Mars has long mesmerised the humankind. The “red star” has been associated with something sinister and violent by ancient civilisations. Today while we look for answers, one thing is getting evident – once upon a time, there may have been water, there may have been life. While the fall of the earth is inevitable, humankind should not hasten it with developmental activities.
Debdut was born in 1977 in India.
In 2000 he graduated as a mechanical engineer. He has since worked in the field of Information Technology in several different countries. He moved to Singapore in 2008. He is currently both a Director in an IT company and an Indian artist based in Singapore.
Debdut has been an art enthusiast since his student life and taken part in various exhibitions in his home country. His artworks are marked by vibrant colour combinations and exciting harmony of figures and shapes. His latest canvasses are dedicated to an abstract interplay of colours and shapes, human values and compelling portraits.
Vibrant, eye-popping colour riot unifies Debdut’s wide-ranging artwork.
He combines concepts from Abstract Expressionism, and Pop art to create distinctive portraits exuding energy and playfulness. Debdut’s kaleidoscopic works feature lively colour, geometric shapes, and draws rich inspiration from a favourable view of femininity.
The prolific self-taught artist lives in Singapore and has participated in multiple group exhibitions globally.