The Carlos Museum’s “Mandala” exhibition offers a well-curated combination of ancient artifacts and contemporary displays.
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Twentieth-century Indian art is inevitably viewed in the framework of North American/European art history. While the four millennia of Indian art stand to speak volumes on the work of any Indian artist, the more immediate effect of colonialism tends to define the relationship of modern Indian artists with regard to well-known contemporaneous Western artists and [...]