Autl Dodiya has marked a departure from photorealism and began to explore new art forms such as video-installation and assemblage in the course of the 1990s. The Indian artist also began to construct his work as allegories. His references range from comic strips and religious figures or stories, to movie poster and advertising billboard, and to his favourite paintings from the Indian, European and American traditions. As Ranjit Hoskote, curator of the exhibition, points out, 'The distinctions between classical and demotic, "fine art" and popular culture, are blurred in his richly hybrid work.'
This catalogue includes artist statement and biography, as well as essays about the art of Dodiya.
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Onsite

Location code MON.DOA
Language

English, 

Japanese

Publication/Creation date

2001

No of copies

1

Content type

artist monograph, 

catalogue

Chapter headings
Artist's Statement

- Atul DODIYA

LABYRINTH/LABORATORY: Manufacturing Bombay - Atul Dodiya-style

- Ranjit HOSKOTE

Atul Dodiya: Sincere Impurity

- Michio HAYASHI, 林道郎

From the Fragmented to the Plural: Atul Dodiya's Art

- Sitanshu YASHASCHANDRA

Asian Contemporary Artist Solo Exhibition Series II: Atul Dodiya - Bombay:Labyrinth/Laboratory
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Asian Contemporary Artist Solo Exhibition Series II: Atul Dodiya - Bombay:Labyrinth/Laboratory