Eva fernandez del campo
Eva fernández del campo: shepherds of clouds and devourers.
Her publications on Asian art and contemporary Western art include «The Paintings of Ajanta. Indian theater of nature» (2007), a monograph on Anish Kapoor (2006), «Dictionary of universal mythology» (2000) as well as collaborations in works such as «Asia» (Barcelona, Océano, 1996) and «The tree of life. La naturaleza en el arte y las tradiciones de la India» (ed. by Chantal Maillard in Barcelona, Kairós, 2001), or the translation of Coomaraswamy’s book «La danza de Siva» (Madrid, Siruela, 1996 and 2006). He is currently working on transculturality, hybridization and crossbreeding in the contemporary art of East and West, and directs the R+D+I plan project «Transculturality, crossbreeding and globalization in the art of the Contemporary Era. East-West».
Lecture 22 eva fernandez
The art of India is rigorously regulated and subject to a series of guidelines and laws that, since ancient times, have been transmitted from father to son and compiled in treatises. All these canons constitute an authentic grammar that the artist (sculptor, painter, dancer or actor), just as a poet would do with the rules imposed by his language, must use to combine and play with them to give birth to a creation that will always be unique and original.
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This book is undoubtedly a milestone in the historical-artistic production of our country. Beyond the simple compilation and scrutiny of sources and bibliography, and the result of study and research in situ, the work of Eva Fernandez del Campo offers an overview of the creation in India unpublished to date. She does not limit herself, as is often the case, to the Hindu and Islamic periods, but considers it as a continuum that starts from prehistory and reaches the present day, so that each new evolutionary stage is understood on the basis of the assumption (and overcoming) of the contributions of previous strata. In this way, the different artistic manifestations are understood not as isolated entities but placed in a broad context that allows us to understand all their distinctive characteristics, as well as their different levels of meaning. Accompanied by a rich graphic corpus, extensive bibliographies and chronological tables that constitute a fundamental instrument to guide through a universe as complex and distant from our culture as that of India, and placing special emphasis on a careful transcription of Sanskrit, The Art of India is an unquestionable reference (not only in the national but also in the international field) for anyone who wants to know (and deepen) one of the most ancient cultures of the planet that has maintained its relevance to the present day.
Conference eva fernandez «indian art in femininity
She has worked on numerous international research projects and since 2008 leads an international research team funded by the R+D+I Program of the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness.
She is the author of several outstanding publications such as «El arca de Babel. Theory and artistic practice in the transcultural scenario» (2013), «Art in its global exile. Contemporary Culture and Uprooting» (2012), «Contemporary Chinese Art» (2012), «The Paintings of Ajanta. Indian theater of nature» (2007), «A monograph on Anish Kapoor» (2006), as well as collaborations in works such as Dictionary of Universal Mythology (2000), Asia (1996) and The Tree of Life. Nature in the art and traditions of India (2001).