Indian contemporary art
Modern art from the subcontinent will be on show all over Europe to mark the 60th anniversary of the day India adopted its constitution. "The Empire Strikes Back", at the Saatchi Gallery, London, until May 7th, brings together an array of Indian artists, many of them highly politicised. In "Public Notice 2" (pictured), Jitish Kallat has used 4,500 bones shaped into letters of the alphabet to recreate an historic speech Mahatma Gandhi delivered in early 1930, just before he set out on his epic, 400km (249-mile) march to try to break the brutal Salt Act that had been introduced by the British.
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