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THE GUILD ART JOURNAL

Sculptures and installations                                                                       Second Issue

In this volume we take a fractional view by revisiting works of various artists who have addressed a range of issues pertinent to their time - be it of a decimated village nearly untraceable on a world map or those of international territories, of the individual and highly personal to those of the masses. These artists have transgressed local borders and have adapted a wider view, while exploring different issues, notions and ideologies of human concerns.

January 09

Vrushali Dhage
Contributing Editor

Cultures and many locales
Bhavna Kakar
takes a look at Subodh Guptaís works which touch the notion of culture, flowing through different locations and timeframes.

Of the absent presence...
Vrushali Dhage
looks at how Sudarshan Shetty induces a feeling of loss and absence through his works.

The visible and beyond
As is his wont, T. V. Santhosh through his paintings manages to play a dual game; visually he presents an imagery withdrawn from specificities of time and space (rather place) reducing it to a simple structure of common references, and with it attempts to stimulate some specific latent emotions within his viewers. T. V.  Santhosh while speaking to Vrushali Dhage, traces the roots to his recent sculptural works.

B.V. Suresh's sculptural installations at Chemould Art Gallery, 1998
Sathyanand Mohan
finds the late 90ís series of works of B. V. Suresh ahead of time.

 

                                                                                                                                                              

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