Restaurant Art Soho Zone
Soho’s earth walls have been painted enchantingly by tribal artists from Warli from the state of Maharashtra in western India. These paintings are mainly created on mud walls of tribal houses. They depict social life – images of human beings and animals, along with scenes from daily life in a loose rhythmic pattern.
The Soho Zone walls are covered in mud adobe khaki-coloured plaster to ensure authenticity. The two Indian tribal village artists before coming to London had only decorated the mud walls of Warli. They travelled to London especially to do the project. They have depicted the history of their tribe, village life and impressions of their travel to and in London with wit, simplicity, and feeling using white paint meticulously applied with bamboo sticks. The effect is enchanting.
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