This 5 Questions interview features art historian and curator Atreyee Gupta. Discussing the particularity and situatedness of perspectives, she presents the national and the regional as possibly conflicting categories, challenging us to unlearn both Western and Indian art history and begin to put things together altogether differently. She encourages thinking and research around networks, nodes, and points of intersection rather than seismic moments, also offering an important disambiguation of the terms global and globalization.
Art historian Anthony Gardner reminds us to think of art historical categories as broad and flexible, and identifies exhibition histories in the former Yugoslavia, as a rich area of interest.
Art historian Emilia Terracciano examines the possibility of developing and de-colonizing narrative tools for the writing of (Indian) art history.
Artist and art historian Camilo Leyva considers how the practices of artists in the 1960s opened up many paths for contemporary artists in Colombia today.