Frontiers Reimagined: Art That Connects Us by Sundaram TagoreFrontiers Reimagined: Art That Connects Us by Sundaram Tagore

Frontiers Reimagined: Art That Connects Us

bySundaram Tagore, Marius Kwint

Hardcover | February 23, 2016

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Modes of exchange as interpreted by fourty-four prominent artists on the world scene. The phenomenon of globalization, with cultures colliding and melding as never before, offers rich and complex sources of inspiration for artists. Frontiers Reimagined examines the results of these cultural entanglements through the work of forty-four artists who are exploring the notion of cultural boundaries. These artists—who come from a vast geographical area stretching from the West to Asia and Africa—share a truly global perspective, both in their physical existence, living and working between cultures, and their artistic endeavors. Each demonstrates the intellectual and aesthetic riches that emerge when artists engage in intercultural dialogue.
Sundaram Tagore is an art historian, gallerist, and filmmaker. Born in Kolkata, he lives and works in New York City, Hong Kong, and Singapore, promoting East–West dialogue through his four art galleries and their multicultural and multidisciplinary events. Marius Kwint is an art historian born in Sacramento, California. He lives and wo...
Title:Frontiers Reimagined: Art That Connects UsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:120 pages, 11.7 × 9.7 × 0.6 inPublished:February 23, 2016Publisher:RizzoliLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:8831721933

ISBN - 13:9788831721936

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"The Venice Biennale remains the most prestigious art organization in the world, secured as the last refuge where art and its meaning take precedence over material concerns. . . There are indeed many gifts to be found in [Frontiers Reimagined], including works by Rabindranath Tagore, Rauschenberg and Christo, precursors and potent symbols of a boundless art world."