Anju Dodiya's The Air Is A Mill Of Hooks explores Sylvia Plath's poetry, role of women [Photos]

In her 17th solo show, titled ‘The Air is a Mill of Hooks’, Anju Dodiya steps outside the body and examines the space within which poet Sylvia Plath’s poem ‘Mystic’ — which gives the exhibition its name — was born

FP Staff February 13, 2018 19:40:29 IST
The Reader. From Anju Dodiya's The Air Is A Mill Of Hooks, currently on view at  Bikaner House.
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The Reader. From Anju Dodiya's The Air Is A Mill Of Hooks, currently on view at Bikaner House.
Ignition. From Anju Dodiya's The Air Is A Mill Of Hooks, currently on view at  Bikaner House.
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Ignition. From Anju Dodiya's The Air Is A Mill Of Hooks, currently on view at Bikaner House.
Balcony. From Anju Dodiya's The Air Is A Mill Of Hooks, currently on view at  Bikaner House.
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Balcony. From Anju Dodiya's The Air Is A Mill Of Hooks, currently on view at Bikaner House.
Bedroom With Two Squares. From Anju Dodiya's The Air Is A Mill Of Hooks, currently on view at  Bikaner House.
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Bedroom With Two Squares. From Anju Dodiya's The Air Is A Mill Of Hooks, currently on view at Bikaner House.
Mirror. From Anju Dodiya's The Air Is A Mill Of Hooks, currently on view at Bikaner House
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Mirror. From Anju Dodiya's The Air Is A Mill Of Hooks, currently on view at Bikaner House
Morning Tune. From Anju Dodiya's The Air Is A Mill Of Hooks, currently on view at Bikaner House
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Morning Tune. From Anju Dodiya's The Air Is A Mill Of Hooks, currently on view at Bikaner House
Few contemporary artists in India have the kind of reputation that Anju Dodiya does. Fewer still, are as reclusive and self-aware.
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Few contemporary artists in India have the kind of reputation that Anju Dodiya does. Fewer still, are as reclusive and self-aware.