Bhupen Khakhar

By: HYMAN, TIMOTHY

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Ahmedabad.: Mapin.. 1998.. Profusely illustrated with the artists works in colour and black and white, 127pp, quarto, paperback. "This monograph presents a perspective on the art of Bhupen Khakhar (b.1934), one of the most significant Indian artists of this century. Born into a lower middle-class Gujarati family in central Bombay, Khakhar came to art only in his thirties. Trained as a chartered accountant, his early work dealt with popular iconic imagery and with the condition of 'the insignificant man', trapped in an unremarkable existence. Khakhar was subsequently involved, with several of his Baroda contemporaries, in the devising of a synthetic visual language that sought to reach a contemporary expression without forsaking links with tradition. His work from the mid-70s through the 80s dealt with a representation of the world that starting with the "insignificant" and the "diffident", went on to encompass a broad "panorama and plenitude" of the phenomenal world." From the publisher's description. .

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