Navyug Acharya Memorial Lecture 1: Models of Modern Art

Typed manuscript for a lecture titled 'Models of Modern Art' that artist K.G. Subramanyan delivered as part of the Navyug Acharya Memorial Lecture series held in Visva Bharati University, Santiniketan, in February 1990.

This was the first lecture in a series of five that Subramanyan had given that year. The series of Navyug Acharya Memorial Lectures was organised under the auspices of Calcutta University.

The text was subsequently published as an essay in K.G. Subramanyan's book The Creative Circuit by Seagull Books, Calcutta, in 1992.


Context

K.G. Subramanyan had delivered five lectures for the Navyug Acharya Memorial Lecture series held in Santiniketan in February 1990.

The sequence of lectures was as follows:
Lecture 1: 'Models of Modern Art'
Lecture 2: 'Eclecticism I'
Lecture 3: 'Eclecticism II'
Lecture 4: 'What is Wrong with Nostalgia?'
Lecture 5: 'Forms and Norms'

Digital copies of all the five lecture manuscripts are available with Asia Art Archive.

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Allocated

Alternative title

Models of Modern Art

Access level

Online

Language

English

Publication/Creation date

Circa 1989

Creation place

India

Content type

manuscript, 

artist writing, 

essay

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