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Matter and Spirit

by  S A Krishnan

Whatever the achievement of Indian contemporary art, particularly in the post-independence period, there is body of work of which we might reasonably feel satisfied. It is generally admitted that this achievement squarely rests on norms, whose aesthetic must of necessity be considered in terms of the

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A brief survey of the post-independent era

by  S A Krishnan

To anyone who has the privilege of watching the course of contemporary Indian art over the last decade and a half, the general perspective today may at first appear to be the result of a complete transformation. But if one were to sit back in tranquillity and go over its vicissitudes, its significant

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Figurative and Abstract Art - a Symposium

by  S A Krishnan

The pace which characterises the advance of non-objective art, even in India, during recent years, has been astounding. What is significant - perhaps alarming, to those who cannot shake off convention easily, is that this cult of non-objective art appears to have caught the imagination of some of our

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