This issue of Lalit Kala Contemporary combines No. 7 and 8 of the Journal and is brought out as a Special Edition on the occasion of the First Tirennale-India organised by the Lalit Kala Akademi (National Academy of Art) in New Delhi, India. This issue also includes a section titled 'Art Chronicle', with contributers (Charles Fabri, Badri Narayan, Jagdish Mittal, Mohim Roodro and M.V. Devan) from various cities in India.
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The Artist as Hero - Mulk Raj ANAND
Modern and Contemporary Painting in the United States - Helen-Lee JONES
Two Letters - G.Di SAN LAZZARO
Indian Art Since Independence - Figurative to Abstract and Beyond - Jaya APPASAMY
Art is One - Jaya APPASAMY, Louise JANIN
Figurative and Abstract Art - A Symposium - S.A. KRISHNAN
Pictorial Movement by Pictorial Order - Margit STABER
The Experimentalists from the Netherlands - Bert SCHIERBEEK
Canadian Art and Artists - Clare BICE
Autonomy Achieved - Dolf WELLING
Two Poems - I. Rice PEREIRA
Developments in the Arts - Herbert READ
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Lalit Kala Contemporary 7 & 8: First Triennale-India 1968