This article reviews an exhibition of contemporary Indian art at Initial Access gallery in Wolverhampton, UK that took place from March 2008 to July 2008. Most of the art displayed has a political message, but the author criticizes its lack of innovation in comparison to Chinese art of the 1990s.
Access level

Onsite

practitioner

Frank COHEN

Location code CLP.08.03.22
Language

English

Keywords

political art

Publication/Creation date

22 – 23 Mar 2008

Source of publication

Financial Times, 22 – 23 Mar 2008, Section Life & Arts, p. 8

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1

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