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Bhajju Shyam: A plane taking off is as much of a miracle as a heavy elephant flying.
Bhajju Shyam: I have combined the rooster, the symbol of time in Gond art and Big Ben, the symbol of time in London.
Bhajju Shyam: Into this place, the creator streamed the breath of life. Air was born.
Bhajju Shyam: A fat cat being troubled by mice.
Bhajju Shyam: The creator gave us the gift of the earth not only to live, but also, in turn, to create.
Bhajju Shyam: Day and night are two halves of a whole, and so are the sun and moon.
The rich tradition of Gond art is a surprisingly young form–not more than 35 years old. So how did it evolve?
One day, Musa sets off alone to collect wood from the forest near his home. Suddenly, he hears a deafening noise and is overcome with terror.
Visual travelogue from a Gond tribal artist reverses the anthropological gaze.
Visual narrative brings together stories of origins, transformations and endings from the Gond tribe.
A cosmic vision of trees: exquisite art and folklore from the Gond tradition of central India.
38 extraordinary folk and tribal artists from India reflect on the museum as an institution.