• Atul Dodiya, Sunday Morning Marine Drive, 1995, oil, acrylic, and marble dust on canvas, 72 x 96".

    Atul Dodiya

    National Gallery of Modern Art | New Delhi

    Atul Dodiya’s “Experiments with Truth” was the first survey show of a living Indian artist at the National Gallery. Curated by Ranjit Hoskote, the exhibition looked back on three decades of Dodiya’s practice and showcased more than eighty works, including paintings on paper, canvas, laminate boards, and rolling shutters, and assemblages housed in glass cabinets. The show wasn’t expansive enough to be considered a retrospective, particularly because a few significant bodies of work—“Cracks in Mondrian,” 2005, and “Broken Branches,” 2003, to name two—were not represented. Still, “

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