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Modernism, postcolonialism and Indian art

— September 2015

Article read level: Academic

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K.G. Subramanyan, Alligator, ca. 1960s, wood and leather. Collection of the Faculty of Fine Arts, The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda (artwork © the artist; image © Sonal Khullar)

What has modernism meant in India?

Worldly Affiliations: Artistic Practice, National Identity and Modernism in India 1930 – 1990 by Sonal Khullar


Sonal Khullar’s Worldly Affiliations, Artistic Practice, National Identity and Modernism in India 1930 – 1990 is an invaluable and deeply researched account of four major artists in India, in the context of their personal exploration of both theory and practice. The book examines the relationship of modernism and Indian culture. Khullar argues that modernism in India...

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