% of the net proceeds of this artwork will go directly towards LifeWay Network’s Safe Housing Program, which supports women survivors of human trafficking as they move from crisis to recovery.
Learn more at: www.LifeWayNetwork.org

The piece satirically entitled 'Table Manners' reflects on parallel issues of gay and ethnic rights. In the painting, two racially diverse stylized women sit at a table, gazing directly at the viewer seemingly uninhibited and free. The substance of the painting is in the detail; here the focus is on their delicately clasped hands underneath the table suggesting their romantic liaison. The woman on the right holds a parchment with ‘Justice and Respect’ scrolled on it and the lettering can be seen on her dress, while on the ground, there is an apple with a bite taken symbolizing lust and knowledge.

Size: 60" x 72" 
Medium: Gouache and Oil Stick on Canvas
Year: 2020
Starting Price: $8,000.00 (shipping cost not included)

Message from the Artist:
This year has been a test for everyone’s mental health. For me, the painting is a part of my healing process; I wanted to create something for DADA Daily which will bring hope and joy and celebrate life. This piece is a reminder to each and every one of us to continuously strive for a world that is more just, inclusive, and equitable ... but completed with more than a splash of decadence and style.   

Learn more about Radhika Gupta here.

 

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