This book, being an inquiry into the creative process, is based on interviews with five significant Indian artists: Meera Mukherjee, Jogen Chowdhury, Manjit Bawa, Arpita Singh and Ganesh Pyne. They articulate, through words and through images, their personal sensibility and a particular worldview. Through exploration and experiments, these artists have each arrived at a language of expression uniquely their own; and this language has contributed in some seminal sense to the development of contemporary art in India.
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Onsite

author

Geeti SEN

Location code REF.SEG
Language

English

Keyword

paintingsculptureIndia

Publication/Creation date

1996

No of pages

176

ISBN / ISSN

818582231X

No of copies

1

Content type

monograph

Chapter headings
Image: An Introduction
He Who Saw: Meera Mukherjee
Reminiscences of a Dream: Jogen Chowdhury
The Purple Piper: Manjit Bawa
Woman in Red: Arpita Singh
Encounter in the Twilight Zone: Ganesh Pyne
Imagintaion: In Retrospect
Image and Imagination: Five Contemporary Artists in India
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Image and Imagination: Five Contemporary Artists in India