This first major monograph on the grandmaster of contemporary Indian art looks at the evolution of Atul Dodiya’s impressive and multifaceted career.
Atul Dodiya’s complex and vibrant works draw on western influences and eastern traditions. This book captures Dodiya’s enormous range, from early photorealist paintings depicting middle-class life to daring and ingenious assemblages that brilliantly fuse European and Indian artistic styles, history, and cultural references. In addition to exquisite reproductions of Dodiya’s colorful art, this volume includes a brand-new interview with the artist and brings together informed and thoughtful essays written by critics and curators.
Hardcover, 444 pages, 28x33, 400 color illustrations
$ 75.00 | £ 50.00
Publishing House: Prestel
Date of publication:
US February 17, 2014
UK January 20, 2014