Blending Worlds: Pothik Chatterjee on Art & Identity

Join us for a deep conversation with Baltimore-based abstract artist Pothik Chatterjee. We discuss his blend of South Asian-American culture, spirituality, and LGBTQ identity. Learn how a multicultural upbringing and key mentors transformed his art from a hobby into a life's calling. Currently displayed at Maison 10 Gallery in NYC.

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Creators and Guests

Rob Lee
Host
Rob Lee
The Truth In This Art is an interview series featuring artists, entrepreneurs and tastemakers in & around Baltimore.
Pothik Chatterjee
Guest
Pothik Chatterjee
Pothik Chatterjee is a Baltimore-based abstract artist celebrated for his fusion of South Asian-American culture, Hindu and Buddhist spirituality, and LGBTQ identity. Born in Kolkata and educated at Harvard, Pothik's global upbringing has fueled his unique approach to art.
Blending Worlds: Pothik Chatterjee on Art & Identity
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