Yet at the same time that the works feel very familiar in style, Subodh Gupta insists, “I’m just writing my diary, my story.” This kind of impulse to personal testimony is, in fact, the flip side of the conceptual familiarity; the global art circuit has produced a tremendous demand for testimony from newly “discovered” scenes in familiar styles; that’s the trick.

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Subodh Gupta’s Imperial Metal (2014) at Hauser & Wirth Photo: Ben Davis

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Yet at the same time that the works feel very familiar in style, Subodh Gupta insists, “I’m just writing my diary, my story.” This kind of impulse to personal testimony is, in fact, the flip side of the conceptual familiarity; the global art circuit has produced a tremendous demand for testimony from newly “discovered” scenes in familiar styles; that’s the trick.

https://news.artnet.com/market/at-hauser-amp-wirth-subodh-gupta-shows-he-is-more-and-less-than-the-damien-hirst-of-delhi-252612