Contemporary Artists Collection
Anita Dube (b. 1958)

Anita Dube is an Indian contemporary artist, curator, and writer known for her significant contributions to the Indian art scene. Dube has been actively involved in the art world since the 1980s. She is associated with the Indian Radical Painters and Sculptors Association (IRPSA) and is recognized for her commitment to feminist perspectives and social concerns in her art.

Anita Dube's artistic practice spans a variety of mediums, including painting, sculpture, installation, and text. She is known for addressing socio-political issues, often incorporating elements of Indian cultural and mythological references in her work. Her installations often have a conceptual depth, encouraging viewers to engage with complex themes related to gender, identity, and power dynamics.

Apart from her artistic pursuits, Anita Dube has played a significant role in the curatorial field. She curated the 2018 edition of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale, one of the largest contemporary art exhibitions in India. Her curation was marked by a diverse selection of artists and a focus on inclusivity and collaboration.

Anita Dube - Offering (Triptych)

Digital C-print, 30” x 45” each