Indigenius Artists - India' presents 11 rich traditions of Indian art and craft and the indigenous art communities in the villages across 11 Indian states where they originated. These contemporary artists are recognised on an equal platform with leading contemporary African, Oceanic and Aboriginal artists and their artworks are in the collections of art lovers and museums around the world – in the US, Europe, Japan and Russia. At the end of the book is a list of artisans and their contact details so that they can receive commissions directly.This hard-cover book has 328 pages illustrated with artworks. The author Sunita Nair was previously editing The Taj Magazine, published by Indian Hotels Company Ltd. The photographer Salamat Husain has an eye for photographing art creatively, being the grandson of the legendary artist M.F. Husain. The art director Fravashi Aga graduated from the London Art School and has designed books for leading Indian corporates and British publishers. The editor Shefali Balsari-Shah was the former head of department for English Literature at St. Xavier& College Mumbai. Size of the book: 9.75 x 11.25 inches (25x29 cm)
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