feature: the “careless” expressionism of illustrator kiranjeet kaur

January 20, 2015

Check out the work of British artist Kiranjeet Kaur. A celebration of Indian and Afro-Caribbean culture (and its soundtracks), Kaur’s work reflects a voice that is not only distinct but unapologetically – in her words, a voice that is both “carless” and “imperfect”. Inspired by the neo-expressionists and Fauvism art movement, Kaur has no desire for the representational or reality. Explore her work, below.

By Alexander Aplerku, AFROPUNK Contributor