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Rock Art Studies, 2 Vols (Vol. I: Concepts, Methodology, Context, Documentation and Conservation & Vol. II: Interpretation Through Multidisplinary Approaches)

Bansi Lal Malla (Ed.)

ISBN 10: 8173054932 / ISBN 13: 9788173054938
Editorial: Aryan Books International, New Delhi, India, 2014
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Vol. I: Concept, Methodology, Context, Documentation and Conservation: Introduction/Bansi Lal Malla. 1. Structure of Art, Structure of Mind/Emmanuel Anati and Ariela Fradkin. 2. Rock Art: A Universal Creative Act/S.C. Malik. 3.The Concept of Style in Archaeology and Rock Art: A Case Study of the Rock Art of Peninsular India/N. Chandramouli. 4. A Mark in the Way: Schematic Rock Art and Communication Routes/Hipúlito Collado Giraldo and Jose Julio Garcia Arranz. 5. Prehistoric Kalimantan Rock Art as a Visual Study/Pindi Setiawan. 6. Constructed Landscape in Rock Art: Selection of Visual Space, Arrangement Pattern and Its Symbolic Significance/Somnath Chakraverty and Ruman Banerjee. 7. The State of Chinese Rock Art/Zhu Lifeng. 8. Distinct Dominant Traits in the Rock Art of Eastern India with Special Reference to the Rock Art of Southern Bihar and Adjoining Jharkhand/A.K. Prasad. 9. Men and Cultures at the End of the Late Ice Age in the North of Perigord : Continuities and Ruptures/Patrick Paillet.10. Megalithic Monuments and the Context of Rock Art in North-East India/ Dwipen Bezbaruah. 11. Pagoda-Shaped Depictions in Tibetan Rock Art/Zhang Yasha.12. Spatial distribution of Petroglyphs of Ladakh/Tashi Ldawa Thsangspa. 13. Rock Art and Its Cultural Context : Recent Evidences in Tamil Nadu, India/K. Rajan. 14. Rock Art of Kaimur and Its Authors: New Evidence/ B.R. Mani and Shanker Sharma. 15. Petroglyphs in Seeta Valley, Sindh/Zulfiqar Ali Kalhoro. 16.Decorated Rock Shelters of Gawilgad Hills, District Betul, Madhya Pradesh/Nandini Bhattacharya-Sahu and Prabash Sahu. 17. Prehistoric Rock Art in the Vindhyas in Uttar Pradesh and Adjoining Areas, North-Central India/J.N. Pal. 18. The Rock Art of Northern Vindhyan Region/Radha Kant Varma. 19. Inventory of Indian Rock Art: A Multidisciplinary Approach/Bansi Lal Malla. 20. Conservation of Rock Art Sites: Problems and Issues/R.C. Agrawal. 21. An Analysis of the Evaluation and Diagnosis of Environmental Impacts of Rock Art Sites of the Guaniguanico Mountain Range, Cuba/Racso Fernandez Ortega, Dany Morales Valdes, Dialvys Rodriguez Hernandez and Hilario Carmenate Rodriguez. 22. Geological Aspects and Management of Rock Art with Special Reference to Conservation/Devananda Beura.23. Study and Conservation of Rock Art Sites in Andhra Pradesh: A Botanical Perspective/M. Raghuram.Vol. II: Interpretation through Multidisciplinary Approaches:Rock art is the first visual articulation and manifestation of humankind which emanates from his sense of sight. The proximity of this art and its affinity with the art of many living communities of the world today makes it all the more significant and valuable. It can thus be treated as a source of cultural communication between the past, the present and the future. To celebrate what is undeniably one of the earliest forms of art, Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA) organised an international conference on rock art, comprising of special lectures, artists workshops and exhibitions. This global event, with the participation of renowned scholars from all over the world was held at New Delhi from 6th December, 2012 to 23rd January, 2013. The present volumes, Rock Art Studies (I & II), are the proceedings of the conference. The two volumes contain selected articles representing rock art from all over the world. The first volume covers subjects related to content, context, methodology, conservation and management while the second volume contains papers on the interpretation of rock art. The articles in the volumes hold good promise in terms of recent trends in rock art research. The vast spectrum of subjects/themes covered by these two volumes indicates the concerns and seriousness of present day researchers for the study and conservation of rock art globally. Their main concern is exploring the ‘future of the past’ beyond the duty of discovering, protecting, and educating about archaeological treasures. As rock art is an intricate and complex domai. N° de ref. de la librería 100009

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Título: Rock Art Studies, 2 Vols (Vol. I: Concepts, ...

Editorial: Aryan Books International, New Delhi, India

Año de publicación: 2014

Encuadernación: Hardcover

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Rock art is the first visual articulation and manifestation of humankind which emanates from his sense of sight. The proximity of this art and its affinity with the art of many living communities of the world today makes it all the more significant and valuable. It can thus be treated as a source of cultural communication between the past, the present and the future.

To celebrate what is undeniably one of the earliest forms of art, Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA) organised an international conference on rock art, comprising of special lectures, artists workshops and exhibitions. This global event, with the participation of renowned scholars from all over the world was held at New Delhi from 6th December, 2012 to 23rd January, 2013.

The present volumes, Rock Art Studies (I & II), are the proceedings of the conference. The two volumes contain selected articles representing rock art from all over the world. The first volume covers subjects related to content, context, methodology, conservation and management while the second volume contains papers on the interpretation of rock art. The articles in the volumes hold good promise in terms of recent trends in rock art research. The vast spectrum of subjects/themes covered by these two volumes indicates the concerns and seriousness of present day researchers for the study and conservation of rock art globally. Their main concern is exploring the future of the past beyond the duty of discovering, protecting, and educating about archaeological treasures. As rock art is an intricate and complex domain covering material and cognitive aspects of culture, a multidisciplinary approach has been recommended by many contributors to decode and understand it in all its dimensions.

The beautifully illustrated volumes aim to boost and promote rock art research. They will not only interest scholars but also general readers at large and will certainly contribute to enhance our vision of rock art.

About the Author:

Dr. Bansi Lal Malla, an art historian, is associated with the Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, New Delhi. His areas of interest include both classical and vernacular traditions. He has been associated with the IGNCA-UNESCO-UNDP project on Village India .

Dr. Malla is the author of a number of books including The Sculptures of Kashmir, Vaisnava Art and Iconography of Kashmir, Trees in Indian Art Mythology and Folklore, Conservation of Rock Art (ed.), Global Rock Art (ed.), The World of Rock Art: An Overview of the Five Continents (ed.), Rock Art of Andhra Pradesh: A New Synthesis by N. Chandramouli (General ed.), Cosmology and Cosmic Manifestations: A Study in Shaiva Art and Thought of Kashmir (in press) and of a number of research articles published in professional journals. Dr. Malla has participated in a number of national and international conferences/workshops and has widely travelled in India, France, Italy and Iran in connection with his field studies and conferences. Currently, Dr. Malla is engaged in the survey, documentation and study of Indian rock art and also in Himalayan studies.

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