A first-of-its-kind exploration of Indian art made since 1900. From long-lost paintings to ephemeral sculptures, from whimsical performances to iconic public murals, and from independent films to landmark design objects, the surprising and provocative contents of this book have been provided by an exceptional and varied group of experts.
A numbered edition of 350 copies – two hardback volumes in a clamshell box with two limited edition prints by artists Nilima Sheikh and Vivan Sundaram.
Catalogue (including packaging box)
- 620 pages (with 6 foldouts), 12.25 in (length) X 16 in (width) x 4.25 in (depth)
- Single copy weight: 6.5 kg approx
- Over 1000 colour illustrations
About the author
Having completed his studies in art history in the UK, London-born Mortimer Chatterjee moved to India to pursue his interest in art from the subcontinent. He co-founded Chatterjee & Lal with his wife, Tara Lal, in 2003 and, today, the gallery is an important node in Mumbai's maturing art scene. In 2010, Chatterjee co-authored a publication on the art collection of the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR), and also curated an exhibition of the collection at the National Gallery of Modern Art, Mumbai. In addition to his columns on art and culture in GQ India and Mumbai Mirror, he has contributed articles to the Indian editions of journals such as Architectural Digest and Domus.
Published by: The Shoestring Publisher