The present publication features works by Subodh Gupta created during the period 1996-2005. 'Subodh Gupta's recent works portray objects and images of indecisive moments and cultural fluctuations. During the past decade, his art has employed certain cliched emblems of India: the cow, stainless steel kitchen articles, the scooter, cow dung cakes, his own persona as a man from a village in Bihar. All along, Gupta's purpose was two-fold-to both edify such emblems and to critique them.' - extracted from Peter Nagy's essay 'Transitory Indecisions and Fluctuating Monuments. Artist biography and bibliography are provided.
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