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Nalini Malani

Nalini Malani’s work is influenced by her experiences as a refugee of the Partition of India. She places inherited iconographies and cherished cultural stereotypes under pressure. Her point of view is unwaveringly urban and internationalist, and unsparing ...

Parul Dave-Mukherji

Professor Parul Dave-Mukherji is currently the dean at the School of Arts and Aesthetics, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. She holds a PhD in Indology from Oxford University. She is the co-convener of the Forum ...

Looking Laterally: N. Pushpamala and the Paris-Mumbai-Bangkok Connections

Parul Dave-Mukherji Contemporary Indian art is no longer marked by the cultural politics of the national modern. With easy travel facilitated by globalization and the networking of artist residencies, artists explore new geographies and seek ...

Karin Zitzewitz

Karin Zitzewitz is Assistant Professor of Art History and Visual Culture at Michigan State University. Her book, The Art of Secularism: The Cultural Politics of Modernist Art in Contemporary India will be published by Hurst ...

Navjot

Readings of Marxist philosophy and feminism made Navjot conscious of the way political analysis could offer important insights into art practice and led her to reach out through interaction and alternative modes of practice, a quest that ...

Nalini Malani: At Home in the World

Susan Bean The experience of women – real, mythological, and fictitious – is at the heart of Nalini Malani’s art practice. From her early work in oil and watercolor to her incorporation of video and ...

Mary-Ann Milford-Lutzker

Mary-Ann Milford-Lutzker, Professor of Asian Art History, holds the Carver Chair in East Asian Studies, and is Chair of the Department of Art and Art History at Mills College. She received her Ph.D. from the ...

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