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Iconography Now: Rewriting Art History?

Authors (s): Rajeev Dhavan (Author) , Geeta Kapur (Author) , Tapati Guha-Thakurta (Author) , R. Siva Kumar (Author) , Gayatri Sinha (Author) , Parul Dave Mukherjee (Author) , Monica Juneja (Author) , Naman P Ahuja (Author) , Akhil Sibal (Author)
Format: Softcover
ISBN-10: 8186219706
Pages: 134p., Notes; 24cm.
Pub. date: 01.01.2006, 1st ed.
Publisher: Safdar Hashmi Memorial Trust
Language (s): English
Bagchee ID: BB32588
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Overview for Iconography Now: Rewriting Art History?

This reader is being published by sahmat in conjunction with the symposium 'Iconography Now: Rewriting Art History?' The immediate provocation for both have been the most recent attacks on MF Husain, which started as an internet campaign in the US in October 2005. There is a sense of Deja vu here, as we have been down this road before. For most of us, who thought that the change in regime two years ago heralded the end of the carefully planned, communal assaults on the cultural arena-this has been a chilling wake-up call. These fresh attacks on the life-work of our most senior and widely beloved visual artist raise fundamental questions which we feel it is necessary to address.

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