The Bibliography Project by Asia Art Archive is the first of its kind
to provide a consolidated database of published material
on modern and contemporary art of South Asia.
The 'Bibliography of Modern and Contemporary Art Writing' project was initiated by Asia Art Archive in 2011.Guided by a common tenet of sharing knowledge and collaborative research, the project has aimed at collating annotated bibliographies of art writing in South Asia across multiple languages.
In its first phase, the project began its cataloguing process in India, looking at writing in Assamese, Bengali, English, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu. As of end 2014, it compiled a bibliography of over 12,000 texts, including books, book chapters, catalogues, entire periodicals, periodical entries, and newspapers. In its second phase in 2015, AAA has expanded the scope of this project to explore the rich and resonant histories of art writing across languages and regions in South Asia. The project compiled bibliographies of art writing in Tamil from Jaffna in Sri Lanka, Urdu from Lahore in Pakistan, and Bangla from Dhaka in Bangladesh.
By sharing information on publications from libraries, institutions, and personal archives across several cities and languages, the online database aims to enrich understanding of this field and be useful to students, scholars, researchers, artists, writers, and the arts community at large. It must be noted that this bibliography is a work in progress and hopes to grow with user contributions.
The 'Bibliography of Modern and Contemporary Art Writing’ has been informed by previous AAA initiatives, most significantly the digitisation project Another Life: The Digitised Personal Archive of Geeta Kapur and Vivan Sundaram and Mapping the Field of Indian Art Criticism a research project carried out by 2009 AAA Research Grantee Vidya Shivadas. Aiming to bring important art writings in India into the public domain for further research and study, this project precedes Asia Art Archive’s upcoming publication series that will contribute to new understandings of art history and art practice from the region.
The project has been made possible by generous support from the Avantha Group.
Ahmed has been a member of Asia Art Archive’s Research+ team since 2009. Stationed in New Delhi, he has overseen the Archive’s digitisation projects alongside other research initiatives in India. Ahmed completed his interdisciplinary MA degree from the School of Arts & Aesthetics, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, in 2009.
Ragavan is based in New Delhi, and has been part of AAA's Research+ team since 2012. She oversees the Bibliography of Modern and Contemporary Art Writing project. She holds a MA in Art History and Aesthetics from the Faculty of Fine Arts, MS University of Baroda, with a specialisation in architectural history. She is a PhD candidate at the Department of Cultural Studies, EFL University, Hyderabad.
Nasar is curator, writer, and Head of Research and Programmes, Asia Art Archive, Hong Kong. Formerly based in London, Nasar was director and co-founder of Green Cardamom, and has curated numerous international exhibitions including: Lines of Control: Partition as a Productive Space, Johnson Museum, Cornell University (2012) and Nasher Museum, Duke University (2013); Where Three Dreams Cross: 150 Years of Photography from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, Whitechapel Gallery and Fotomuseum Winterthur (2010); and Karkhana: A Contemporary Collaboration, Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum (2005) and Asian Art Museum (2006). Nasar serves on the panel of judges for the V&A Jameel Prize, the editorial board of Tate Etc, Art Basel’s crowdfunding partnership with Kickstarter; and on advisory panels for Delfina Foundation (UK), Rhode Island School of Design (USA) and San Art (Vietnam). Nasar is a former fellow of The Clore Leadership Programme (UK) and a Research Fellow at Goldsmiths College, London.
Chakravarty is a practicing artist based in Guwahati, Assam. She holds a BFA from Government College of Art & Craft, Assam. Her works have been shown in group exhibitions in India, Bangladesh, Italy, Germany, and recently in the New York Contemporary Art Biennial, 2013. Chakravarty is the recipient of the Best Entry Award from Art Society of India, Mumbai (2013), the Lalit Kala Research Scholarship (2011), and the Juries Special Award in NE Art Exhibition, Artfest’97. She regularly contributes articles on art and culture to newspapers and magazines while conducting children’s art workshops in Assam.
Chaudhuri is Assistant Professor of Sociology at St Xavier’s College (Autonomous), Kolkata. She holds a PhD and studied under the doctoral programme at the Centre for Studies in Social Sciences, Calcutta. Her areas of interest include the sociology of urban consumption and cultural studies.
Ghosh is currently UGC Post-Doctoral Fellow at Visva Bharati, Santiniketan. She holds a PhD in History of Art from the MS University of Baroda, and has taught in various academic institutions including: Sarojini Naidu School of Arts & Communication, University of Hyderabad, the College of Art and Design, Burdwan, and Government College of Art & Craft, Kolkata.
Ghosh has also contributed to a number of international publications including: Lalit Kala Contemporary, Veena, Art & Deal, Varta, and online journal The Other Spaces. Her essay on Rabindranath Tagore also appears in Appreciation of Indian Art: Selected Writings (vol.1).
Ghosh was the recipient of a fellowship at The Forum on Contemporary Theory (Baroda), the UGC Junior Research Fellowship, and the Small Scale Research and Study Grant of the Nehru Trust for the Indian Collections at the Victoria and Albert Museum.
Mizan is post graduate from fine Art Faculty of Dhaka University in Dhaka, Bangladesh. She is an Artist and a Curator. Being a visual artist she mostly works as site-specific installation artist but she also works with mix media, Printmaking, photography and projection etc.
She was awarded the “Best Media Award” in Annual Exhibition of Fine Art Faculty in 2010. She is now active as an Independent Curator in Bangladesh. Sadya is the founder of URONTO Community, Which is the first artist community in Bangladesh to work with Old heritage house related memories and document them through Art. Her works are shared in India, Pakistan, Texas, Nepal and Malaysia.
Oza is currently a PhD candidate in the Department of Film Studies and Visual Communications, EFL University, Hyderabad. Her doctoral research focuses on the images produced for children in Gujarati printed texts (textbooks, magazines, and story books), particularly in the early 20th century.
Oza holds a MA in Painting from the Faculty of Fine Arts, MS University of Baroda and her paintings have been exhibited in Vadodara, Ahmedabad, Bombay, and Kerala.
Oza has contributed writings, illustrations, and graphic stories to Chakmak, a children’s magazine, and to a book illustration project titled Different Tales that published folk and oral narratives from and about marginalised cultures and communities in Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, and Malayalam languages.
Khodke is a New Delhi based artist, and the Publications Project Coordinator for Asia Art Archive since 2013. Previously Assistant Professor at Amity School of Fine Arts, Amity University, Noida, he has participated in several group shows, artists’ camps, and artists’ residency programmes in India, and overseas.
The recipient of the Gold Medal of Excellence during his Masters of Visual Arts (Painting) course at the Faculty of Fine Arts, MS University of Baroda in 2004, Khodke worked as an illustrator on the children’s book, Mother, for the series Different Tales, and has also contributed to the Hindi children’s magazine Chakmak. Images of his artworks have been published in Articulating Resistance: Art and Activism, and the magazine Himal Southasian (April 2010).
Khodke also conducts fine art workshops for university students, and has designed sets for theater productions.
Pande is pursuing her MPhil at the School of Arts and Aesthetics, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi and holds a BA and MA in Art History and Aesthetics from Faculty of Fine Arts, MS University of Baroda.
Pande was a guest lecturer for Art History and Aesthetics at the Government College of Arts and Crafts, Lucknow (2012 and 2013), and also recently co-curated Mapping Gender: Bodies and Sexualities across the Global South, School of Arts and Aesthetics, JNU, New Delhi (2013).
Pandurangi is a visiting faculty member in the Department of Art History, Chamarajendra Government Visual Art College (CAVA), Mysore. He holds a BA in Painting from CAVA, and an MA in Art History and Aesthetics from the Faculty of Fine Arts, MS University of Baroda, and has taught art history at various art colleges across Karnataka.
Pandurangi has participated in national seminars and published articles in Karnataka Kala Varthe, Vijaya Karnataka. He curated the exhibition Spirit of the Age at Sabrang Art Gallery, Mysore in 2012 and has published the two-issue bilingual newsletter Questions and Dialogue (2008).
Ramakrishnan is currently pursuing his PhD in Visual Arts from Ambedkar University, Delhi, after completing his MA in Visual Arts from the same institution. Aryan is an activist, artist, and curator—the aspects of collaborative possibilities and encounters with people has been central to his practice.
The project he undertook as part of his MA thesis, Sweet Maria Monument, can be seen as a moment where all of these practices—drawings, curation, installation, code poetry and performance all came together to make a monument for 'sweet Maria', a transgender activist and friend. He was selected as one of the curators for the Student Biennale as part of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale, 2014.
Jamsheed Malik is an artist and art historian based in Nadigam, Shopiandistt, Kashmir. He received a BFA in Painting from the Institute of Music and Fine Arts, Kashmir University, Srinagar and an MFA in the History of Art from Kala Bhavana, Visva Bharati, Santiniketan. Malik was the recipient of the National Scholarship for Painting awarded by the Ministry of Culture, Govt. of India in 2009-11. His articles have been published in journals and art magazines such as Searching Lines (Journal of the Dept. of Art History, Kala Bhavana, Santiniketan) and Art News and Views (Kolkata). He has participated in many national workshops and seminars. His work has been shown in many art exhibitions, including North Zone Youth Festival, Amritsar (2006), Jammu and Kashmir State Annual Art Exhibition (2006-09), and Kala Bhavan Annual Art Show, Academy of Fine Arts, Kolkata (2009-12). He curated an exhibition titled 'Kashmir, Art and Insurgency' at the Rinchen Zsangpo Gallery, Jammu University, Jammu in 2011. Malik has worked as Creative Artist for INTACH (J & K Chapter) since 2012.
Kulkarni is currently working as Guest Faculty for History of Art and Design at Symbiosis Institute of Design, Pune. She holds an MA in Art History and an MA in Indology at MS University of Baroda and Tilak Maharashtra Vidyapeeth, Pune, respectively.
Kulkarni has curated exhibitions that include Nasik History Museum, Retrospective of Pune Art, Uprooting the Aboriginals and Swelling Surroundings. She has organised various art appreciation and awareness programmes like ‘Chitrabodh’ and ‘Chitrasamvad’ at Maharashtra Cultural Centre, Pune.
She has participated in numerous exhibitions, workshops and seminars at the national and state levels. She is presently working on a research project titled Ragamala Folios of Nasik – a Formal and Thematic Analysis.
Malik holds an MA in Fine Arts (Sculpture) from SN School of Fine Arts, University of Hyderabad and is currently pursuing an MPhil in Visual Studies at the School of Arts and Aesthetics, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.
He was the recipient of the French Embassy Krishnakriti Fellowship (2010); the University Gold Medal (2011), the UGC NET (2013) and completed an internship at Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Paris, in 2011. Malik has exhibited in a number of group shows including: On the Way, at Shrishti Art Gallery, Hyderabad (2010) and Work in Progress and Rencontres, at Galerie Duboys, Paris (2011, 2012). Recently Malik co-curated an international group exhibition; Mapping Gender: Bodies & Sexualities in Contemporary Art across the Global South, at School of Arts and Aesthetics, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi (2013).
Singh is Assistant Professor at the Department of Sculpture, Government College of Art, Chandigarh and holds an MA in Visual Arts (Sculpture) from the Faculty of Fine Arts, MS University of Baroda.
He is the recipient various awards including two from Chandigarh Lalit Kala Academy (2004 and 2014), as well as All India Exhibition of Fine Arts (2006), and the Punjab University Youth Festival (2003).
Singh has also participated in a number of workshops and residencies, and has contributed to several exhibitions which include Convergence at Chitrakala Parishath, Bangalore (2012); AIFACS, New Delhi (2011) and Chandigarh Lalit Kala Academy (2004, 2005, 2011, 2012).
Packiyanathan has completed her BA in Art History and Aesthetics from Jaffna University (2013). She has previously worked as a Temporary Lecturer at the same department and is currently Visiting Instructor at Jaffna University.
Krishnapriya is a practicing visual artist with both a BA and MA in Painting from the Government College of Fine Arts, Chennai (2001–2007). She has participated in many group exhibitions and a few solo exhibitions, and is part of The Karuppu Art Collective, a group of artists based in Chennai, where she lives and works.
Biluka is currently pursuing her PhD in the Department of Film Studies and Visual Communication at EFL University, Hyderabad. She holds a MA in Visual Arts (Painting) from the Faculty of Fine Arts, MS University of Baroda, and was awarded the UGC Junior Research Fellowship in 2006.
Biluka is also the recipient of the CSDS-ICSSR fellowship, and the Telugu University Gold Medal. She had her first solo show Signals at Studio Napean, Mumbai (2007) and her work has also featured in several group shows.
Hashmi is affiliated with the Department of Comparative Literature, New York University.
A graphic artist based in New Delhi, Usmani is currently Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Fine Arts, Department of Art Education, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, and also Senior Visualiser with Nicholas Hoffland Design. Previously involved in the Government of India's Mural Art Project (Ministry of Finance, Archeological Survey of India) as a Visual Design Expert, he is also responsible for the Lufthansa Airlines India Art Collection.
Usmani has conceptualised, designed, illustrated, and executed projects for many corporate groups, organisations, and brands, including the PVR Bowling Pin Art Project, the PVR Cine Art Collection, and Jagori. Besides participating in group shows, he has also been involved in workshops with the National Council for Promotion of Urdu Language, New Delhi, and with the Design and Innovation Academy, IIM, Noida. He is currently working on an illustrated volume of Urdu poetry and an audio book on Akhtar ul Iman, the noted Urdu poet and screen writer.
Whitelaw is an academic, writer, and creative practitioner with interests in new media art and cultures, in particular—generative systems, data-aesthetics, and digital collections. His work has appeared in journals including; Leonardo, Digital Creativity, and Fibreculture. His current work spans materiality, data and culture, with a practical focus on creating ‘generous interfaces’ for digital heritage. He has worked with institutions including the State Library of NSW, the National Archives, and the National Gallery of Australia; developing innovative interfaces to their digital collections. Mitchell is currently an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Arts and Design at the University of Canberra, where he leads the Digital Treasures program in the Centre for Creative and Cultural Research. Whitelaw also blogs at The Teeming Void.
Rao is an artist interested in the anxiety of communication and incomprehensibility via language and gibberish. She employs drawings, sound, voice textures, text and code in her works.Rao holds a BFA in Painting from College of Art, Delhi (2012), and an MA in Visual Art from Ambedkar University, Delhi (2014).She is one from a group of four artists that has co-curated as 'Juggleheads' two parts of a group show called stutter in your eloquence in Kochi and Delhi.
Vasandani obtained a BA in Art History from the University of California, Irvine. She is currently pursuing an MA in Theories of Urban Practice at The New School, in New York City and is interested in how marginalised and overlooked populations in the US, establish spaces of belongingness within cities.
Siddiqui is a Research Scholar at the School of Arts and Aesthetics, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), Delhi. She earned an MPhil in Visual Studies from the School of Arts and Aesthetics, JNU, and an MA in Art History from Kala Bhavana, Santiniketan. Her research areas include photography, visual anthropology, and contemporary art practices.
A two-day colloquium in collaboration with India Foundation for the Arts, Bangalore, and School of Arts and Aesthetics, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), on 14 and 15 February 2014 at the School of Arts and Aesthetics Auditorium, JNU, New Delhi.
The Locating Art Histories colloquium marks the launch of Asia Art Archive's Bibliography of Modern and Contemporary Art-writing project, which has compiled an extensive and growing database of art writing in India from the late 19th century until 1990, across 13 languages. Taking into consideration the lively field of art writing in the subcontinent throughout the 20th century, the Bibliography Project began its cataloguing process in English, Tamil, Marathi, Kannada, Telugu, Oriya, Hindi, Bengali, Assamese, Gujarati, and Punjabi. Other languages (namely Urdu and Malayalam) are presently in planning stages. As of February 2014, more than 10,000, texts have been compiled, including books, book chapters, catalogues, entire periodicals, periodical entries, and newspapers.
The Bibliography Project, available online after its launch, will be the first of its kind to provide a consolidated database of published material on modern and contemporary art of India. At the time of launch, the online Bibliography will primarily comprise of material collated in two languages - Marathi and Tamil. Entries collated in the remaining languages will be uploaded during the course of 2014 and beyond. By sharing information on publications from libraries, institutions, and personal archives across several cities and languages, the online database hopes to enrich understanding of this exciting field and to be useful to students, scholars, researchers, artists, writers, and the art community at large.
By bringing together scholars and researchers, the colloquium will be a platform for generating public discussion around the specific contexts of art writing in India, its practitioners, recurrent themes, and its publics.
Day 1: Friday 14 Feb 2014, 10am - 5.30pm
|10am - 10.30am||Tea|
|10.30am - 10.50am||Introduction to AAA by Hammad Nasar|
|10.50am - 12pm||Keynote Address by Susie Tharu|
|12pm - 1pm||
Introduction to AAA Bibliography Project by
Sabih Ahmed and Sneha Ragavan
|1pm - 2.15pm||
Languages and their Fields
Moderator: Shivaji K Panikkar
|2.15pm - 3.20pm||
Panel 1: Art Writing in Marathi
Speakers: Rucha Kulkarni, Shukla Sawant
|3.20pm - 3.40pm||Tea|
|3.40pm - 4.45pm||
Panel 2: Art Writing in Tamil
Speakers: C P Krishnapriya, M S S Pandian
|4.45pm - 5.30pm||
Panel 3: Cross-regional Dialogues
A conversation with Shukla Sawant and M S S Pandian moderated by Shivaji K Panikkar
Day 2: Saturday 15 Feb 2014, 9.30am - 1.20pm
|9.30am - 10am||Tea
AAA Bibliography Project Language, Writing, and Research
|10am - 10.45am||
Panel 4: Periodicals
Moderator: Sabih Ahmad
Speakers: Nirmala Biluka, Vasvi Oza
|10.45am - 11.30pm||
Panel 5: Surveys of Art Writing
Moderator: Sneha Ragavan
Speakers: Lokesh Khodke, Madvesh Pandurangi
|Translating Contexts Anthology initiatives in India|
|11.30pm - 1pm||
Moderator: Parul Dave-Mukherji
Speakers: Prabodh Parikh, Tapati Guha-Thakurta, Piyush Daiya, R Nandakumar
|1pm - 1.20pm||Summation and closing by Hammad Nasar|
India Foundation for the Arts is an independent, philanthropic organisation based in Bangalore, which strongly believes that the world is a better place when artists can pursue their dreams. It enriches the practice and knowledge of, widens public access to, and strengthens the capacities and infrastructure of the arts in India by supporting innovative projects, commissioning research and creating public platforms.
The School of Arts and Aesthetics, Jawaharlal Nehru University (SAA, JNU) has a strong research slant that informs its teaching. Innovative courses attract students from disciplines such as art history, architecture, literature, and the social sciences on the one hand and cinema and performance practitioners on the other, who wish to engage with the theoretical and historical context of the arts. SAA, JNU is the only place in India where disciplines of cinematic, visual, and performing arts are offered in one integrated programme that allows students to understand the individual arts in relation to one another as well as in a broader context of history, sociology, politics, semiotics, gender, and cultural studies.
For more details and video, click here.
This page contains a list of existing published and online bibliographies on art that various researchers of the AAA Bibliography of Modern and Contemporary Art Writing Project came across during the course of our research. This list aims to be a useful resource for students, researchers, and scholars, and is an acknowledgement of existing endevaours in compiling bibliographies of art.
AAA’s Bibliography Project certainly took into account the fact that craft, folk art and tribal art were significant to the formation of discourses on modern and contemporary art in India. So while texts that discussed craft, folk art and tribal art practices within the context of modernism and modern art did come under the purview of the Project, the Bibliography did not include descriptive texts on craft traditions, folk art and tribal art. This was also done bearing in mind that there existed detailed bibliographies of such cultural forms and practices, references to some of which are provided below. And secondly, to avoid homogenizing and appropriating these distinct fields of cultural production within the discourse of modern art.
AAA hopes to expand this list as and when our researchers come across more bibliographies.
Bibliographies of Modern and Contemporary Art
D.C. Ghose, Bibliography of Modern Indian Art, New Delhi: Lalit Kala Akademi, 1985.
Atreyee Gupta, Modern and Contemporary Art of South Asia in Thomas DaCosta Kaufmann ed. Oxford Bibliographies in Art History (New York: Oxford University Press, 2014). Online edition last accessed: 29 October 2015
John Clark, Modern and Contemporary Asian Art: A Working Bibliography. 2011 version.
Last accessed: 29 October 2015
General Bibliographies with a section on Fine Arts
Shankar Narahar Joshi, "Chitrakala", in Shankar Ganesh Date ed., Marathi Grantha Suchi - 1800-1937, Pune: Date Suchi Mandal, 1943. (in Marathi)
Vasant Bhikaji Belsare ed., Marathi Niyatakalikanchi Suchi, 1951-1980, Mumbai: Mumbai Marathi Grantha Sangrahalaya, 2001. (in Marathi)
Sharad Keshav Sathe ed., Marathi Grantha Suchi, 1963-1970, Pune and Mumbai: Date Suchi Mandal and Rajya Marathi Vikas Samstha, 2006. (in Marathi)
Sharad Keshav Sathe ed., Marathi Grantha Suchi, 1951-1962, Vol. 3, Pune and Mumbai: Date Suchi Mandal and Rajya Marathi Vikas Samstha, forthcoming. (in Marathi)
Bibliographies on Folk Art, Craft, Tribal Art
Mariana T. Durbin, A Bibliography of Crafts and Folk Art in India, 1998. Compiled for the Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery (The Smithsonian's Museums of Asian Art, Washington D.C., USA).
Mohammad Rehan, "Tribal Art & Craft: Bibliography", Indira Gandhi Rahstriya Manav Sangrahalaya, Bhopal.
Last accessed 29 October 2015
Donald Clay Johnson, Agile Hands and Creative Minds: A Bibliography of Textile Traditions in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Bangkok: Orchid Press, 2000.
The Bibliography of Modern and Contemporary Art Writing would not have been possible without the generous support from various individuals who offered intellectual inputs, guidance, and access to published material that they possessed. Asia Art Archive is also very grateful to organizations and institutions that allowed access to their libraries and archives.
AAA would like to thank the following individuals, organisations, and institutions for their invaluable support:
The Avantha Group
Moushumi Kandali, Assistant Professor, Dean, School of Culture and Creative Expressions, Ambedkar University, Delhi, New Delhi
Tapati Guha Thakurta, Director, Centre for Studies in Social Sciences, Calcutta, Kolkata
Abhijit Bhattacharya, Documentation Officer, Archive, Centre for Studies in Social Sciences, Calcutta
Raman Sivakumar, Professor, Department of History of Art, Kala-Bhavana, Santiniketan
Sanjoy Kumar Mallik, Associate Professor in Visual Studies, School of Arts and Aesthetics, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi
Gulam Mohammed Sheikh, independent artist, Vadodara
Annapurna Garimella, Managing Trustee, Art, Resources and Teaching Trust, Bangalore
Ravikumar Kashi, Independent artist, Bangalore
Benoy P.J., Independent artist, poet, and art-critic, Kottayam
Santhosh S., Assistant Professor, School of Culture and Creative Expressions, Ambedkar University, Delhi, New Delhi
Shukla Sawant, Associate Professor, School of Arts and Aesthetics, JNU, New Delhi
Rajashree Biswal, Art critic and curator, New Delhi
Shivaji K Panikkar, Dean, School of Culture and Creative Expressions, Ambedkar University, Delhi, New Delhi
G. Sundar, Director/Trustee, Roja Muthiah Research Library, Chennai
B.S. Rohini Iyengar, Assistant Professor, Department of Sculpture & Painting, Potti Sreeramulu Telugu University, Hyderabad
Ghazanfar Zaidi, Dean, Faculty of Fine Arts, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi
A.L. Narasimhan, Bangalore
H.A. Anil Kumar, Bangalore
N. Pushpamala, Bangalore
Suresh Jayaram, Bangalore
Karnataka Lalithakala Academy, Bangalore
Karnataka Chithrakala Parishath, Library, Bangalore
Soubhagya Pathy, Bhubaneshwar
Balasore Art and Craft College, Library, Balasore
Lalit Kala Akademi Regional Centre, Bhubaneshwar
Odisha Lalit Kala Akademi, Bhubaneshwar
D.S. Kapoor, Chandigarh
Jagtej Grewal, Chandigarh
Malkit Singh, Mohali
S.S. Bhatti, Chandigarh
Urmi Kessar, Chandigarh Dept. of Fine Arts, Punjab University, Library, Chandigarh
Govt. College of Art, Library, Chandigarh
Govt. Museum, Library, Chandigarh
Kitab Ghar, Publication Bureau, Punjab University, Chandigarh
Punjab Kala Bhavan, Library, Chandigarh
Aparajithan Adimoolam, Chennai
R.B. Bhaskaran, Chennai
G. Chandrasekaran, Chennai
K. Dhalavai Sundaram, Chennai
K. Narendrakumar, Chennai
S. Nandagopal, Chennai
V. Anamika & N. Ramachandran, Chennai
A. Selvaraj, Chennai
C. Douglas, Chennai
P.S. Nandhan, Chennai
K.V. Haridasan, Chennai
Cholamandal Artist Village Cre-a, Chennai
Noolaham Foundation, Colombo, Sri Lanka
Roja Muthiah Research Library, Chennai
Abani Chakravarty, Guwahati
Debashish Bezbaruah, Guwahati
Dilip Goswami, Guwahati
Gauri Barman, Guwahati
Maneswar Brahma, Guwahati
Meghali Goswami, Guwahati
Neelpawan Baruah, Guwahati
Noni Borpuzary, Guwahati
Parineeta Bujorbaruah, Guwahati
Prabin Kumar Nath, Guwahati
Pulak Gogoi, Guwahati
Rajkumar Mazinder, Guwahati
Rupanjali Baruah, Guwahati
Samiran Baruah, Guwahati
Samudra Kajal Saikia, New Delhi
Subhakar Laskar, Guwahati
Assam Fine Arts & Crafts Society, Library, Guwahati
District Library, Guwahati
Gauhati Artist Guild, Library, Guwahati
Vijaya Brahma and Sobha Brahma Trust, Guwahati
Santhosh Kumar Sakhinala, Kolkata
Hyderabad Art Society, Hyderabad
Indira Gandhi Memorial Library, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad
Jawaharlal Nehru Architecture and Fine Arts University, Library, Hyderabad
Potti Sriramulu Telugu University, Library, Hyderabad
Osmania University, Main Library, Hyderabad
P.T. Reddy Museum, Hyderabad
State Archives, Hyderabad
Triveni Foundation, Hyderabad
N.N. Rimzon, Trivandrum
Dilip Janardanan, Pathanamthitta
College of Fine Arts, Trivandrum
Appan Thampuran Smaraka Library, Thrissur
College of Fine Arts, Thrissur
Ratnabali Chatterjee, Kolkata
Kamalika Mukherjee, Kolkata
Centre for Studies in Social Sciences, Calcutta, Kolkata
Ramkrishna Mission Institute of Culture, Library, Kolkata
National Library, Kolkata
Date Suchi Mandal, Pune
Madhuri Purandhare, Pune
Manmohan Saral, Mumbai
Prabhakar Kolte, Mumbai
Satish Naik, Thane
Sudhir Patwardhan, Mumbai
Mohile Parikh Centre for Visual Arts, Mumbai
Mumbai Marathi Grantha Sangrahalaya, Mumbai
Abhinav College, Library, Pune
Sir J.J. School of Art, Library, Mumbai
S.N.D.T. University, Pune
Geeta Kapur, New Delhi
Johny ML, New Delhi
Jyotish Joshi, New Delhi
S. Kalidas, New Delhi
Vinod Bhardwaj, New Delhi
Alkazi Foundation for the Arts, New Delhi
Eka Cultural Resources and Research, New Delhi
Jawaharlal Nehru University, Central Library, New Delhi
Foundation for Indian Contemporary Art, New Delhi
Lalit Kala Akademi, Library, New Delhi
Nehru Memorial Museum and Library, New Delhi
National Gallery of Modern Art, Library, New Delhi
National Council for Promotion of Urdu Language, Library, New Delhi
Jamia Hamdard, Library, New Delhi
Dara Shikoh Library, New Delhi
School of Arts and Aesthetics, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Library, New Delhi
Jogen Chowdhury, Santiniketan
Nirmalendu Das, Santiniketan
Pulak Dutta, Santiniketan
Dept. of History of Art, Kala Bhavana, Library, Visva Bharati University, Santiniketan
Rabindra Bhavana, Library, Visva Bharati University, Santiniketan
Showkat Kathjoo, Srinagar
Waseem Mushtaq Wani, Aligarh
Faculty of Fine Arts, Kashmir University, Srinagar
B.J.Institute of Learning and Research, Ahmedabad
Faculty of Fine Arts, Library, M.S. University, Vadodara
Department of Art History and Aesthetics, Faculty of Fine Arts, M.S. University, Vadodara
Department of Painting, Faculty of Fine Arts, M.S. University, Vadodara
Shirish Panchal, Vadodara
Biren Kothari, Vadodara
Urvish Kothari, Vadodara
A. Jesurasa, Jaffna
Ahilan Packiyanathan, Jaffna
Abhay Sardesai, Mumbai
Abhijit Tamhane, Mumbai
Amit Mukhopadhyay, Kolkata
Bose Krishnamachari, Mumbai
Delhi Art Gallery, New Delhi
Gayatri Sinha, New Delhi
Gieve Patel, Mumbai
Iftikhar Dadi, New York
John Clark, Sydney
Jyotindra Jain, New Delhi
K. Satchidanandan, New Delhi
Kavitha Balakrishnan, Thrissur
Keshav Malik, New Delhi
M.S.S. Pandian, New Delhi
Manisha Patil, Mumbai
Nancy Adajania, Mumbai
Parul Dave-Mukherji, New Delhi
Pranabranjan Ray, Kolkata
R. Nandakumar, New Delhi
Ranjit Hoskote, Mumbai
Rashmimala Devi, Vadodara
Sadanand Menon, Chennai
Saloni Mathur, Los Angeles, USA
Shilpi Goswami, New Delhi
Shuddhabrata Sengupta, New Delhi
Susie Tharu, Hyderabad
Vidya Shivadas, New Delhi
Vivek Shanbag, Bangalore
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