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Raised in a remote village, Sahid's paintings carry simplicity despite the strong sentiments they address. His experiences and observations find way onto his canvas in a visual language derived from objects of daily use and living entities, all molded into his original style. Art is often a vehicle of thought and Sahid's canvasses that narrate the struggles and inadequacies of society mingle with the space and its inhabitants to provoke these processes.
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