So Lounge | Atul Dodiya, Edited
A visual tome on the evolution of Dodiya from a photorealist painter to a master assembler of Western thought and Indian sensibility
This is the first book to have come out on the supremely talented artist Atul Dodiya. Edited by curator and theorist Ranjit Hoskote and with essays by Enrique Juncosa, Thomas McEvilley, Nancy Adajania and Hoskote himself, the lavishly produced book is a visual tome on the evolution of Dodiya from a photorealist painter to a master assembler of Western thought and Indian sensibility—and a subtle social commentator. Dodiya’s journey reflects the history of Indian art after the Moderns, and this book is a precious addition to any art lover’s collection.
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