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Positions of power are not necessarily in the hands of women anyway.

Anita Dube (Artist)

I want to explore the vexed question of the relationship between art and politics as well as the possibilities of a non-alienated life.

Anita Dube (Artist)

Through three editions, the KMB has gained a reputation for being one of the most important exhibitions of its kind around the world. It is an honour and a very big challenge to be declared curator of this wonderful platform.

Anita Dube (Artist)

I am delighted that the jurors thought I can deliver. I accept the responsibility with excitement and humility. It is early days yet and my thoughts will no doubt undergo several changes going forward, but I view this as an opportunity to do something special

Anita Dube (Artist)

It is a matter of great honour and pride for the Kochi Biennale Foundation (KBF) to have Anita Dube as the curator of Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2018. She is one of the most respected artists of our country. She is renowned for her conceptually-rich, politically-charged works.

Riyas Komu (Artist)

Basically I have created my own rules. I was the first to use colours like violet, shocking pink, bright yellow and green on large spaces. I used flat colours.

Manjit Bawa (Painter)

I do hundreds of drawings. I then trace these drawings on to the canvas. My work is planned. 

Manjit Bawa (Painter)

Painting is a discipline where you have to think and execute. 

Manjit Bawa (Painter)

There has to be a certain freshness and newness in one's art, otherwise it's pointless to pursue it. To be different means doing something you have never done before.

Manjit Bawa (Painter)

My mother would try to dissuade me, saying art was not a means of livelihood. But my spiritual leanings dispelled my fears. I had no qualms. I believed God would provide me with food and I would earn the rest

Manjit Bawa (Painter)

There never was any 'male domination' in Indian art. Moreover, here painters tend to come to the support of other painters. 

Manjit Bawa (Painter)

My experience there has been a little better. There you find some serious writing as well. 

Manjit Bawa (Painter)

No modern artist would like to confine himself to one identity. Nor would I like to promote myself through it.

Manjit Bawa (Painter)

My mythology is de-conventionalised and personal, as indeed are my methods and materials . 

Mrinalini Mukherjee (Sculptor)

My idea of the sacred is not rooted in any specific culture. To me it is a feeling that I may get in a church, mosque, temple, or forest .

Mrinalini Mukherjee (Sculptor)

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