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Jasmine Baksh (b. 1995 in Richmond Hill, Queens) is an Indo-Caribbean conceptual artist. Jasmine’s upbringing has shaped her work into autobiographical and confessional art. Her sculptures highlight themes such as domestic violence, hidden emotions and unstable households. She plays with visual puns to get her point across to her viewers in a simple, yet evocative manner. Baksh holds a BFA from the School of Visual Arts in New York City. 

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