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Roving hyenas, shrieking peacocks, buzzing insects and stolen bicycles…could it all be true?
Artist draws her incredible journey from rural poverty to a life in art. Now in riso.
Tejubehan: There are always two women in my cars. One drives and the other looks out of the window.
Tejubehan: As a child, I was fascinated by the big graceful birds that moved silently through the sky.
Tejubehan: The houses we build for ourselves in the city are not made of mud or brick…
Tejubehan: Our Goddess is armed and rides a tiger, and we all pray to her. She’s both fierce and kind.
Tejubehan: I saw a girl riding a bicycle, and drew a whole group of girls, all of them on the way somewhere.
Tejubehan: My women are never content to sit still. They float down from the sky, wondering where to go next.
Tejubehan: I wait for a train to stop, then I walk up and whisper: take me to the city.
Folk singer and self-taught artist draws her incredible journey from rural poverty to a life in art.