5 Questions with Emilia Terracciano

In this 5 Questions interview, art historian Emilia Terracciano examines the possibility of developing and de-colonizing narrative tools for the writing of (Indian) art history. She speaks about the promise of student work seen at the most recent Kochi-Muziris Biennale and lauds that as a platform for both production and research. She also discusses the importance of private museum initiatives, which fulfill a need for education and accessibility.

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