Indian Contemporary Art: Post Independence

Contributor(s): Datta, Ella [Contributor] | Datta, Santo [Contributor] | Kumar, Yvette [Editor]Material type: TextTextPublication details: Vadehra Art Gallery 2009Description: 201p. 25.32 x 3.4 x 34.49 cmISBN: 978-8187737001Subject(s): Artists | Contemporary Indian Art | Indian Artists | Visual artDDC classification: ARTV
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This is a superbly illustrated and highly informed study of the major artists and schools in the emergence of Indian contemporary art. It offers dedicated mailing and e-mail campaign to targeted art related media & organisations. This superbly illustrated volume brings together a collection of essays that explore the unique and fascinating history of Indian art post independence (1947). Featuring detailed and informative biographical profiles of more than 100 major contemporary Indian artists - set in the context of their artistic evolution - and an extensive account of the leading schools of artistic expression and movements that have influenced Indian art over the last five decades, this is a must-have volume for anyone interested in this increasingly popular and significant area of modern art.

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