Born in 1928, the artist Brij Mohan Anand was greatly informed by the political and social climate around him. Responding to the assumption that all art is political and that artists working within a particular context inevitably reflect and respond to their social and cultural environment the speakers will introduce B.M. Anand’s most provocative works. In this talk, art historian Dr. Alka Pande and artist Samit Das will describe the historical significance of these works and examine to what extent Anand’s aesthetics and practice are ideological products of this particular social, cultural and historical context. This talk will compliment the B.M. Anand exhibition display at India Art Fair.
The Life and Work of Brij Mohan Anand
February 12, 2018
Forum, India Art Fair Grounds