Prachi Gothi is an abstract painter who makes large, energetic, process-oriented paintings exploring the intricately complex yet subtle human emotions in today's fast-paced day and age through the use of her vibrant yet restrained palette.
Born and raised in Mumbai, Gothi completed her MA Fine Art from Chelsea College of Art & Design, London in 2010 and since then, her work has featured in exhibitions across India, UK and Europe. She currently lives and works in London.
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Featured in The Curator's Salon Podcast hosted by Gita Joshi
Prachi Gothi is an Indian abstract painter based in London. In this episode of the podcast she talks about the difference in art school education she received in Mumbai and later in London.
Interviewed for Pando Magazine by Verity Babbs
Face filters: the new way to consume contemporary art
9.6 million people visited the Louvre in Paris in 2019. 95 million photos are uploaded to Instagram every day. Even when we do go into art galleries, we’re taking photographs.
Check out and interact with Prachi's face filter "ArTy ViBeS"
Featured in The Ministry Of Arts podcast hosted by Gary Mansfield
This week Gary Mansfield speaks to Prachi Gothi (@prachigothi)
Prachi completed her BA in Mumbai then moved to London to study at Chelsea for her Masters. She is an abstract artist that most definitely brought with her, the vibrancy of Mumbai, her paintings are often a ball of shapes and textures that explode with colour before you.