Towards a New Art History: Studies in Indian Art : Essays Presented in Honour of Prof. Ratan Parimoo
Shivaji Panikkar, Parul Dave Mukherji, Deeptha Achar
D.K. Printworld, Jan 1, 2003 - Art - 494 pages
The Essays Here, Challenging The Boundaries And Assumptions Of Mainstream Art History, Question Many Preconceived Notions About Meaning In Representations Artistic And Art Historical. Emphasizing On Specific Visual Cultures Within The Dynamics Of Historical Processes, They Raise Critical Issues Of Art Production, Circulation And Consumption And Attempt To Rescue Traditional Arts From A Past That Is Hermetically Sealed Off From The Present.
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