Rose Fried Gallery Catalogue – Catalogue

Series nameChandra in the 1960s
Description

This colour A4 catalogue was produced for an exhibition of Avinash Chandra’s paintings in New York. The exhibition was held at the Rose Fried Gallery, New York from 22 October until 20 November 1968. The catalogue provides a background to Avinash Chandra’s work and exhibitions, an essay written he wrote (reprinted from the October 1968 issue of “Studio International”), and fifty-two images of his paintings. The front cover of the catalogue is a painting by Avinash Chandra, from the collection of Mr and Mrs Pascal Kaplan, New York.

Date of Creation / Publication1968
CreatorRose Fried Gallery
Associated Person/ OrganisationChandra, Avinash
LocationNew York
Collection and Reference NumberAvinash Chandra Collection (GB 2661 AC)
Catalogue NumberAC/1960/11
CopyrightValerie Murray Chandra
Access to originalsThe originals are located with Valerie Murray Chandra
Series notesThe 1960s saw Avinash Chandra gain recognition as a 'powerful' artist by the artistic community in London, and receive much publicity in the UK media. He travelled and exhibited in art galleries across the UK, Europe and North America, was introduced to Queen Elizabeth, and had a BBC documentary made about his work. In 1965, Avinash Chandra became the first Indian-British artist to have work displayed at the Tate Gallery in London. He moved to New York in 1966 and returned to London in 1969. This grouping features several exhibition catalogues, flyers, photographs and drawings by Avinash Chandra.
Collection notesThe Avinash Chandra Collection is divided by decades and a grouping featuring selected slides. The 1950s to 1980s sections feature exhibition catalogues, photographs of paintings, drawings and murals and promotional material. The selections of 35mm slides depict Chandra's art work over the decades.
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