Discover perspectives & stories, nuanced histories & anecdotes related to the Progressive Art Movement and the development of Indian Modern Art.
In our pilot episode, immerse yourself in a masterclass with Abhay Sardesai, Editor of Art India Magazine as he takes you on a journey with Bombay’s Progressive Artists’ Group (PAG). Join in as he acquaints you with the dynamic landscape of the time that gave rise to the new school of Modern Indian art.
Tune in to a conversation with eminent art historian, Yashodhara Dalmia and the Editor of Art India Magazine, Abhay Sardesai as they navigate the life and times of master artist and eminent member of the Progressive Artists Group – Sayed Haider Raza. Traverse through his iconic life and works in this episode and get to know a doyen of Modern Indian art.
Art India Education brings to you its much awaited third episode entitled ‘Many Faces of the Modern: The PAG, The Lahore Circle and Other Collectives’.
In this episode, join Zehra Jumabhoy, UK based acclaimed art historian, writer and curator as she takes you through the process of curating an integrated Modern Art exhibition. Explore the context of modern south asian diasporic art collectives like the Lahore Circle, the PAG and more through an illuminating conversation between Zehra Jumabhoy and Abhay Sardesai.
Explore the ever-changing art world and its relationship with the art market in the Season 1 Finale of Art India Education! Join experts Tasneem Zakaria Mehta and Dadiba Pundole as they delve into the impact of the Progressives on the art market, the rapidly growing collector base, and the skyrocketing prices of artworks. With exclusive insights on the record-breaking auction of V. S. Gaitonde’s artwork, and much more, our final episode is a captivating discussion, taking you beyond art and art practices to understand the art world through unique perspectives.