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Other Places, Other Faces

Bangalore is now seen
 as the third major art centre in India along with New Delhi and Mumbai:
a city with scarcely an art market, or long history of professional modern art practice and few galleries. The Phantom Lady looks at the vibrant alternative art scene in the city...

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Art, Ideology and Galleries

Galleries are the places where a work of art is presented in a supposedly neutral context for aesthetic appreciation in tranquility.
In this ideal/idealistic definition what we fail to recognize is the ideological role of the galleries and
their premises that comes
to play a major role in the production of meanings, values and paradigms of monetary exchanges.

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I’ve Been Here…

In a country where art has been a part of life since earliest days of civilisation, professionally run art galleries came into existence post-independence.

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Dr. Sanjoy Kumar Mallik on Dr. Klaus Fischer’s Essay on The Calcutta Group

The Calcutta Group was an artist’s collective that came together in 1943. From the early phase of the modern in Indian art this collective was involved in negotiating the issue of identifying a visual language (mostly in formal/ stylistic terms) that would neither succumb to the art school brand academism nor the prevalent alternative of the so-called ‘Bengal School’ patterns.

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