Father, Son and Holy War (Video still)

This image captures a video still from a film by Anand Patwardhan. It was shown in the exhibition 'Bombay/Mumbai 1992-2001' co-curated by Geeta Kapur and Ashish Rajadhyaksha as part of 'Century City: Art and Culture in the Modern Metropolis' at Tate Modern, London, 2001.

Regarding the exhibition, the curators write:
'Bombay/Mumbai 1992-2001 presents the embattled visual culture of India’s leading metropolis. Committed to the cultural dynamic of secularism, we have positioned artworks, photography, video, film, and architecture as signs in the city's persistent desire to transform.'

'Century City' explored the relationship between the metropolis and the creation of art. It focused on the various twentieth-century art centres in the world, such as Paris, New York, Vienna, Moscow, London, Bombay/Mumbai, Lagos, Rio de Janeiro, and Tokyo. Curators included Okwui Enwezor, Olu Obuibe, Emma Dexter, Lutz Becker, Geeta Kapur, Ashish Rajadhyaksha, Donna De Salvo, Serge Fauchereau, Paulo Venancio Filho, Reiko Tomii, Richard Calvocoressi, and Keith Hartley.

Access level

Online

Language

English

Publication/Creation date

1995

Medium

Video from original 16mm film

Dimension

Approx. 120 minutes, edited version 60 minutes

Content type

artwork documentation

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Father, Son and Holy War (Video Still), Pitru Putra Dharamyudh

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