It is a truism to observe that a cascade of big issues now dominates our lives and our consciousness as global citizens.
Bridging the divide between the street and the tweet, the artist Mukesh Shah paints a thousand pictures with his created slogans, proving the extent to which words are capable of conveying the dystopian reality of this age.
About the Author
Mukesh Shah is a multi-disciplinary visual artist who started his studio practice in 2010. He was based in London until 2013 when he moved to live and work in Dubai. He has an MA from the University of Cambridge.
Shah (b 1959, British Indian) was born in Aden (Yemen) when it was a British colony and part of the Aden Protectorate. His family emigrated to Bombay before the British left in 1967 and a Marxist-Leninist paramilitary group seized power to form the government of the new People’s Democratic Republic of Yemen.
About the Publisher
With an extensive network of contacts and decades of experience in the industry across the Middle East and Europe, Akkadia Press offers companies, cultural institutions and universities the chance to showcase their brands—and tell their story—in an innovative, upmarket and creative way.