Fall 1999, Vol. 58, No. 3

In This Issue

Janet A. Kaplan, On Translation, 3


Patricia Phillips and Maxine Payne Caulfield, 4

Contemporary Indian Art

Fall 1999

Guest edited by Andrew L. Cohen and Marcella C. Sirhandi

Guest Editors’ Statements, 7

Andrew L. Cohenm, Contemporary Indian Painting: A Portfolio, 10

R. Siva Kumar, Modern Indian Art: A Brief Overview, 14

Mary-Ann Milford Lutzker, Intersections: Urban and Village Art in India, 22

Ajay J. Sinha, Contemporary Indian Art: A Question of Method, 31

Marcella C. SirhandiManipulating Cultural Idioms, 40

Preminda S. Jacob, Between Modernism and Modernization: Locating Modernity in South Asian Art, 48


María Fernández, Postcolonial Media Theory, 58

Michael Godby, William Kentridge: Retrospective, 74

Simon Leung with Janet A. Kaplan, Pseudo-Languages: A Conversation with Wenda Gu, Xu Bing, and Jonathan Hay, 86


Jonathan Applefield on Off Limits: Rutgers University and the Avant–Garde, 1957–1963; Emmett Williams and Ann Noël, eds., Mr. Fluxus: A Collective Portrait of George Maciunas, 1931–1978; Ken Friedman, ed., A Fluxus Reader. Andrés Zervigón on Lisa Saltzman, Anselm Kiefer and Art after Auschwitz; Anselm Kiefer: Works on Paper in the Metropolitan Museum of Art; Matthew Biro, Anselm Kiefer and the Philosophy of Martin Heiddegger. Margaret Werth on Naomi Sawelson-Gorse, ed., Women in Dada: Essays on Sex, Gender, and Identity. Robert Morgan on Global Conceptualism: Points of Origin, 1950s–1980s. Edward J. Sullivan on Anthony W. Lee, Painting on the Left: Diego Rivera, Radical Politics, and San Francisco’s Public Murals. John Alan Farmer on Hans Haacke, AnsichtsSachen/Viewing Matters