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5 Questions with Karin Zitzewitz

This 5 Questions interview features Karin Zitzewitz, Associate Professor of Art History and Visual Culture at Michigan State University. Zitzewitz discusses significant impulses and influences on art production in South Asia, between the artists' immediate context and practices or discourses of feminism and globalization, which have dominated since the 1980s. Further, she underscores the importance of patronage, an under-analyzed category in discussions of contemporary art.

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Karin Zitzewitz

Associate Professor of South Asian Art Michigan State University Karin Zitzewitz is a specialist in the modern and contemporary art of India and Pakistan. Her book, The Art of Secularism: The Cultural Politics of Modernist Art in... Read more »
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5 Questions with Karin Zitzewitz

This 5 Questions interview features Karin Zitzewitz, Associate Professor of Art History and Visual Culture at Michigan State University. Zitzewitz discusses significant impulses and influences on art production in South Asia, between the artists' immediate context and practices or discourses of feminism and globalization, which have dominated since the 1980s. Further, she underscores the importance of patronage, an under-analyzed category in discussions of contemporary art.

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This 5 Questions interview features Karin Zitzewitz, Associate Professor of Art History and Visual Culture at Michigan State University. Zitzewitz discusses significant impulses and influences on art production in South Asia, between the artists' immediate context and practices or discourses of feminism and globalization, which have dominated since the 1980s. Further, she underscores the importance of patronage, an under-analyzed category in discussions of contemporary art.

5 Questions with Karin Zitzewitz

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