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Dialogues with history
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Subodh Kerkar’s installations are meditations on the colonial past, nature and history where the boundary between art and life stands disrupted. By K. SATCHIDANANDAN


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Congratulation Subodh, history and artist always together. For their
non- mentioned part of dialogue is another artist's inspiration.
from:  Bhaskar Hande
Posted on: Jun 13, 2013 at 15:51 IST
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