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Rooted Landscapes
The Art of Rini Dhumal

Edited by Ina Puri

The world of painter Rini Dhumal is an amalgam of myth and realism. She has experimented with varied mediums.
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Category: Art, Artist Monographs, Contemporary Art, Painting, Women's Studies
Tags: Rini Dhumal, artist, Indian women, monograph, painter
 
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254 x 292 mm | 10 x 11.5 in
Hardcover | 248 pages
256 colour illustrations
ISBN:
978-81-89995-45-4 (Mapin)
978-1-935677-06-2 (Grantha)?
 
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Table of contents

Foreword

The Empress of Solitude

From Kali to Durga

Rini Dhumal's woman

Reiterations - Self in the Making

Catalogue

Travelogues

A Woman with Wings

Illustrated Biography

The Contributors

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Description

Rini Dhumal has experimented with every conceivable medium ranging from print-making, graphics and ceramics, with fantastic results, and created a cultural vocabulary uniquely her own.

Her sketchbooks, with jottings of her initial responses before they take shape as paintings or other artworks, reveal the coming together of her hand and spirit. Drawing upon a storehouse of historical details, the splendours of her childhood, and anecdotal references from various travels, she creates a vivid aesthetic in her art-making.

In her pictorial world, nostalgia and sombre tones meet to create powerful protagonists that exude raw primal energy. We see representations of memory and recollection, distilled by her imagination which emerges from deep convictions and courage. Incarnations of the quintessential Indian Woman, quiet, with aloof confidence and devoid of any fragility, dominate the earthy landscapes. Stories of displacement, chance encounters and tales of far-away lands, integrating with symbolism and perception, are all part of her oeuvre. One comes upon, at once, the universality and intimate familiarity in the fluid forms.

Foreword by K G Subramanyan and contributions from Roobina Karode, Mahesh Elkunchwar, Anil Dharker, Karan Grover

 
 

Praise

The large body of work that she [Rini Dhumal] has produced in the last few years seems to be diverse iconic representations, or avatars, of a personal identity she is giving chase to.
Prof. K.G. Subramanyan, in the Foreword

 

 

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