Santhal Family: Positions Around An Indian Sculpture
This exhibition takes the 'Santhal Family' by Indian artist Ramkinkar Baij as the starting point. Deemed as the first major modernist public sculpture in India, 'Santhal Family' fuses the forms of modernism and temple/traditional sculpture. The exhibition explores the art historical significance of Santhal Family as well as the sculpture’s relationship to art and social change.
This publication is produced in conjunction with the titled exhibition. It features commissioned texts from critics and scholars and visual essays by artists. Brief biographical notes of the contributors included.
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