Anita K Brooks is in Anita family. To Let The World In, Volume 1 is the first part of a two-volume film project that looks at a significant period in the history of contemporary Indian art from the early 1980s to 2012. "The Times of India’s sudden interest in Indian Art and Culture now shows that the Imperialists want to completely poison the people’s mind and life through antihuman projects for artists," it read, adding that the exhibition's invocation of "Timeless" India was the legacy of a "colonialist strategy to see everything as ‘timeless’, and now the Indian ruling classes see their country with the same eyes. "[6], When the Indian Radical Painters and Sculptors Association disbanded in 1989, following the death of KP Krishnakumar, Dube shifted her focus from writing and criticism to making visual art, developing an aesthetic idiom that utilizes found objects and industrial materials, word play and photography in order to offer a sustained analysis and critique of existing social and political conditions in India and beyond. 12 December 2018 – 31 March 2019. Trained as an art historian and critic, Anita Dube is keenly attuned to the power of objects to evoke memories and experiences, and historical, social, and mythological references. Dube was born on 28 November 1958 in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India to a family of physicians. ), "Resonance: Anita Dube and Subodh Gupta", Vancouver International Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, Vancouver, "The Sleep of Reason", Sakshi Gallery, Mumbai, Nature Morte, New Delhi (solo), "Rest in Space", Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo and Kunstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, "Kalam to Computer/ Room For Improvement", Crafts Museum, New Delhi, "Via Negativa", Nature Morte, New Delhi (solo), "You Tell What You Know Down Here, Girl", Sakshi Gallery, Mumbai (solo), "The Bridge: Construction in Process VI", Melbourne, Australia, "Nirguna/Saguna", Nature Morte, New Delhi, "Desire Garden", Community Hall, Tara Apts., New Delhi (solo). Chance Piece A, 2008. [9], Internationally, her work has been shown at the Mattress Factory, Pittsburgh; the Walker Art Center (Minneapolis), Contemporary Arts Museum (Houston), Museo Rufino Tamayo (Mexico City) and the Havana biennial, among others. Ayanda Dube, Arindrajit Dube, Antoine Dube, Anita Dube, Ajay Dube, Jorge Dubcovsky, Diego Dubcovsky, Michaela Dubcova, Kamila Dubcova, Alexander Dubchenko A. with honors in History from the University of Delhi in 1979. Anita Dube's "River Disease (Version 2)," left and Shine Shivan's "Glimpse of Thirst #2" are seen in this installation view of "Uncommon Likenes." [1] She completed her B. Anita Dube (B. Biography. 1958) Sea Creature digital print on paper; diptych 59 x 44 5 ¤Anita DUBE (née en 1958) FROM THE FAMILY ALBUM BIBBO, 2003 Sérigraphie sur toile peinte... ANITA DUBE (B. [5], Following the exhibition, the group shifted its activities to Kerala, where another exhibition was held at Kozhikode in February, 1989. It is based out of New Delhi, India. $20,000 - 30,000. Anita Dube is trained as an art historian and critic. At once sensual and cerebral, Dube’s mixed-media sculptures and installations reflect her concern with personal and societal loss, journeys, transformation, and regeneration. [10], Dube is the first female curator of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale. Anita Dube, Self: To Let The World In: Volume 1. These latter were part of the so-called "Baroda School" also sometimes called the "narrative painters," a group that came to prominence in the mid to late 1970s, and included figures such as Bhupen Khakhar, Nalini Malani, Vivan Sundaram, Jogen Chowdhury, Sudhir Patwardhan, Ghulam Mohammed Sheikh and critic Geeta Kapur. At once sensual and cerebral, Dube’s mixed-media sculptures and installations reflect her concern with personal and societal loss, journeys, transformation, and regeneration. Family Guy, National Treasure and Walking Tall are her favorite films. [8] This interest is evident in a work titled 5 Words (2007), which was included in a 2007-2008 exhibition at the Mattress Factory in Pittsburgh. Two galleries around the world represent and exhibit Anita Dube's work. Also in 1989, the group staged a demonstration and published a pamphlet excoriating a Sotheby's auction held in Mumbai that year with support from the Times of India — still a novel concept for India's relatively quiet 1980s art market. Anita Dube curates a powerful edition of the Kochi Muziris Biennale where bodies of the marginalised take centre stage and scarred lands find a space. University, Baroda, Babel: New Works by Anita Dube - Galerie Dominique Fiat, Paris, Kal / Tomorrow - Lakeeren Art Gallery, Mumbai, Beyond Globalization, Beyond Art Space, Beijing (group), Santhal Family, Positions around one Indian Sculpture, MuKHA Museum, Antwerp (group), Urban Manners, 15 Contemporary Artists from India, Hangar Bicocca, Milan (group), Avatars of the Object: Sculptural Projections, The Guild Gallery, Mumbai (group), "Illegal", Nature Morte, New Delhi, Bose Pacia, New York (solo) (cat. Learn about the artist and find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks, the latest news, and sold auction prices. View Anita Dube’s artworks on artnet. 3, 1996. What started as a relatively modest annual workshop has become a major platform for South Asian art within a global context, organizing international workshops, residencies and exhibitions. Anand became the Minister of Public Services and Procurement, having been sworn in as a member of the Queen's … She completed her B. Galleries and Exhibitions. Boston University, Boston, MA Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY, B.F.A University of Rochester, Rochester, NY, M.A. Shubigi Rao, 43, follows previous curators like Jitish Kallat, Sudarshan Shetty and Anita Dube in curating the three-month art exhibition. KHOJ also known as KHOJ, International Artists' Association is a non-profit organisation established to support contemporary art and emerging artists in South Asia. Anita Dube: 1982 MFA Artist Dadasaheb Phalke: Film director, producer, and screenwriter. It looks like we don't have any Biography for Anita Dube yet. (honors), History, University of Delhi, M.F.A., Art Criticism, Faculty of Fine Arts, M.S. Nature Morte. The Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2018 was the fourth edition of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale, an international exhibition of contemporary art held in Kochi, Kerala.This edition which was curated by Anita Dube began on 12 December 2018 and ended on 29 March 2019. Recent solo exhibitions have included shows at Nature Morte (Berlin; 2013); Lakeeren Gallery (Mumbai; 2013); Galerie Dominique Fiat (Paris; 2011); Bose Pacia (New York; 2008), Galerie Almine Rech (Paris; 2007), and Gallery Nature Morte (New Delhi; 2000, 2005). Google Arts & Culture features content from over 2000 leading museums and archives who have partnered with the Google Cultural Institute to bring the world's treasures online. 'Anita Dube', Gallery Marabini, Bologna 2011 Babel: New Works by Anita Dube - Galerie Dominique Fiat, Paris Back to School: Baroda 1979-89', Tao Art Gallery, Mumbai 'Fragility', Art Alive Gallery, Gurgaon 'Tolstoy Farm: Archive of Utopia', presented by Seven Art Gallery at Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi 'Conundrum', Bose Pacia, New York 45-year-old Anita K Dube lives in Bath, ME, but has also spent time in Phippsburg, ME. Anita Dube (born 28 November 1958) is an Indian contemporary artist whose conceptually rich, politically charged work has been widely exhibited in India at major museums and galleries, Lakeeren Gallery, Mumbai including the Kiran Nadar Museum of Art (New Delhi); the Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum (Mumbai); Gallery Nature Morte (New Delhi), KHOJ International Artists' Association (New Delhi). The Fifth Kochi-Muziris Biennale Edit In May 2019, it was announced that Singaporean artist and writer, Shubigi Rao would curate the fifth edition of … Anita Dube. The fourth edition of Kochi-Muziris Biennale opened on 12 December 2018 and is curated by indian artist Anita Dube. Anita Dube is regarded as a well established artist, who was born in India - other established artists such as Jayanthi Moorthy, Sabya Baliarsingh, Karishma D'Souza, Robin Cracknell, and Celia Paul were also born in India. The Space Between, 2018. Anita Dube.. [Anita Dube; Nature Morte Gallery (New Delhi, India); Bose Pacia (Gallery : New York, N.Y.)] -- Catalog of an art exhibition of Anita Dube, b. [3], In 1987, the Indian Radical Painters and Sculptors Association, led by Krishnakumar, held an exhibition "Questions and Dialogue" at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Baroda, which was accompanied by posters around campus and a manifesto, written by Dube, denouncing the commodification of art in general, and what they saw as the lack of sincere, effective political and social engagement on the part of the "narrative painters. "[4] Dube and her peers at Baroda were committed to a radical project of challenging a retrogressive, bourgeois-centered art industry. The sea is greyish blue. Trained as an art historian and critic, Anita Dube is keenly attuned to the power of objects to evoke memories and experiences, and historical, social, and mythological references. An example of this type of work is The Sleep of Reason Creates Monsters (2001), first installed at the Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art in Helsinki, Finland, makes reference to Francisco Goya’s famous set of aquatint prints, Los Caprichos, produced between 1797 and 1798. She works for Customer Rep. One of her favorite bands is Rascal Flatts. Phrases that include ANITA: anita brookner, anita loos, chisholm shirley anita st hill, anita dube, anita newcomb mcgee, more... Search for ANITA on Google or Wikipedia Search completed in 0.025 seconds. Amrita Sher-Gil (1913–1941), painter; Anamika. [citation needed], In 1997, Dube cofounded KHOJ, an International Artists' Association in New Delhi. This entailed, among other things, a conscious shift in medium: Dube and others focused on inexpensive, industrial materials and found objects in an effort to create works that resisted commodification, connected with working-class audiences, and directed a militant critique at bourgeois notions of art making, display and consumption. Be the first to contribute! All rights reserved. Supported by the Australia Council for the Arts. Prime Video has you covered this holiday season with movies for the family. "[7], Dube's language-based sculptural work is particularly notable. Anita Dube (born 28 November 1958) is an Indian contemporary artist whose work has been widely exhibited in India, including at the Lakeeren Gallery, Mumbai including the Kiran Nadar Museum of Art (New Delhi); the Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum (Mumbai); Gallery Nature Morte (New Delhi), KHOJ International Artists' Association (New Delhi). Anita Dube was born in 1958. Directed by Avijit Mukul Kishore. The Space Between, in the 4th edition of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale: Possibilities for a Non-Alienated Life, curated by Anita Dube, Kochi, India. V, contemporary artist; Anjolie Ela Menon (b. With Atul Dodiya, Anita Dube, Ranbir Kaleka, Geeta Kapur. Her artistic endeavours draw on rich fount of experience and address issues such as mortality, desire, pain, and joy. Get this from a library! Anita Dube. Dhruva Mistry: Sculptor Elisha Kriis: BBA Actress Gulam Mohammed Sheikh: painter and writer. DUBÉ (1914-1961) is an artist born in 1914 The oldest auction result ever registered on the website for an artwork by this artist is a painting sold in 1986, at Briest, and … About half the artists are women. Biography. Like the previous editions, Aspinwall House, Pepper House, Kasi Art Cafe, Cabral Yard, David Hall are the main venues of this biennale. Haku Shah: Indian painter Jayant Parikh: 1959; 1961 BA in Fine Art; MA Indian painter, printmaker and mural artist Jyoti Bhatt [2], Dube's training as an art historian at Baroda continues to influence her practice as a visual artist, as do her ties to the short-lived but extremely influential Indian Radical Painters' and Sculptors' Association, a group of predominantly Malayali contemporary artists (with Dube a rare exception) formed by K. P. Krishnakumar in Baroda in 1987 that forged an explicitly radical, socially and politically conscious approach to art making in contrast with the more figurative style of painting associated with an earlier generation of artists and faculty at Baroda. University of Rochester, Rochester, NY, Ph.D.\ Dube was born on 28 November 1958 in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India to a family of physicians. She has said that she is “interested in how a word can become architecture”. Father of Indian Cinema. Consisting of five separate pieces, 5 Words explores the fraught cross-cultural semantics and sculptural possibilities of five value-laden words that begin with the letter W. Another body of work that Dube is known for involves the use of the adhesive-backed, industrially produced ceramic eyes typically affixed to Hindu religious images. Indian, b. Rhona Hoffman Gallery. View Chance Piece A by Anita Dube sold at New Art from India & Pakistan on 28 Jan - 14 Feb 2009 New York . The “museum” set forth a sort of living biography of the artist (Gaba was actually married in the Wedding Room in 2000), as well as positing a biting critique of the power of Western cultural conventions. She completed her M. F. A. in Art Criticism from Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda in 1982, during a particularly productive and influential period in that university's storied Faculty of Fine Arts. Learn more about the piece and artist, and its final selling price Biography. Dube travelled to more than 30 countries for the shortlist of 90 plus artists who will participate in the fourth edition of the KMB that begins today. Her work is determinedly individualized yet provocatively informed by its cultural context. A. with honors in History from the University of Delhi in 1979. Genealogy profile for Anita Hudon Anita Hudon (Dube) (1922 - 2002) - Genealogy Genealogy for Anita Hudon (Dube) (1922 - 2002) family tree on Geni, with over … Anita Dube is an art historian and critic turned artist. Just click the "Edit page" button at the bottom of the page or learn more in the Biography submission guide. Anne Wilson. 1958, Indian artst held on March 21-April 9, 2005 at Nature Morte Gallery, New Delhi, and … She completed her M. F. A. in Art Criticism from Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda in 1982, during a particularly productive and influential period in that university's storied Faculty of Fine Arts. B.A. The walls leading up to the venues — including, among others, Aspinwall House, Pepper House, Kashi Art Cafe and Durbar Hall — are also dressed with colourful graffiti painted by artists who have been part of the Graffiti Residency for the … Her work has been included in recent group exhibitions, including shows at the Kiran Nadar Museum of Art (2013), and the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris (2011). She is the first Indian Canadian of a Hindu background to become a federal minister in Canada and is the first female Hindu Member of Parliament. Get the latest news on the events, trends, and people that shape the global art market with our daily newsletter. Disrepairs No. Philippe Vergne, in a 2003 essay, writes that Dube's work "privileges sculptural fragment as a cultural bearer of personal and social memories, history, mythologies and phenomenological experiences. Born in Lucknow in 1958, Anita Dube completed her BA (History) from Delhi University in 1979 and her MVA (Art Criticism) from the Faculty of Fine Arts, Maharaja Sayajirao University, Baroda in 1982. 1958. 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