Catalogue of solo exhibition by Kanchan Chunder at Delhi Art Gallery in 2006. The exhibition has been structured as a mini retrospective that will reveal to the viewers the evolution of the artist and her inimitable style. From an accomplished printmaker, Kanchan, at some point of time, emerged as a sensitive painter who expresses herself in full-blooded colours on large canvases. Her creations, with a liberal use of objects like buttons, coins, keys and locks, reflect some of the disturbing experiences of women in a patriarchal society while at the same time describe her journey both as a woman and as an artist. Artist biography and excerpts from reviews are provided in the catalogue.
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English

Publication/Creation date

2006

ISBN / ISSN

8190210467

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1

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artist monograph, 

catalogue

Chapter headings
Strategies of Self-Resurrection

- Roobina KARODE

Echoes of 'The Scream'

- Michael LUDGROVE

Immersed in Surface Tensions

- Mary-Ann MILFORD-LUTZKER

Reclaiming the Body of Desire

- Geeti SEN

Karol-Bagh to Tascott

- Helen GEIER

Kanchan: The Story So Far, Works from Three Decades 1976-2006
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Kanchan: The Story So Far, Works from Three Decades 1976-2006