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Sumathi Ramaswamy

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Sumathi Ramaswamy (Ed.)

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Item Description: Cambridge University Press/ Yoda Press, 2011. Softcover. Book Condition: New. This book is the first inter-disciplinary engagement with the work of Maqbool Fida Husain, arguably India?s most iconic contemporary artist today, whose life and work are intimately entangled with the career of independent India as a democratic, secular and multi-ethnic nation. For more than half a century, and across thousands of canvases, Husain has painted individuals and objects, events and incidents that offer an astonishing visual chronicle of India through the ages. The 13 articles in this volume - written by distinguished artists, curators, anthropologists, historians, art historians and critics, sociologists and scholars of post-colonial literature and religion - critically examine the artistic statement that Husain has presented on the self, community and nation through his oeuvre. It engages with the controversies that have erupted around and about Husain?s work, and situates them in debates around the freedom of the artist versus sentiments of the community, between ?virtue? and ?obscenity?, between an ?elite? of intellectuals and the ?common man?, and between a ?work of art? and a ?religious icon.? Correspondingly it considers how India has responded to Husain: with affection, admiration and adulation on the one hand, and hostility and rejection on the other. This book is more relevant than ever before in light of the debates that have arisen over Husain?s self-imposed exile for the last few years following a spate of violent attacks on his home and exhibitions in India, and his recent decision to forfeit his Indian citizenship. It will be of interest to those studying art history, sociology, anthropology, cultural studies, and politics, as well as to a wide spectrum of readers interested in contemporary issues of identity and nationhood. Printed Pages: 304. Bookseller Inventory # 34306

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Item Description: Cambridge University Press/ Yoda Press, 2011. Softcover. Book Condition: New. This book is the first inter-disciplinary engagement with the work of Maqbool Fida Husain, arguably India’s most iconic contemporary artist today, whose life and work are intimately entangled with the career of independent India as a democratic, secular and multi-ethnic nation. For more than half a century, and across thousands of canvases, Husain has painted individuals and objects, events and incidents that offer an astonishing visual chronicle of India through the ages. The 13 articles in this volume - written by distinguished artists, curators, anthropologists, historians, art historians and critics, sociologists and scholars of post-colonial literature and religion - critically examine the artistic statement that Husain has presented on the self, community and nation through his oeuvre. It engages with the controversies that have erupted around and about Husain’s work, and situates them in debates around the freedom of the artist versus sentiments of the community, between ‘virtue’ and ‘obscenity’, between an ‘elite’ of intellectuals and the ‘common man’, and between a ‘work of art’ and a ‘religious icon.’ Correspondingly it considers how India has responded to Husain: with affection, admiration and adulation on the one hand, and hostility and rejection on the other. This book is more relevant than ever before in light of the debates that have arisen over Husain’s self-imposed exile for the last few years following a spate of violent attacks on his home and exhibitions in India, and his recent decision to forfeit his Indian citizenship. It will be of interest to those studying art history, sociology, anthropology, cultural studies, and politics, as well as to a wide spectrum of readers interested in contemporary issues of identity and nationhood. Printed Pages: 304. Bookseller Inventory # 34306

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Item Description: Cambridge University Press/ Yoda Press, 2011. Softcover. Book Condition: New. This book is the first inter-disciplinary engagement with the work of Maqbool Fida Husain, arguably India’s most iconic contemporary artist today, whose life and work are intimately entangled with the career of independent India as a democratic, secular and multi-ethnic nation. For more than half a century, and across thousands of canvases, Husain has painted individuals and objects, events and incidents that offer an astonishing visual chronicle of India through the ages. The 13 articles in this volume - written by distinguished artists, curators, anthropologists, historians, art historians and critics, sociologists and scholars of post-colonial literature and religion - critically examine the artistic statement that Husain has presented on the self, community and nation through his oeuvre. It engages with the controversies that have erupted around and about Husain’s work, and situates them in debates around the freedom of the artist versus sentiments of the community, between ‘virtue’ and ‘obscenity’, between an ‘elite’ of intellectuals and the ‘common man’, and between a ‘work of art’ and a ‘religious icon.’ Correspondingly it considers how India has responded to Husain: with affection, admiration and adulation on the one hand, and hostility and rejection on the other. This book is more relevant than ever before in light of the debates that have arisen over Husain’s self-imposed exile for the last few years following a spate of violent attacks on his home and exhibitions in India, and his recent decision to forfeit his Indian citizenship. It will be of interest to those studying art history, sociology, anthropology, cultural studies, and politics, as well as to a wide spectrum of readers interested in contemporary issues of identity and nationhood. Printed Pages: 304. Bookseller Inventory # 34306

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Ramaswamy, Sumathi (Edited by)

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K. Bikram Singh

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K. Bikram Singh

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Item Description: Rahul & Art, 2008. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. First edition. Maqbool Fida Husain, more than any other artist of India, has truly defined modern Indian Painting, and has also helped in creating a special place for Indian art, not only in the social space, but also in the serious art domains and art markets of the world. Husain?s painting has the magical quality of instantly endearing itself to the viewer whether it is a small drawing or a hoarding size painting. His art is at once child like, multilayered and profound. He has travelled extensively and has, therefore, a deep insight into contemporary life and art. He has command over several languages and has understanding of the major religions and philosophies of the world. He is also a poet and a filmmaker, truly, a gifted modern genius. Husain has been honoured in India by Padma Vibhushan, one of the highest awards, and his work has been shown in almost all major art centres of the world. Yet, no comprehensive study of his work has been done for a very long period. This book fills up this gap. It presents the story of Husain?s early life and the evolution of his art over the last sixty years. The author has known Husain over several decades. Apart from extensive research, he has closely interacted with the artist to gain first-hand knowledge. The book has been written in a style that should appeal to all lovers, collectors and experts and all such persons who want to gain a better understanding of the work of one of the most significant Indian artists. Printed Pages: 394. Bookseller Inventory # 983

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Item Description: Rahul & Art, 2008. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. First edition. Maqbool Fida Husain, more than any other artist of India, has truly defined modern Indian Painting, and has also helped in creating a special place for Indian art, not only in the social space, but also in the serious art domains and art markets of the world. Husain’s painting has the magical quality of instantly endearing itself to the viewer whether it is a small drawing or a hoarding size painting. His art is at once child like, multilayered and profound. He has travelled extensively and has, therefore, a deep insight into contemporary life and art. He has command over several languages and has understanding of the major religions and philosophies of the world. He is also a poet and a filmmaker, truly, a gifted modern genius. Husain has been honoured in India by Padma Vibhushan, one of the highest awards, and his work has been shown in almost all major art centres of the world. Yet, no comprehensive study of his work has been done for a very long period. This book fills up this gap. It presents the story of Husain’s early life and the evolution of his art over the last sixty years. The author has known Husain over several decades. Apart from extensive research, he has closely interacted with the artist to gain first-hand knowledge. The book has been written in a style that should appeal to all lovers, collectors and experts and all such persons who want to gain a better understanding of the work of one of the most significant Indian artists. Printed Pages: 394. Bookseller Inventory # 983

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Item Description: Rahul & Art, 2008. Hardcover. Book Condition: As New. Contents: Introduction. Preface. 1. A Sulemani from Pandharpur. 2. Breath of the street. 3. Last bridge to modernism. 4. Search for a personal expression. 5. My subject is woman. 6. I am a believer. 7. Of horses and other animals. 8. A tale of three cities. 9. Two women and a cyclone. 10. Meditation and homage. 11. A magnificent obsession. 12. The stretch of my Canvas. Chronology. References. Bibliography. Selected Husain catalogues and prints. About the author. Maqbool Fida Husain, more than any other artist of India, has truly defined modern Indian painting, and has also helped in creating a special place for Indian art, not only in the social space, but also in the serious art domains and art markets of the world. Husain's Painting has the magical Quality of instantly endearing itself to the viewer whether it is a small drawing or a hoarding size painting. His art is at once child like. Multilayered and profound. He has traveled extensively and has, therefore, a deep insight into contemporary life and art. He has command over several languages and has understanding of the major religious and philosophies of the world. He is also a poet and a filmmaker, truly, a gifted modern genius. Husain has been honoured in Indian by Padma Vibhushan, one of the highest awards, and his work has been shown in almost all major art centres of the world. Yet, no comprehensive study of his work has been done for a very long period. This book fills up this gag. It presents the story of Husain's early life and the evolution of his art over the last sixty years. The author has known Husain over several decades. Apart from extensive research, he has closely interacted with the artist to gain first-hand knowledge. The book has been written in a style that should appeal to all such persons who want to gain a better understanding of the work of one of the most significant Indian artists. Bookseller Inventory # ABE-14337679701

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Item Description: Rahul & Art, 2008. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. First edition. Maqbool Fida Husain, more than any other artist of India, has truly defined modern Indian Painting, and has also helped in creating a special place for Indian art, not only in the social space, but also in the serious art domains and art markets of the world. Husain’s painting has the magical quality of instantly endearing itself to the viewer whether it is a small drawing or a hoarding size painting. His art is at once child like, multilayered and profound. He has travelled extensively and has, therefore, a deep insight into contemporary life and art. He has command over several languages and has understanding of the major religions and philosophies of the world. He is also a poet and a filmmaker, truly, a gifted modern genius. Husain has been honoured in India by Padma Vibhushan, one of the highest awards, and his work has been shown in almost all major art centres of the world. Yet, no comprehensive study of his work has been done for a very long period. This book fills up this gap. It presents the story of Husain’s early life and the evolution of his art over the last sixty years. The author has known Husain over several decades. Apart from extensive research, he has closely interacted with the artist to gain first-hand knowledge. The book has been written in a style that should appeal to all lovers, collectors and experts and all such persons who want to gain a better understanding of the work of one of the most significant Indian artists. Printed Pages: 394. Bookseller Inventory # 983

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Richart Bartholomew and Shiv S. Kapur

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