On the heels of his â€œNatural History Museum Part 1â€ show at the Corey Helford Gallery, Carlos Ramos is putting on his second show titled â€œIndia.â€
The works in Carlos Ramos' â€œIndiaâ€ pay tribute to the South Asian culture while depicting it in almost a Disney-like fashion with bold colors and sweet images.
Carlos Ramos' â€œIndiaâ€ is a solo exhibition of new works opening on August 15th and running until September 3rd.
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