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Re-take of Amrita

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Published by Tulika Books .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages56
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Open LibraryOL25416910M
ISBN 10818522949X

The Sher-Gil Family, a painting made in , and The Sher-Gil Archive, an installation made in , are precursors to his Re-take of 'Amrita', a series of digital photomontages made in Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.5/5(3). Curated by Tasneem Mehta and Rahaab Allana. Bombay, taking to photography as early as , became one of the largest centres of photography’s patronage and dispersal in India between the mid th and early 20 th century. With early photography being practiced both inside and outside the studio, photographs provided a tableau of everyday life, qualifying as powerful tools to acquire.

Estimate: INR2, - INR4, Description: Artist: Amrita Sher-Gil () Title: Re-take of 'Amrita' Author: Vivan Sundaram Publisher: Tulika Books Year: Details:This is a book of 38 digital photomontages by Vivan Sundaram, with a preface and annotation by the artist-author. These montages are the result of a 'collaborative' photographic project: between Umrao Singh Sher-Gil ( PROPERTY OF AN EMINENT COLLECTOR 15 x 11 5/8 in. (38 x cm.) and smaller (3) RANDHAWA, M.S. Basohli Painting, New Delhi: The Publications Division, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India, RANDHAWA, M.S. Kangra Paintings of the Bhagavata Purana, New Delhi: National Museum of India, First in the series of five monographs on Kangra Paintings .

  He has been involved in the writing and making of over five books on his aunt,and two of his own projects,The Sher-Gil Archive and Re-Take on Amrita,have been inspired by her. Marie Antoinette,the Hungarian matriarch of the Sher-Gil family,is essayed well through Amrita s . Years of Indian History in One Book - The New York Times Sunil Khilnani’s “Incarnations” is a tour of about years of the country’s history, through 50 figures. Vivan Sundaram, From the series "Re-take of Amrita" amrita sher-gil - Recherche Google See more. Amrita Sher-Gil: The First Female Artist of Modern India: Life Stalker pins.


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Re-take of Amrita is a book of digital photomontages by Vivan Sundaram, including a foreword by Wu Hung and an introduction by the artist. These montages are the result of a ‘collaborative’ photographic project, between Umrao Singh Sher Gil (), the ‘essential’ photographer who took numerous self-portraits, and Vivan Sundaram, who orchestrates these archival photographs with a.

Re-take of Amrita Paperback – January 1, by Vivian Sundaram (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all 3 formats Re-take of Amrita book editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ $ $ Paperback $ 5/5(1).

Re-take of Amrita is a book of digital photomontages by Vivan Sundaram, including a foreword by Wu Hung and an introduction by the montages are the result of a ‘collaborative’ photographic project, between Umrao Singh Sher Gil (), the ‘essential’ photographer who took numerous self-portraits, and Vivan Sundaram, who orchestrates these archival photographs with a.

Amrita Sher-Gil was born on 30 January in Budapest, Hungary, to Umrao Singh Sher-Gil Majithia, a Jat sikh aristocrat and a scholar in Sanskrit and Persian, and Marie Antoniette Gottesmann, a Hungarian-Jewish opera singer who came from an affluent bourgeois family.

Her parents first met inwhile Marie Antoinette was visiting Lahore. Her mother came to India as a companion of Princess Born: 30 JanuaryBudapest, Kingdom of Hungary. Re-take of ‘Amrita’ is a book of 38 digital photomontages by Vivan Sundaram, with a preface and annotation by the artist-author.

These montages are the result of a ‘collaborative’ photographic project: between Umrao Singh Sher-Gil (–), the ‘essential’ photographer (who took numerous self-portraits), and Vivan Sundaram, who orchestrates with a digital wand, archival. - Amrita with cousin Viola, Re-take of Amrita, // Vivan Sundaram.

Re-take of ‘Amrita’ is a series of black and white digital photomontages based on archival photographs from the Sher-Gil family. The original photographer was Sundaram's grandfather Umrao Singh. Sundaram reconfigured the photographs and recast the family in new roles, retelling family history.

Get this from a library. Re-take of Amrita: digital photomontages based on photographs by Umrao Singh Sher-Gil () and photographs from the Sher-Gil family archive. [Vivan Sundaram; Umrao Singh Sher-Gil] -- On life and times of Indian painter, Amrita Sher-Gil, and her father and photographer, Umrao Singh Sher-Gil ().

This self-portrait of the iconic Indian painter Amrita Sher-Gil (–) represents more than a life. For this book in two volumes, Amrita's extant letters and writings are translated and reproduced from the originals in their entirety.

Amrita Sher-Gil: Amrita Shergil ka Jivan aur Rachana samsar, Kanhaiyalal Nandan, Re-take of Amrita, Vivan Sundaram, Tulika, Amrita Sher-Gil ‘A Painted Life’, Geeta Doctor, Rupa, Vivan Sundaram (born ) is an Indian contemporary artist.

His parents were Kalyan Sundaram, Chairman of Law Commission of India from toand Indira Sher-Gil, sister of noted Indian modern artist Amrita is married to eminent art historian and critic Geeta Kapur.

This self-portrait of the iconic Indian painter Amrita Sher-Gil () represents more than a life. For this book in two volumes, Amrita's extant letters and writings are translated and reproduced from the originals in their entirety.

The book draws on the primary text of these letters to open up a visual narrative around the artist's oeuvre, complemented by a parallel text of notes that.

Re-Take of Amrita Sepia International West 24th Street, 11th floor, Chelsea Through July This haunted show by Vivan Sundaram, one of India's most distinguished contemporary artists, is.

The collection consisted of a decade of works ranging from toalso including some photomontages by Vivan Sundaram from his series “Re-take of Amrita” (). As one goes through the displayed works, covering an array of her entire life, one notices the growth of the artist – as an artist as well as a woman.

Vivan Sundaram: re-take of Amrita: digital photomontages based on photographs by Umrao Singh Sher-Gil () and photographs from the Sher-Gil family archive by Vivan Sundaram (Book) The art of Amrita Sher-Gil (ten coloured plates) by Amrita Sher-Gil (Book).

Vivan Sundaram (born ) is an Indian contemporary artist. His parents were Kalyan Sundaram, Chairman of Law Commission of India from toand Indira Sher-Gil, sister of noted Indian modern artist Amrita Sher-Gil.

He is married to eminent art 4/5. Annotated & Edited by Vivan Sundaram x inches 2-volume set Hardback ISBN: Rs All rights available This self-portrait of the iconic Indian painter Amrita Sher-Gil (–) represents more than a life.

For this book in two volumes, Amrita’s extant letters and writings are translated and reproduced from the originals, and.

The collection consisted of a decade of works ranging from toalso including some photo-montages by Vivan Sundaram from his series “Re-take of Amrita” (). As one goes through the displayed works, covering an array of her entire life, one notices the growth of the artist – as an artist as well as a woman.

- Indian artist who died in at the age of See more ideas about Amrita sher gil, Indian artist and Artist pins. Amrita Sher-Gil (Punjabi: ਅੰਮ੍ਰਿਤਾ ਸ਼ੇਰਗਿੱਲ; 30 January – 5 December ) was an eminent Hungarian-Indian painter.

She has been called "one of the greatest avant-garde women artists of the early 20th century" and a "pioneer" in modern Indian art. Drawn to painting at a young age, Sher-Gil started getting formal lessons in the art, at the age of : 30 JanuaryBudapest, Kingdom of Hungary.

Amrita Sher-Gil January – 5 December was an eminent Indian painter born to a Punjabi Sikh father and a Hungarian Jewish mother UNESCO honors the memory of Hungarian-born Indian painter, Amrita Sher-Gil at the anniversary of her birth with an exhibi.

Vivan Sundaram is the editor of a two-volume book, Amrita Sher-Gil: a self-portrait in letters & writings (). He is a founder-member of the Safdar Hashmi Memorial Trust as well as the Journal of Arts & Ideas, and managing trustee of the Sher-Gil Sundaram Arts Foundation (SSAF) set up in by him and his sister Navina Sundaram.PDF | On Mar 1,Saloni Mathur and others published A Retake of Sher-Gil's Self-Portrait as Tahitian | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGateAuthor: Saloni Mathur.

Amrita Sher-Gil continues to fascinate and engage people’s curiosity decades after her untimely death in An artist of repute, she’s remembered for her rebelliousness, bohemian lifestyle and numerous sexual escapades, with men and women, not least of all because she happened to belong to a society as traditional as India’s in the early ‘40s.