Decoding the truth of aesthetics in Indian contemporary artists

In the 2nd series of Virtual Studio Art Dialogues, KC High school art learners attended a webinar by Mr. Sudeep Ghosh, Art Critic/Writer/Academic on ‘Decoding the truth of aesthetics in three Indian contemporary artists-Atul Dodiya, Nalini Malani and K.G.Subramanyan.’ It primarily identifies philosophical aesthetics through three concepts – beauty, truth and imagination. Besides the power of image and representation, the talk not only examines the role of art as a tool of subversion against the challenges of ideological parochialism and political censorship but also underlines the value of human experience and its transformative potential in affirming the triumph of art. Art students interacted with reflective questions and decoded the value of ‘cultural significance‘ in three Indian contemporary artists.

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