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Exhibited at Delhi’s Bikaner House last week, Atul Dodiya’s new series of watercolours and textured laminates has only furthered his reputation. At 62, Dodiya is one of India’s leading artists.

His art provides amusing commentary on pop culture, cinema, socio-political issues and on the nature of art itself. Like the great Andy Warhol, Dodiya works out of a large atelier—in suburban Mumbai in this case. With assistants and staff on

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