Anamika is a young Indian contemporary artist from Noida a NCR city of Delhi the capital of India.

Anamika graduated from the faculty of the fine arts painting department from Mahatma Gandhi Chitrakoot Gramadaya University and obtained a master’s degree from the same university.

Anamika is pure contemporary artist, and her work was inspired by the social aspect where she pursued a master’s degree. The social behaviors, the cultural aspects which were free from today’s on-the-go cultural pattern, made her exhibit them on paper. As she moved to the pure urban habitats, she found the socio-cultural values at stake and found people and their generation full of anxiety, depression, and fast life culture. Her peculiar observation about society was the increasing concept of the “Single Child Culture” trend. Due to lack of time, people are not at all willing to have 2 children. Also, parenting multi-behavioral children is an issue for today’s depressed society and hence the single-child culture is flourishing. So she started a series of her artworks to express the issue and attract the attention of society towards Double Children Culture. This culture was clearly magnified in her thoughts right from where it originates – the womb. The medium of her art is watercolor and pen ink on paper. Initially, her journey to this was focused on fetuses inside a single woman’s womb but later the span automatically covered fetuses from wombs of different women representing different moods just like we have different colors.

Anamika participated in numbers of solo and group exhibitions and rewarded and recognized in most of them


As per Anamika

An artwork gets true manifestation when we play harmoniously with different colors; in the same way, the society should be able to parent 2 children of different moods as well. The need of today’s society is to think about Two Children Culture. Colors and ink here prove to be the most effective way to express her thoughts. Being a woman, she feels the fetus right at their initiations and she can imagine the togetherness of them hence she draws them two in a womb.

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