• Book: Lalit Kala Contemporary - Special Triennale Number
    Title of Article/Essay: Figurative and Abstract Art - A Symposium
    Author: S.A. Krishnan
    Editor: Jaya Appasamy
    Date, Year: circa 1968
    Reference Type: Periodical Article
    Language: English
    Volume: 7, 8
    Pages: 24-37
    Publisher: Lalit Kala Akademi
    Place Published: New Delhi
    Country Published: India
    Descriptive Tags: Symposium, Figuration, Abstraction, Aesthetics, Mythology, Formalism, Tradition, Spectator, Modern Art, Science, Technology, Paris, Modernity, Perception, Civilization, Religion, Mimesis, Constructivism, Renaissance, Progress, Pre-Modern, Spiritualism, Avant-Garde, Technique, Colour, Universalism, China, National, Derivative, Surrealism, Art Movement, Art History, Programme Review, Report
    Artist/s Mentioned: Laxman Pai, Paul Klee, Picasso, Marc Chagall, El Greco, Georges Braque, Georges Rouault, Bimal Das Gupta, J. Swaminathan, K.G. Subramanyan, Alexander Calder, Joseph Albers, Mark Rothko, K.K. Hebbar, Sunil Kumar Bhattacharya, Dhanraj Bhagat, Chintamoni Kar, Naum Gabo, K.S. Kulkarni, Jehangir Sabavala, Sankho Chaudhuri, N.S. Bendre, J. Sultan Ali
    Other Persons Mentioned: Geeta Kapur, Charles Fabri, Nikolaus Pevsner, Selden Rodman,
    Remarks: This issue of Lalit Kala Contemporary combines numbers 7 and 8 of the Journal, and is brought out as a Special Number on the occasion of the First Triennale-India organized by the Lalit Kala Akademi in New Delhi - February 10 to March 31, 1968.
    Other Contributors in Publication: Mulk Raj Anand, Helen-Lee Jones, G. Di San Lazzaro, Jaya Appasamy, Louise Janin, S.A. Krishnan, Margit Staber, Bert Schierbeek, Clare Bice, Dolf Welling, I. Rice Pereira, Herbert Read, Charles Fabri, Badri Narayan, Jagdish Mittal, Mohim Roodro, M.V. Devan
    Where we found it: Library: Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi