Modern Indian Visual Arts: Indicators And Catalysts Of Economic Development
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 3156-3168
AbstractCommunity Economic Development (C.E.D.). Has taken the contours of a recognised form of economical growth of every country though their approach may indicate diverse policies, applications and different strategies to fulfil them. In fact, a general trend is noticed that large section of the public can participate in various processes to develop and institutionalise the changes caused by various factors. This is deliberately undertaken for the success of the CED. Art, as it is creative machinery of the community one must look at the skilled output having aesthetic sense as the Visual, acoustic and literary dimensions reflect intellectual faculty as well as general cultural scenario of the corresponding society. Artist, irrespective of his/ her medium select elements developed, practiced and institutionalised by their community members. It is the serious endeavour of these researchers to select certain visual artists and their important creations to see how they have transmitted their thoughts and experiences as a participant and a catalyst to bring a social change and as an indicator to showcase a discernible community transformation brought by economical development.
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