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Articulations: Voices from Contemporary Indian Visual Art

Aditi De (Author)
Synopsis This book offers select face to face encounters with imaginative minds of 20 century Indian visual art. Culled from the author's 25 years as a cultural journalist, these voices from painting, sculpture, design, photography and cartooning--seek to demystify the creative persona by emphasizing the human dimension. These free ranging interviews, each a vignette of its time, capture the diversity of the Indian visual context without representing any particular movement or school of thought. Between these covers, art comes to life in vivid shades through its articulate creators. Meet R.K. Laxman as a painter of crows. Discover M.F. Hussain in focus as a photographer. Share K.K. Hebbar's outspoken views in his last interview. Steep yourself in the lyricism of Nilima Sheikh's paintings. And debate feminist viewpoints with Rekha Rodwittiya. Through these interviews and many more that have weathered the test of time, you will find yourself in the thick of the pulsing Indian art scene today.
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About the author

Aditi De

Born in Calcutta in 1954, Aditi De is currently a Bangalore-based freelance writer and editor. Cultural journalism has been her forte since her stints at Indian Express, Chennai, and Deccan Herald, Bangalore. Her passions in life include travel, interacting with creative people engaged in the arts, crafts and textiles, and sharing special time with children.

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Bibliographic information

Title Articulations: Voices from Contemporary Indian Visual Art
Author Aditi De
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2004
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Rupa & Co.
Language: English
isbn 8171677487
length 319p., Plates; Illustrations; 24cm.