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Yash has always been fond of romanticizing the idea of Falling in love, in his latest style of paintings he takes it a step further as he moves closer to his muse’s misgivings. “Love can be expressed in so many ways, yet sexualizing it is the most literal form of expression”, comments Yash when asked about the inspiration behind his latest series. “I have tried to capture the love shared between the two of us in the form of the different poses that we make. These soft motions then translate to abstraction, as the distances between us reduce” he adds.
In this work, we see the forms slightly more distinctively and can only be gauged as a beginning point of the relationship, nicknamed: the honeymoon phase. Of course, it goes without saying as time progresses and the strength of their relationship, Yash is to surprise us what story unfolds.
A literal translation of emotions, this work stands independent of every previous work and is the narration of a story being told as it unveils itself over time.