Posted on February 21st, 2011 No comments
Contemporary art have always been attracting the worldwide art lovers since many years and it have a significant place in the world of art. It doesn't matter that the art work belongs to which region or country, but it attracts every eyeball. There is a tremendous growth in the Indian contemporary art and it has achieved the top position in the world contemporary art and it's all because of the Indian artist's innovative approach.
Although it may seem like a provocation, the contemporary Indian art is very old. It has about forty years and is still contemporary, though, of course, has been changing over the years. An unwritten history of Indian contemporary art pick up his powerful birth in the mid of sixties, and it's classic moment during the seventies. The paradox is purely terminological, since here we use the term contemporary, not their sense of current, but in a generic sense that slowly is emerging among sociologists, historians and art theorists, but without there being less unanimity. The use of contemporary in the sense that it proposes seems to us a convenient and rigorous action to collect a wide variety of families and individuals. There is a big contribution from the Indian artists to grow the contemporary art in the past and present days.
Within the panorama of indigestible contemporary art confluence of two trends. The first has to do with aesthetics as practiced during the modern period, based on the experience of formality as something that transcends the real and natural. The second is more related to the experience of enjoyment, as a principle an art of the difference, an art budgets and aspirations different to modern art. In contemporary art, there is a combination of philosophy and psychoanalysis. The perception aesthetics goes hand in hand of psychic structure, driven by parental authority imposed by the institutions (school, museum, etc) and into the instinct of pleasure and desire of self, both facing in the sand as possible and the indefinite.
If one were to summarize very bluntly what contemporary art is well understood, we should say it is one that departs from the ancient tradition of Western art, breaking with a history museum that Indeed the vanguards had continued candidly, and adopts a reflective stance that takes no account of the work or the artist as the essence of artistic practice.