Tarini Sethi studied art at Pratt institute and went on to participate in several group shows in New York where her style developed. She has been working as a fine artist for the last few years and has participated in shows in India and around the world. In parallel, she has also been curating art shows for the last four years to give a platform to independent artists to showcase their work. She is the founder and curator of the Irregulars Art Fair; India's first anti art fair.
Through her art, she explores themes of human intimacy and tries to break the taboo of body-consciousness and sexuality. Her work constantly revolves around the idea of “Utopias” She draws inspiration from folk tales, architecture of cities and stories of kings and queens alongside twists and turns of modern day politics. Her work unveils identity while exploring sexuality within personal spaces, both architectural and cerebral.