Santhal Family: positions around an Indian sculpture
Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst Antwerpen, 2008 - Art - 144 pages
Taking as its starting point Ramkinkar Baij's 1938 "Santhal Family"--widely considered the first modern public sculpture in India--this book combines critical and fictional texts with specially commissioned pages by leading artists from India, Europe and the U.K.
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ANSHUMAN DASGUPTA artists Baij's sculpture Bauhaus Bengal Benodebehari Bhrigu Bhubaneswari Bhunya Brahmin Calcutta Chhatim village Collection Ramkinkar Baij contemporary counterpublic courtesy Anath Nath cultural curator daughter Delhi diegesis Dindayal Thakur Dinu Thakur displacement dominant public sphere Dulali exhibition eyes film Ghatak's GOSHKA MACUGA GRANT WATSON Guha hand hanged health centre image courtesy Anath Kala Bhavan Kapur Karnabati Kharagpur Kolkata Komal Gandhar labour land live London look Madan Mahananda MAHASWETA DEVI Manosha married MELVIN MOTTI migration migratory aesthetics modernist monument mother Nabin Nath Das Collection nationalist Patke Pishi play police political postcolonial priest Rabindranath Tagore Ramkinkar Baij RAQS MEDIA COLLECTIVE representation road Sadan Khan Sadananda Santhal Family Santiniketan SHEELA GOWDA SIVA KUMAR social Socialist Realism sound and image Spivak subaltern SUDEEP DASGUPTA SUNIL GUPTA Tagore's Thakur-uncle theatre there's thing tion tree tribal ture visual West Bengal Western modernism woman Yaksha