This book is a post-publication which documents the International Artists Workshop of KHOJ in 2001. Different from the last five years, the workshop this year took place in Mysore, the cultural capital of South India, instead of Modinagar. 21 artists from countries including Iran, Bangladesh, India, Cuba, Pakistan, China, Argentina, Thailand, Australia, Sri Lanka, France and Canada participated in the workshop. A public forum entitled '"Chaos or Congruence?": Towards a Dialogue on Asian/ South Asian Contemporary Art' was also held at the India International Centre Auditorium, New Delhi, on 18 November 2001.

Please note that only artists of Asian descent are listed below.
Access level

Onsite

editor

Pooja SOOD

Location code REF.KHOJ
Language

English

Publication/Creation date

2002

No of pages

120

No of copies

2

Content type

anthology

Chapter headings
What Kind of a South Asian Are You? - S Akbar ZAIDI
Public Forum: Chaos or Congruence? Towards a Dialogue on Asian/ South Asian Contemporary Art
Background Note - Sheba CHHACHHI
Asian Connections - Kumkum SANGARI
South Asian Dialogue - Gayatri SINHA
'We Sinful Woman' The Story of Pakistani Women Artists - Salima HASHMI
Bangladesh Art in Retrospect A Socio Political Overview - Abul MANSUR
The Moments of Impact:The Art of '90's Trend' in Sri Lanka - Jagath WEERASINGHE
Between a Political Society and a Consumer Society, the Intentions and Attitudes of Chinese Artists - YE Yongqing, 葉永青
Sites of Art: Other Sites, Other Locations Some Aspects of Visual Cultures in India - Gulammohammed SHEIKH
KHOJ 2001: International Artists' Workshop
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KHOJ 2001: International Artists' Workshop