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Posts tagged ‘Hungryalist Movement’

Photo-Essay: On Fifth Avenue

By Matthew Bialer
Photo-Essay: On Fifth Avenue

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Photo-Essay: A walk through the East Village

By Sally Davies
Photo-Essay: A walk through the East Village

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Photo-Essay: Chasing the Mad Wind

By Ishan Marvel & Akash Sangma
Photo-Essay: Chasing the Mad Wind

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Face-To-Face With Subimal Basak

By Tanmoy Bhattacharjee
What happened in the Sixties was different. We were going against the establishment, the trends, through our writing. At that point, the establishment was Anandabazaar Patrika, big newspapers. We were against them. We were against the gatekeepers of culture.

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Excerpts from an interview with Juliet Reynolds

By The Sunflower Collective
Anil wanted to bridge the gap between high art and low art, to communicate with people. He was not interested in painting only for the elite. He wanted to communicate with as wide a public as possible… (Of course) no artist is going to produce a masterpiece every time. It takes trial and error, experimentation.

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TSC Interview with Malay Roychoudhury

By The Sunflower Collective
When Ferlinghetti sent me a copy of the Indian Journals I felt quite ashamed. I did not show the book to my dad, who had admonished Ginsberg for taking photographs of beggars, lepers, lame men, naked sadhus, etc. I have visited other countries and never thought of making a mockery of poverty of certain people.

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