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“The Singh Twins’ art is a public declaration of their beliefs. Their work is a kaleidoscope of culture and tradition, political statement and changing times. It is a candid snapshot of the materialism of this age. It is a tribute to the past yet a celebration of a new reality.” http://www.singhtwins.co.uk/GALLERY_Main-page.html
"One of the most arresting aspects of the artists is that they have always operated as a single-identity artist-duo, the Singh Twins, which could draw comparisons with Gilbert & George. They call themselves "twindividuals" (questionable wordplay abounds in their work: their painting for the Museum of London is titled enTWINed; they refer to their style of art as 'past modern') and dress alike, down to matching earrings, bangles and accoutrement. 'If you want us to be different, we're actually going to be the same,' says Rabindra. Some paintings are collaboratively painted, some entirely by Amrit and some by Rabindra, but the credit is always shared. The twins encourage galleries to refer to them as one. Email correspondents are politely requested to address them simply as 'twins'." http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2010/nov/18/singh-sisters-artists-identity