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Ganesh Haloi: The Feeling Eye

by Mukund Lath, Jesal Thacker and Natasha Ginwala


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250 x 280 mm | 9.84 x 11 in
Paperback with gatefold | 92 pages
65 colour photographs
ISBN:
978-93-85360-26-8 (Mapin)

 
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Rs.1,950.00  | $39.50  | £26.00
 
 
 
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FOREWORD 

A LIGHTNESS OF SEEING: Natasha Ginwala

HALO I'S ABSTRACT VISION: MukundLath 

THE QUANTUM OF COLOUR: Jesal Thacker

PLATES 

HALOl'S NOTES: A RESONANCE OF HIS THOUGHTS 

BIOGRAPHY 

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Ganesh Haloi (1936), an artist of the 20th century, born in Jamalpur, Mymensingh (now in Bangladesh) moved to Calcutta after the Partition in 1950. In his life practice, Ganesh Haloi has cultivated a singular vocabulary of abstraction and landscape. Ganesh Haloi: The Feeling Eye documents his latest explorations of gouache on paper through images and thoughtful writings that reverberate with his artistic practice. It has notes by Haloi that resonate his thoughts about art, creation and life. Essays by noted collector and art aficionado Mukund Lath, curator and writer Natasha Ginwala and publisher and curator Jesal Thacker give a brief insight into the person Ganesh Haloi and his artistic journey. 

Published in association with Akar Prakar, Kolkata.

 

Mukund Lath is a thinker, scholar and cultural historian who has worked and written on various aspects of Indian arts, as well as history and philosophy. Jesal Thacker is an artist by training and well known as a specialist art consultant in modern and contemporary Indian art. Natasha Ginwala is a curator, researcher, and writer. She is curator of Contour Biennale 8 and curatorial advisor for documenta 14 (2017).

 

 

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