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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: 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.
Tejubehan: I saw a girl riding a bicycle, and drew a whole group of girls, all of them on the way somewhere.
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.
Folk singer and self-taught artist draws her incredible journey from rural poverty to a life in art.