"[Harti] has spent his life observing and studying the diversity and history of cultures and lifestyles both from a religious, political and societal perspective."
As a qualified clinical & neuro psychologist from the University of Zurich, Harti’s life-long professional interests and learning have culminated in an electrifying and truth-telling collection of art expressed on vast canvasses that capture and question the sense & meaning of life, God & belief systems, consciousness vs nothingness, our insignificance in the Universe and quintessentially our lost self.
Influenced by his intercontinental heritage, professional career, politics and global cultural, has resulted in a body of unseen work that is 21st century ‘commentary’ pop-art. He calls his work #BrainFoodInColour. There is no doubt that Harti is a storyteller, a truthsayer, a deep-thinker. He has waited over 25 years to graphically convey his voice through his dramatic artistic commentaries and over the last two years, he has been making great waves within the art world with exhibitions at the Saatchi Gallery in London and Seoul, Korea.