A relatively comprehensive volume on the post-independence art movement in India; this book is an attempt to trace the development of contemporary art in India by tracing the most influential artists working from the time of the partition, up to the present day. Comprises of five essays by different writers and a profile of each artist.
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Onsite

Location code REFL.VAG
Language

English

Publication/Creation date

2000

No of pages

315

ISBN / ISSN

8773712000

No of copies

2

Chapter headings
From Realism to Supra-Realism

- Yashodhara DALMIA

Search for a Self Image

- Ella DUTTA

Fertile Crossroad: Art in Baroda

- Chaitanya SAMBRANI

Stylised Indianness to Raw Immediacy

- Marta JAKIMOWICZ-KARLE

Changing Art Scene: New Delhi 1947-97

- Santo DATTA

Indian Contemporary Art Post Independence
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Indian Contemporary Art Post Independence

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