To Let the World In, Volume 2
- Arts, Culture, Cultural History, Politics, and History
The second volume of the film looks at a period of monumental change in the context of art-practice in India, following economic liberalisation and the simultaneous resurgence of religious fundamentalism in politics. Beginning in the early 1990s, this was also a period of crisis in art education, one that required artists to frequently reinvent themselves to adjust to a globalised, market-dependent environment of art-production. The film reflects on this period of anxiety and the artists’ struggle to have an individual voice.
- Avijit Mukul Kishore ... Director, DOP
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- Art Chennai
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