Kathryn Myers Interview Pt 2: India

In the second half of my interview with Kathryn Myers we hear her talk about how she got her first residency in India and the powerful influence it has had on her career. She covers a variety of topics such as:

photograph of light reflecting off of a gutter
Canal Fire, courtesy of Kathryn Myers

– differences between American and Indian art communities

– recognizing and taking advantage of synchronicity

– curating a show on Indian art at the Benton Museum

– the creative value of residencies abroad

– her approach to interviewing

– how the monetary value assigned to Indian art is destructive

– how she sustains her creativity

Below are links to people and places mentioned during the course of the interview.
Remnants V, Sarbamati River Development Project, Ahmedabad 2013, courtesy of Kathryn Myers
Remnants V, Sarbamati River Development Project, Ahmedabad 2013, courtesy of Kathryn Myers

Vikram Seth-A Suitable Boy
Cortona Residency
Julie Evans
Fullbright Grant
Convergence: Contemporary Art from India and the Diaspora
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Eric Fischl
Garam Masala Chai – Article by Kathryn Myers
Edward Hopper
Realism in Art
Emerson, Thoreau and the Transcendentalists
Charlotte Cain
Robert J Kirschbaum
Waswo X Waswo: Evil Orientalist
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Vineet Kacker
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