'As boundaries slowly dissolve and interactive realities become evident, the cultures of India and Pakistan are beginning to draw attention. Recent exchanges have taken place in the realm of music, cinema, and other cultural forms. Moreover, both nations share a heritage of Mughal miniatures, Rajasthani and Pahari art, and are bound together by history and the problematics of the present. The contemporary art of the two countries, in all its vitality, today has a fascinating new identity. This richly illustrated book reveals the heterogenous, complex, and vibrant life of the subcontinent of South Asia that is reflected through both Pakistani and Indian art.' - excerpt from front flap

Salima Hashmi and Yashodhara Dalmia trace the historical development of art in Pakistan and India respectively, discuss the work of women artists and influential artist groups, ending with an overview of the hybrid styles of young artists, which are at once international and local. Edited and with an introduction by Yashodara Dalmia.

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A. R. NAGORI

A. RAMACHANDRAN

Abdur Rahman CHUGHTAI

Adeela SULEMAN

Aisha KHALID

Akbar PADAMSEE

Amrita SHER-GIL

Anita DUBE

Anju DODIYA

Anna MOLKA AHMED

Anwar Jalal SHEMZA

Anwar SAEED

Arpana CAUR

Arpita SINGH

Asma MUNDRAWALA

Atul DODIYA

Ayesha DURRANI

Bani ABIDI

Bhupen KHAKHAR

Dayanita SINGH

Durriya KAZI

DURRIYA KAZI

Esther RAHIM

Francis Newton SOUZA

Gulammohammed SHEIKH

Hasnat MEHMOOD

Huma MULJI

Imran QURESHI

Iqbal GEOFFREY

Jaishri ABICHANDANI

Jamini ROY

Jitish KALLAT

Jogen CHOWDHURY

K.G. SUBRAMANYAN

K.H. ARA

Khadim ALI

Krishen KHANNA

Laila RAHMAN

Lala RUKH

Lubna AGHA

Masooma SYED

Mehr AFEROZ

Mehreen ZUBERI

M.F. HUSAIN

Mrinalini MUKHERJEE

Muhammed ZEESHAN

Naazish ATAULLAH

Nahid RAZA

Naiza H. KHAN

Nalini MALANI

Nataraj SHARMA

Nilima SHEIKH

Nilofar AKMUT

Nusra Latif QURESHI

Pushpamala N.

Quddus MIRZA

Qudsia NISAR

Ram KUMAR

Rameshwar BROOTA

Rashid RANA

Ravi VARMA

Ravinder G. REDDY

Riffat ALVI

Risham Hosain SYED

Risham SYED

Riyas KOMU

Ruby CHISHTI

Sabina GILLANI

Sadequain

Saira SHEIKH

Saira WASEEM

Samina MANSURI

S.H. RAZA

Shahid SAJJAD

Shahzia SIKANDER

Shakir ALI

Shehrbano QIZILBASH

S.K. BAKRE

Sudhir PATWARDHAN

Sumaira TAZEEN

Summaya DURRANI

Surendran NAIR

Talha RATHORE

Tasadduq SUHAIL

Tazeen QAYYUM

T.V. SANTHOSH

Tyeb MEHTA

V. S. GAITONDE

Vasudha THOZHUR

Wasim AHMED

Zahoorul AKHLAQUE

Zubeida AGHA

author

Salima HASHMI

Location code REF.DAY
Language

English

Publication/Creation date

2007

No of pages

239

ISBN / ISSN

0195673476

No of copies

1

Content type

monograph

Chapter headings
Pakistani Art

- Salima HASHMI

The Eye Still Seeks 1947-2005: An Overview
Subh-e-Sadiq
The Sign Within
Indian Art

- Yashodhara DALMIA

The Indian Canvas: A Hybrid Legacy
Modernist In(ter)ventions
Home/Nation
Out of Place: Appropriation of the Popular
Endless Terrain
Memory, Metaphor, Mutations: Contemporary Art of India and Pakistan
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Memory, Metaphor, Mutations: Contemporary Art of India and Pakistan

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