India - past, present and abroad [exhibition curatorship]

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Abstract

Exhibition held at Macquarie University Art Gallery, NSW, 24th January to 4th March 2011. 'India - Past, Present and Abroad' interconnects the historical past with the present through the lived experiences and narratives told by Indian communities, both here and abroad. India occupies a vast reservoir of knowledge and culture steeped within a long history that dates back to some 9,000 years, and has in more recent times greatly influenced Western thought and ideology. As we encounter the threshold of the everyday, through the work of three contemporary photographers, the overlaps, the ambiguities and the commonalities begin to emerge conveying rich and varied communities on the brink of a cultural revolution - its influence and power impacting on a global scale.
LanguageEnglish
Place of PublicationSydney, NSW
PublisherMacquarie University Art Gallery
Publication statusPublished - 2011

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Chapman, J. (Author), Davis, R. (Author), & Janiszewski, L. (Author). (2011). India - past, present and abroad [exhibition curatorship]. Curatorship, Sydney, NSW: Macquarie University Art Gallery.
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