IMAGE-BEYOND IMAGE

Contemporary Indian Painting From The Collection Of The Glenbarra Art Museum

NEW DELHI, INDIA

4 January - 25 January 1997

National Gallery Of Modern Art

KOLKATA

5 February - 16 February 1997

Birla Academy Of Art And Culture

BENGALURU

15 March - 5 April 1997

Karnataka Chitrakala Parishad

MUMBAI

26 April - 12 May 1997

National Gallery Of Modern Art

 

Perhaps due to the diversity and depth of Indian culture, people carry many different images of India. Contemporary art can act as a common language to reveal India beyond the images and to lead us to a greater understanding within. For there is something that transcends the diversity of images, a spirit that is contemporary and a presence that is universal, even in its Indianness. Above all there is a sense of creative adventure that reaches out to something beyond the image, through the image, be it figurative or abstract. This, I feel, is what captivated me- the glimpse of a window in the image, opening to a space beyond. -Masanori Fukuoka, Director, Glenbarra Art Museum

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