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The ‘boom’ that followed the socio-economic transformations in the country marked a significant shift towards globalised modalities in art practice and curation. In this Lesson, we’ve seen the phenomenon through examples of a few artists who have been important drivers of this shift. Take the following quiz to ensure that you can recollect some important takeaways.
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- What socio-economic forces formed the contextual backdrop for the ‘art boom’ in the 2000s? You may select more than one answer.
2. Subodh Gupta is best known for his sculptural installations that feature everyday and found objects such as utensils, pots and pans.CorrectIncorrect
3. What does the bindi symbolise in Bharti Kher’s practice? You may select more than one answer.CorrectIncorrect
4. Which of the following statements accurately describe Subodh Gupta’s ‘Very Hungry God’ and the symbolism of the work? You may select more than one answer.CorrectIncorrect
5. Which of the following works by Jitish Kallat references historic texts to address contemporary socio-political issues?CorrectIncorrect
6. Which contemporary artist is considered a pioneer of internet-based art in India?CorrectIncorrect
7. Which of the following statements accurately describes Bharti Kher’s ‘Six Women’? You may select more than one answer.CorrectIncorrect
8. Which of the following statements accurately describe Shilpa Gupta’s ‘1:14.9’? You may select more than one answer.CorrectIncorrect
9. In his work ‘Public Notice 3′, how does Jitish Kallat make a statement condemning acts of terrorism and religious bigotry across the world?CorrectIncorrect
10. Drag and drop the name of the artist to their corresponding artwork.
- Jitish Kallat
- Bharti Kher
- Subodh Gupta
- Shilpa Gupta
11. What are the major themes that Bharti Kher explores in her sculpture, ‘And All the While the Benevolent Slept’? You may select more than one answer.CorrectIncorrect