Event: INDIAN FEMINIST ART IN AND WITH BRITAIN IN THE 1990S
Organizer: Paul Mellon Centre
Speakers: Karin Zitzewitz
Date: Dec 7th 6:00pm UK Time. Equivalent times:
Americas - PT: Dec 7th 10:00am | ET: Dec 7th 1:00pm.
Europe - UK: Dec 7th 6:00pm | CET: Dec 7th 7:00pm.
APAC - CST/HKT/SGT: Dec 8th 2:00am | AET: Dec 8th 5:00am.
"The mid-1990s witnessed a newfound prominence of Indian woman artists, including Anita Dube (b. 1958), Pushpamala N. (b. 1956), Rummana Hussain (1952–1999) and Sheela Gowda (b. 1957). Their emergent practices have been understood either as products of the art world’s newly global geographies or as a form of specifically Indian feminist discourse – both narratives that subsume changes in artistic form in other aspects of artistic production. And yet, these artists were deeply committed to breaking with the artistic disciplines of their own training and experience, by moving from painting into installation, combining performance and photography, and emphasising materiality..."
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS AND CREDITS
Paul Mellon Centre
Cover image credits: William Orpen, Public domain, via Wikimedia