The Artist Interventionist: Tushar Joag (1966-2018)

by  Critical Collective

Eminent Indian artist Tushar Joag’s sudden demise on the morning of December 18, has cut short a passionate and committed artistic career. Joag started his career in the 1990s and had come to be regarded as an important contemporary artist, both in India and internationally. Joag had been teaching as

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Strategies of survival in the age of surrender

by  Geeta Kapur

Geeta Kapur dwells on some of the key tactics employed by artists to enable political interventions as she examines Tushar Joag’s multi-registerial projects, performances and drawings.

With no prefatory defense for relation aesthetics with politics, I propose in shorthand three

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Tushar Joag: Willing Suspension

by  Chaitanya Sambrani

... a semblance of truth sufficient to procure for these shadows of imagination that willing suspension of disbelief for the moment, which constitutes poetic faith.

- Samuel Taylor Coleridge

Telling Lies

Willing Suspension, the title of Tushar Joag’s first solo exhibition,

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