Catalogue of exhibition held at Middlesbrough Art Gallery in Middlesbrough, United Kingdom, followed by a nationwide tour. The exhibition is a 'short but intense history of women artists at work in modern India' from the 1930s to the present. It features nine women artists, primarily painters, who use a variety of media to examine issues that affect contemporary art in India such as politics, the modern metropolis, myth, academicism, violence and female subjectivity.

Foreword by Alison Lloyd. With introduction by Geeta Kapur and notes on each artist's work by Kamala Kapoor and Sutapa Biswas. List of works and artist biographies are provided.

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Introduction: Inside Out: Women Artists of India - Geeta KAPUR

Navjot Altaf - Kamala KAPOOR

Arpana Caur - Sutapa BISWAS

Rummana Hussain - Kamala KAPOOR

Nalini Malani - Kamala KAPOOR

Madhvi Parekh - Kamala KAPOOR

Mona Rai - Kamala KAPOOR

Rekha Rodwittiya - Sutapa BISWAS

Gogi Saroj Pal - Sutapa BISWAS

Nilima Sheikh - Sutapa BISWAS

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This selection includes publications from key exhibitions of women artists that took place in Asia between the 1990s and 2010s. These titles were displayed at Asia Art Archive’s Art Basel in Hong Kong 2018 booth Women Make Art History.