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Shatadeep Maitra
Although Ramkinkar Baij chose life in interior Bengal over modern cities, he is undeniably one of the pioneers of contemporary Indian art. Baij is identified as a maverick who upended the norms of sculpturing in India. Here, and DAG explore his inspirations for sculpting and painting…
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Rajarshi Chunder
Rabindranath Tagore’s ideas about caste have received the least attention from historians. Even though Tagore’s oeuvre has been lauded mainly for its literary value, it may be said that in his writings he was definitely vocal about social and political issues, caste being one of them. Tagore…
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Divya Sutariya
Introduction Jyoti Bhatt was born on March 12, 1934, in Bhavnagar district of Gujarat. He completed a four-year diploma course in Painting in Graphic Arts in 1954 and a two-year postgraduate diploma course in Creative Painting in 1956 at the Faculty of Fine Arts, Maharaja Sayajirao University of…
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Divya Sutariya
Perspectives on the life and work of artist, printmaker and photographer Jyoti Bhatt
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