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Bibliography

Dhruva Mistry:  Magazines/Journals /Periodicals/News papers

2010
Madhu Jain, Sensual Abstractions, the timeless sculptures of dhruva mistry, p64-65 and Collecting Sculpture by the Artist, Varta magazine, Akar Prakar, Kolkota, vol. 2, no.1, p66-69, ISSN0974 7060
Cambridge Sculpture Trails 3, West Cambridge, leaflet published by cambridge sculpture trails co uk

2009
Expert View by the Artist, Times City, The Times of India, Jan 28, Ahmadabad, p2

2008   
Art Attack, Feature, GG2 Life, Asian life and style magazine, june/july,London, p18
Simon Martin, Dhruva Mistry: Making Connections, London Magazine, Feature, Oct/Nov, Anglo- Indian Issue, London, P19-24
Dr. Shivaji Pannikar, Modern Indian Sculpture, Art and Visual Culture In India 1857-2007, Edited by Gayatri Sinha, Modern Indian Sculpture, Mumbai, p183
Dr. Alka Pande, Indian art, The new international sensation, A Collector’s Handbook, Manjul Publishing House, Bhopal, p.82
Nina Martyris, Adding clay, substracting stone in a diverse display, The Times of India, March 31, Mumbai, p10
Alain Monvoisin, Dictionaire International de la Sculpture Modern & Contemporaine, Editions Du Regard, Paris, p369-370

2007  
S Kalidas, Steeled Delicacy, your week, Arts & entertainment, India Today, 12 February, New Delhi, p83
Debadutta Gupta, Vishvayane Saffaler Hathchani, India Today, Bengali Edition, 20 April, Kolkata, p78
A Marriage of Ancient and Pop, Uma Prakash, World Sculpture News, Volume 13, number 1, Winter, Hong Kong, p32-37
Faces of Indian Art, Edited by Ina Puri, Art Alive Gallery, p350-355, 364, New Delhi, ISBN 978-81-901844-5-8
Ripu Daman Singh, Heavy metal magic, Hindustan Times, Reviews on Saturday, Feb 3, New Delhi, p15
Introduced by Arnab Chakladar Building Materials: The Sculpture of Dhruva Mistry
- Web retrospective exhibition, Another Subcontinent, South Asian Society and Culture, University of Colorado, Boulder, 2 June-3 July 2007

Contemporary Sculpture in the Historic, Bad Homburg Kurpark and Castle Gardens Edition Scheffel, Text by Roland Koch, Blickachsen 6, Germany by Galerie Scheffel, p112-115

2006   
Bleep, The Eric and Jean Cass Collection, Text by Ann Elliott, Private Publication, Eric and Jean Cass, Sussex, P45
Contemporary Indian Sculpture, Ajibi News, Fukuoka Asian Art Museum News, Vol23, January, Fukuoka, p2
Ella Dutta, Body of Work, Review, Art India, volume XI, issue III, Mumbai, p96, ISSN 0972-2947
Maitreyee Handique, The shape of Things to Come, The Sunday Express, Arts etc, 13 Aug, New Delhi
Birmingham Univ honorary doctorate for city sculptor, Indian Express, Newsline, Sept 6, Vadodara

2005   
Saam Chaturvedi, Turn table, Art Reviews, TimeOut Mumbai, Jan 14-27, Vol 1, Mumbai, p40
Amrita Zaveri, A Guide to 101 Modern and Contemporary Indian Artists, India Book House, Mumbai, p130,131,176, ISBN 81-7508-423-5
Marta Jacimowicz, Intimacies: Monumental and Miniature, Review, Art India, volume XI, issue III, Mumbai, p96-97, ISSN 0972-2947
Amazing Muse by the Artist, Insight, British Museum Magazine, Number 56, Autumn/Winter, London, p5-7
Carmen Garcia-Ormaechea, A Look at the History of Contemporary Indian Art, Perspectives,- arco, contemporary art, Autumn 2005, Number 37, Madrid, p8
2004    
Modern British Art at Pallant House Gallery, Edited by Esme West, Scala Publishers, Chichester, p1, ISBN 1-85759-366-9
Dr. Alka Pande, The Age of Shifting Demographies, East West Encounter, New Delhi

2003 
Liz Else, Going with the flow, New Scientist, 4 Jan, London
Straight Answers by the Artist, the Vadodara Times of India,19 Aug, Vadodara

2002   
Ella Dutta, Signals, Symbols of New Art Trends, Lalit Kala Contemporary, Lalit Kala Akademi, January, Issue 45, New Delhi, p25
Thinking big, concepts for twenty-first century british sculpture, Published by Sculpture at Goodwood, p49-50
Phillip Attwood, British Art Medals 1982-2002, Published by the British Art Medal Trust, London, p13 & 16, ISBN 0 9536988 3 1
Metamorphing, transformation in science, art and mythology, introduced by Marina Warner and Sarah Bakewell, Science Museum, 4th Oct 2002-16th Feb 2003, London
Churchill College Newsletter, Churchill College, Cambridge, summer (cover)

2001
Sajid Sheikh, The mystery behind Mistry, The Times of India, Backbeat, Jan 6, Ahmadabad
Jasmine Shah Varma, Man of Steel, Mid-Day, The List, Feb 26, Mumbai, p1
Anahite Contractor, The Times of India, Visio, Castles of air, March 6, Mumbai
Uday Mahurkar, From Another World, India Today International, UK Special Section, London, Jan 15, p24d & 24c
10th Triennale-India, Preface by Dr Saryu Doshi, Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi, p63,159
Anshul Avijit, Artless Artistry, India Today, March 5, New Delhi
Abhay Sardesai, Blurring the Line of Control, Art India, Review, Vol 6, issue 2, Mumbai, p52
Johny ML, Sculpture is a process of revelation, interview with the artist, Tehelka.com/arts
Vidya Shivadas, For long-term living give me Baroda any day, The Indian Express, April 19, New Delhi, p3

2000
Bronze, Contemporary British Sculpture Holland Park, a Millennium Shows, compiled by Ann Elliott and essay by Nobert Lynton and Louise Vaughan, Published by Royal Borough of Kensington And Chelsea Libraries and Art Service Central Library, London, p18,100-104
Twentieth-Century Indian sculpture, the last two decades, edited by Shivaji K Panikkar,
Marg Publications, vol52, no1, Mumbai, p10,12,17,28,29,35,41,57,144, ISBN 81-85026-49-1
Queen Elizabeth honours sculptor Dhruva Mistry, The Indian Express, Dec 31, Mumbai, P9

1999
The Fukuoka Asian Art Museum’s Collection, introduced by Ushiroshoji Masahiro,
Fukuoka, Japan, Published by Bijutsu-Shuppen-Sha, ltd, Asian Art  ISBN 4 568-201608 C 3070, inside cover & p63
Madhu Jain, Cutting Edge, The Arts, India Today, March 29, New Delhi, p80-81
Vinod Bhardwaj, Dakshata aur darshanik jignasa, Jansatta, March 13, New Delhi
Akshaya Mukul, Back, but beyond other worldly work, The Hindustan Times, March 14, New Delhi
Gayatri Sinha, Capturing the March of Civilization, The Hindu, March 19, New Delhi
Suneet Chopra, Dhruva Mistry: Sculptures that exude sheer lyricism, Financial Express, March 28, New Delhi
Arun Bhowmick, Impressive array of works, The Statesman, March 28, New Delhi

1998     
Dhruva Mistry, Prints 1988-1998, introduced, Gallery Espace, New Delhi
Balraj Khanna and Aziz Kurtha, Art of Modern India, Thames and Hudson, London, p1, 25, 38, 45, 125, 126, 127, 135, ISBN 0- 50023755-7
Glasgow Print Studio, The British Council, Indian Tour Catalogue, Introduced by John Mackechnie
British Contemporary Sculpture 97-98, text by Ann Eliott, Published by Sculpture at Goodwood, West Sussex, p38, ISBN 0 9525233 3 7
Esther David, prodigal son returns, Table for Two, the Times of India, Dec 5,  Ahmadabad
Glasgow Print Studio, The British Council, Indian Tour Catalogue, Introduced by John Mackechnie

1997     
Dhruva Mistry, The Medal, No 31, Autumn, London, pl 40 (cover)
New Generation of Asian Art, Shows Catalogue, Text by Masahiro Ushiroshoji, Published by The Japan Associaton of Art Museums, Japan
Richard H. Davis, Lives of Indian Images, Princeton University Press, pl 83
Major Trends in Indian Art, Curated by Rm Palaniappan, Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi, pl 62
Rediscovering the Roots, Contemporary Indian Art, Curated by Laxma Goud, Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi, p25    
The Sunil Sethi Column, The Express Magazine, March 30, New Delhi

1996 
The RA Magazine, The Royal Academy, No 50, Spring, London (Golden Jubilee Issue, Cover)
Dhruva Mistry, Pick of the Week, The Independent, Oct 1, London
David Cohen, Hegel would have approved, The Independent, Section two, Oct 4, London
William Feaver, Shows of the week, October 18, The Observer Life Magazine, Oct 20, London
Bugged by his own bug, UK Special, India Today, Oct 31, London

1995 
Jonathan Berg, Positively Birmingham, Birmingham Picture Library, Birmingham, pl,2,3,7 & 11, ISBN 0 9523179 0 7 (cover)
Nicholas Schoon, Fountain showered with praise, The Independent, Nov 10, London

1994   
The Indian Diary, Introduced by the Artist, Redstone Press, London
David Cohen, Out of India, Hindu Spirituality in Recent British Sculpture, Sculpture Magazine, Jan/Feb, New York (cover) p26-27
Dhruva Mistry, Espianade, No 78, Fukuoka Art Museum, Japan
Race, Sex and Gender in Contemporary Art, Edward Lucie Smith, Art Books International, London, p82-83    
John Morrish, A Week in the Arts, Dhruva Mistry, The Daily Telegraph, June 4, London
N P Krishna Kumar, Universal, yet very Indian, Métier, Indian Express, July 6, Bombay

1993     
Andrew Lambirth, In Conversation with the Artist, The Artist’s and Illustrator’s Magazine, Issue 77, February, London, pl 7-19
Lynne Green, Pleasing the Heart, Contemporary Art, Summer, Bath, p36-40
James Hamilton, Public Art: a New Age, The Art quarterly, The National Art Collection Fund, No 15, Autumn, London, p45
Prospectus, Royal College of Art, 1993-94, London
Sculpture in the Dock, World Architecture, Jul/Aug, London
Terry Grimley, A Square of Sculptures, Spaces and Sphinxes, The Birmingham Post, May 5, Birmingham
Richard Cork, All Square, Past and Present, The Times, May 10, London
Di Praises a ‘Fantastic’ Square, The Birmingham Post, May 7, Birmingham
Fluzzie in Jacuzzi’ is Splash hit with Diana, Daily Mail, Mail 5, Birmingham
Gayatri Sinha, The river goddess of Birmingham, The Times of India, May 23, New Delhi
Sister Wendy’s Odyssey, A Journey of Artistic Discovery, Sister Wendy Beckett, BBC Books, London, p20

1992  
BBC Music Magazine, The International Classical Music Awards, Oct, London
Andrew Lambirth, The Union of Opposites, RA Magazine, No 36, Oct, London
Carved enigma will dominate Britain’s biggest fountain, The Times, Oct 24, London
Patrick O’Flynn, Praise as The River flows in to the City, Birmingham Post, Oct 29, Birmingham
Jo Barker, Bathing Beauty! Birmingham Voice, Oct 25, Birmingham
Fountain is ‘rubbish’, Evening Mail, Oct 28, Birmingham
William Feaver, Where Bigger means Better, The Observer, Oct 29, London

1991   
Mistry Reaches New Heights, Bazaar Magazine, Issue 15, London
Art News, Spring, Wales (cover)
David Brier, Guardians of Art, Artists News Letter 9, March
British Contemporary Art 1910-1990, Herbert Press Ltd, London, pl 42 ISBN 1-871569-39-T
Anthony O’Hear, Figurative Sculpture After Henry Moore, Modern Painters, Vol 4, No 2, Summer, London, p26
New Sculpture Overlooking Park Place, AMGUEDDFA, Summer, Wales, p11
Sumati Gangopadhyay, Monumental and Minimal, Sunday Review, Times of India, March 17, Bombay
James Delingpole, Indian is youngest RA since Turner, The Daily Telegraph, June 3, London

1990      
Andrew Wilson, Modem Painters, Exhibitions, Vol 3, No 3, Autumn, London, p86- p88
David Cohen, Mistry, Gouk and Barclay, Galleries, Vol VIII, No 5, Oct, London
Maggie Jamieson, Dhruva Mistry, Reviews, City Limits, Nov 18, London
Sarah Kent, Dhruva Mistry, Time Out, Nov 7-14, London
David Lillington, Dhruva Mistry, Arts Review, Vol XLII, No 22, Nov, London
Art in the Eighties, Edward Lucie Smith, Phaidon Press Ltd, Oxford
Eccentric Gardens, Jane Owen, Pavilion Books Ltd, London
Francis Spalding, Dictionary of British Art, Vol VI, 20th Century Painters and Sculptors, Antique Collectors Club, London, p3
Documentation, Special Issue, Lalit Kala Contemporary-36, Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi, p85
Sarah Jane Checkland, A Miniature Figure of Mistry, The Times, Oct 20, London

1989     
Patronage and Practice-Sculpture on Merseyside, Edited by Penelope Curtis, Tate Gallery, Liverpool, National Museums & Galleries on Merseyside
Sarah Howell and Susan Skeen, House Trained, World of Interiors, July/Aug, London  
Keith Bruce, Festival Star on Way to New Engagement, Glasgow Herald, Jan 17, Glasgow
William Packer, Financial Times, Dec 30, London

1988   
Art for Architecture, Edited by Denna Patherbridge, HMSO London, Plate 3
Brooks Adams, Dhruva Mistry at Nigel Greenwood, Art in America, No 1, Jan, New York
Rupert Martin, Dhruva Mistry at Nigel Greenwood, Flash Art International, No.138, Jan/Feb, New York
Jane Lee, Glasgow Garden Festival, Art Monthly, No 119, Sept, London
Isabel Vasseur, Art in its Place, Landscape Design, June, London, p37
Peter Welton, Gujarati Indian Artists, Arts Review, June 17, London
Clare Henry, Sculpture at the Glasgow Garden Festival, Arts Review, June 17, London, p435
Kirsty Milne, Artful Glasgow, new Society, April 29, London (cover)
Rose Paterson, Faith in Modern Artists, The Daily Telegraph, May 4, London
Shrabani Basu, Baroda Sculptor creates a blend of the Old and New, India Abroad, May 27, New York
David Spark, Mistry men make their mark, Kuwait Times, Aug 18, Kuwait
Clare Henry, The Mystery and Misinterpretation of Mistry, Glasgow Herald, Oct 14, Glasgow
Douglas Hall, Sculptures of Surprises, The Scotsman, Oct 16, Glasgow

1987     
Clive Turnbull, East Meets West, The Sculptures of Dhruva Mistry, The Green Book, Vol 2, No 6, Bath
Mary Rose Beaumont, Dhruva Mistry: Reliefs, Art News, Oct, London
Anandi Ramamurthy, Spilling Over Margins, Artrage, No 18, Autumn, London
The Self Portrait, A Modern View, Edward Lucie Smith and Sean Kelly, Sarema Press Ltd, London
Rupert Martin, Dhruva Mistry, Brochure, Artsite No 6, Artsite Gallery, Poster and Calendar, Bath    
Marina Vaisey, Critic’s Choice, The Sunday Times, Oct 4, London
Sarah Kent, Time Out, October 16, No 895, London
Mark Currah, City Limit, Oct 16, 15-2213l5, London
Andrew Graham Dixon, Lost in the Myths, The Independent, Oct 17, London
William Packer, Sacred Beasts and Bullish Things, Financial Times, Oct 20, London
Christopher Wilson, Snow Man’s Land, Sunday Telegraph Magazine, Dec 20, London (cover)
Sunday East, Channel 4 Television, London

1986     
Frances Morris, Dhruva Mistry Sculpture and Drawings, Arnolfini Review, Jan 17-Feb 22, Bristol
Beatrice Phillpotts, Works in Clay, Arts Review, Jan 17, London
Michael Phillipson, Dhruva Mistry at Arnolfini, Artscribe International, No 57, London
The Male Nude, - A Modern View, Francoise de Loville and Edward Lucie Smith, Phaidon, Oxford
Artrage, International Arts Magazine, Autumn, No 9/10, London, p32    
Phoenix News, Royal College of Art News Letter, No 5, London
William Packer, Beauty and the Beasts, Financial Times, Feb 4, London
Bonny Mukharjee, Figures of Mistry, Sunday Mail, Feb 9-16, New Delhi
Marina Vaisey Painting Over the Ideal Homes Cracks, The Sunday Times, March 9, London

1985
Art Monthly, No 86, May, London (cover)
Charles Harrison & Judy Annear, The Hayward Annual, Art Monthly No 87, June, London
Michael Spens, Much more than just so, Studio International, Vol 198, No 1009, London
Mary Rose Beaumont, The Hayward Annual, Arts Review, June, London
Dave Lee, Dhruva Mistry, Arts Review, October II, London
Nena Dimitrijevic, Hayward Annual, Flash Art International, No 123
A Mistry at Kettle’s Yard, Eastward, Eastern Arts, Vol 14, No 10, East Anglia
Atlas, No 1, Wolley Dale Press, London

1984
Dan Jackson, Sculptor from India carves out a Niche, Cambridge Evening News, Nov 30
Margaret Garlake, Dhruva Mistry, Adrian Wisniewski, Jean Masore, Gwen John, Art Monthly, No 91, London
Caroline Collier, Dhruva Mistry in Cambridge, Studio International, No 1011, London
Nigel Greenwood, A Journey through Contemporary Art with Nigel Greenwood, The Hayward Annual, The Arts Council of Britain

1983     
Caroline Collier, In Search of Figurative Image, Sculpture at the Royal College of Art Degree Show, Studio International, Vol 196, No 1001, London
New English Sculpture axe Sud Art Actuel, Paris, ISSNO292-921 X
Esther David, Silence in the Galleries, The Times of India, Feb 7, Ahmadabad
Sarah Kent, Time Out, June 17-23, No 699, London
William Feaver, And the Best of British art, Observer Magazine, Nov 13, London

1982 
Aman Nath, Bazaar Trends, India Today Jan 15, New Delhi
Pearl Padmsee, A Nude show in 3-D, Mid Day, Feb 27, Bombay
M Sholapurkar, Bold Forays into Fiberglass, The Daily, Feb 27, Bombay
S I Clerk, Superrealistic Sculptures, Art Review Bulletin, Feb 26, Bombay
Jehanara and Muriel Wasi, Rejects Controversy, Patriot Magazine, April, New Delhi
Catalogue, Contemporary Indian art at the Royal Academy, London (Festival of India)
Studio International Vol 195, No 996, London

1981
Mala Marwah, Dhruva Mistry, Exhibition Catalogue, Annual edition, Art Heritage, New Delhi
Attractive Sculpture, The Statesman, Jan 6, New Delhi

1980
Ratan Parimoo, New Sculpture from Baroda, Lalit Kala Contemporary 28, Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi

1979    
Silver Jubilee Shows of Sculpture, Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi Exhibition catalogue (Cover)