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I simply allow myself the way I am. The way I feel about life, art, my own practice. 

Atul Dodiya (Artist)

I was born and brought up in this suburb and for thirty years of my life I lived in a chawl with seven siblings; and I was painting in the verandah and my neighbour would see me painting.

Atul Dodiya (Artist)

At the age of 11, I wanted to be a painter

Atul Dodiya (Artist)

I learnt to see things differently, not merely to create within a context, but to create a context

Atul Dodiya (Artist)

I live in Ghatkopar, my figures are Indian in the sense that they would be dark skinned and they portray the life in India that includes the poverty, the concerns and the reality. But I don`t make any political statements.

Atul Dodiya (Artist)

For a figurative painter like me, the reality is slightly different.

Atul Dodiya (Artist)

I was passionate about painting from childhood. I come from a liberal Kathiawadi family and was brought up on old Guru Dutt (Legendary Indian Film maker) movies and classical music of Kumar Gandharva (Classical Singer).

Atul Dodiya (Artist)

I guess art is about responding to the world. So I think the way we respond to the world has been extremely different.

Anju Dodiya (Artist)

I think I am I would say quite closed. I look straight with two eyes, sometimes I tease him that he has octopus vision and is looking in all directions. 

Anju Dodiya (Artist)

I use furniture or, say, a curtain or a door to speak

Anju Dodiya (Artist)

I think we've gone totally public sculpture mad. I hate public sculpture ... Oh God, even the phrase makes me feel tired

Anish Kapoor (Sculptor)

It's the opposite. I'm interested in the opposite, and in the not-opposite. It's both. It will have a very, very dark interior. The idea is that a person will be able to walk in ... I have always been interested in antiphallic form - the opposite of which, of course, is deeply phallic. Hahahaha! It's not onwards and upwards ...

Anish Kapoor (Sculptor)

If Duchamp declared that all the objects in the world are art then I am interested in the next stage of that argument, which may have been prompted by Beuys in some way - that all the objects in the world are symbolic.

Anish Kapoor (Sculptor)

I want to write a grand opera! I want to deal with all the great human issues.

Anish Kapoor (Sculptor)

I’ve often said that I have nothing to say as an artist. The journey of an artist is a journey of discovery and some engagement with the nature of material, with bodily things and all that has led me to this place. 

Anish Kapoor (Sculptor)

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