Artists' Village

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Namrata Toraskar
in Image Gallery
M.D. Muthukumaraswamy
C. Douglas: Bibliography   Books Anon. Ninth Triennale India. 1997. New Delhi: Lalit Kala Akademi.   Broota, Shobha, Roobina Karode, Anuradha Pathak and Delhi Art Gallery (eds.). 2008. Frame, Figure, Field: Delhi Art Gallery Collection. New Delhi: Delhi Art Gallery.   Foye, Raymond (ed.). 2000. …
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Vishwas Gupta: I moved into Artists’ Village in 2000 as a permanent resident, but I owned a house from the allotment date, that is, 1987. My father was an artist, so it was allotted in his name. We used to frequently come on weekends and stay over here. But I formally moved in in 2000 after I…
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Rohan Shivkumar
Charles Correa (1930–2015) was one of the most important architects of post-Independence India. Born on the 1st September 1930 in Secunderabad, India, he studied in St Xavier’s College in Mumbai before doing his Bachelors in Architecture at the University of Michigan. Following this, he completed…
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