Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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What is Contemporary art from India?

What is Contemporary art from India?

Contemporary art from India dates from 1985 to the present. In India, this period is called the post-liberalization era, and includes artists who feel the freedom to work independent of traditional Hindu or social traditions for artworks, and use distinctly Indian materials and objects.

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Anish Kapoor

Breathing Blue, 2020

Limited Edition Print

Digital Print on paper

GBP 3,900

Riyas Komu

Last Landscape 1, 2008

Painting

Oil on canvas

USD 53,750

Anish Kapoor

Svayambh, 2007

Limited Edition Print

Mixed Media

EUR 8,270

Hema Upadhyay

Just Another Day, 2008

Limited Edition Print

Digital Print on paper

Currently Not Available

S.H. Raza

Composition, 1974

Painting

Oil on canvas

Currently Not Available

Zarina Hashmi

Rohingyas: Floating On The Dark Sea, 2015

Limited Edition Print

Woodcut

USD 2,950

Anish Kapoor

Les objets d'artiste, 1993

Sculpture / Object

Mixed Media

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Anish Kapoor

Untitled, 2014

Limited Edition Print

Etching

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Peter Nagy

Four Cancer Logos, 1988

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

USD 1,800

S.H. Raza

Symboles 7, 2007

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

EUR 1,200

S.H. Raza

Symboles 4, 2007

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

EUR 1,200

S.H. Raza

Symboles 3, 2007

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

EUR 1,200

S.H. Raza

Symboles 2, 2007

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

EUR 1,200

S.H. Raza

symboles 1, 2007

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

EUR 1,200

Anish Kapoor

Moiré 1, 2015

Limited Edition Print

Etching

EUR 6,500

Anish Kapoor

Moiré 2, 2015

Limited Edition Print

Etching

EUR 6,500

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Carborundum

Carborundum is the trademark name for silicon carbide crystals used as an abrasive material in sandpaper, cutting tools and grinding wheels. Artists originally used the substance for grinding lithography stones, but collagraph prints use it to create texture and tone gradients.

Laser print

A Laser print is made using red, blue and green laser to expose light onto photographic silver halide paper. The exposed paper is processed with photographic chemicals to produce an archival quality print. The digital technology produces sharp images and highly uniform color.

Montage

A film editing technique where a series of shots are taken through a process of editing into a sequence so as to condense time, information and space. However, various contexts have made use of this term.

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