InFlux: Contemporary Art in Asia at Meripustak

InFlux: Contemporary Art in Asia

Books from same Author: Parul Dave Mukherji and Naman P Ahuja and Kavita Singh

Books from same Publisher: SAGE Publications India Pvt Ltd

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    Author(s)Parul Dave Mukherji and Naman P Ahuja and Kavita Singh
    PublisherSAGE Publications India Pvt Ltd
    ISBN9788132115977
    Pages288
    BindingPaperback
    LanguageEnglish
    Publish YearNovember 2013

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    SAGE Publications India Pvt Ltd InFlux: Contemporary Art in Asia by Parul Dave Mukherji and Naman P Ahuja and Kavita Singh

    What do we mean by the term 'contemporary Asian art', and how are we to represent it? With its varied histories, traditions and cultures, Asia can hardly be bracketed into one entity, yet the reception of its art is ridden with essentialisms and tropes.
    Meanwhile, the region's longstanding engagement with Modern and Contemporary art, globalisation and rapid economic changes has seen Asia's arts scenes change irrevocably. Influx: Contemporary Art in Asia explores the trends in, and circulation of, contemporary art from Asia in the many International Expos, Biennales and Art Fairs that seem to be focusing increasingly on this region.
    Illustrated with works of leading artists from India, China, Pakistan, South-East Asia and the Middle-East, it brings together essays by 19 critical writers. They reflect on the diversity of Asia's self-perceptions, the historical bases for a category such as Asia and its political and cultural exigencies which inform various curatorial interventions.