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Dancer on the Horse: Reflections on the Art of Iranna GR

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SIGNED BY THE ARTIST, dated, FIRST EDITION

Iranna G.R. (b.1970) has been an artist for about 10 years. He has won many awards and has held several one-man shows in India. Participation in international exhibitions has raised his profile outside his native country. Iranna studied at a time when there was major upheaval in the economy and class system. T

he frictions that arose from these changes plays an important role in his work. Ranjit Hoskote has written a meditation on Iranna's life and artistic career. He looks at influences on the artist, particularly of a spiritual nature and demonstrates how events in Iranna's life had an impact on his art. The Dancer on the Horse refers to a self-portrait of that name and seems to Hoskote to provide a neat metaphor for the balancing act between the inner privacy and the outer exhibition of a painting.
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SIGNED BY THE ARTIST, dated, FIRST EDITION
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Hardback
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Publisher:
2007, Mapin Publishing Pvt.Ltd

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About this item

SIGNED BY THE ARTIST, dated, FIRST EDITION

Iranna G.R. (b.1970) has been an artist for about 10 years. He has won many awards and has held several one-man shows in India. Participation in international exhibitions has raised his profile outside his native country. Iranna studied at a time when there was major upheaval in the economy and class system. T

he frictions that arose from these changes plays an important role in his work. Ranjit Hoskote has written a meditation on Iranna's life and artistic career. He looks at influences on the artist, particularly of a spiritual nature and demonstrates how events in Iranna's life had an impact on his art. The Dancer on the Horse refers to a self-portrait of that name and seems to Hoskote to provide a neat metaphor for the balancing act between the inner privacy and the outer exhibition of a painting.
- From: http://www.alibris.co.uk

Added value:
SIGNED BY THE ARTIST, dated, FIRST EDITION
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
2007, Mapin Publishing Pvt.Ltd

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