Curated by Nancy Adajania

The history of postcolonial Indian art is usually told from within the confines of the art world, as a sequence of long-lived styles and short-lived movements, avant-garde aspirations and institutional trends, artist groups and art schools. In the present exhibition, Nancy Adajania will demonstrate the rich, living heritage of art-making in postcolonial India that had little or nothing to do with this dominant narrative.

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