Andrew Cohen, PhD
Chair and Professor
PhD, University of Chicago
Office: Rechnitz Hall
, Room 313
Web site: Andrew Cohen
Temple Architecture and Sculpture of the Nolambas (9th-10th centuries). (New Delhi: Manohar Pub., 1998.)
"The Nolamba Style and Vijayanagara Archaizing: The Bhoganandisvara Compound at Nandi, Karnataka" in Hari Smriti : Studies on Art Archaeology and Indology : Papers Presented in Memory of Dr. Haribishnu Sarkar. Edited by Arundhati Banerji. New Delhi, Kaveri, 2006.
"The Nolamba Henjerappa Image at Hemavati" in Narasimhapriya : Essays on Indian Archaeology, Epigraphy, Numismatics, Art, Architecture, Iconography and Cultural History. Edited by I.K. Sarma, et al. Delhi, Sundeep Prakashan, 2000.
"Editorial Statement" and "Contemporary Indian Painting: A Portfolio" in Art Journal, Fall 1999.
"Why a History of Monuments from Nolambavadi." Artibus Asiae, 57, no.1/2 (1997): 17-29.
"Indian Subcontinent, Sculptures of Karnataka, 7th-18th centuries" in The Dictionary of Art (New York: Groves Dictionaries, 1996). Other entries on "Nolambas," "Western Gangas," and "Hemavati."
"Unpublished Nolamba Ceiling Panels at Hemavati" in Sri Nagabhinandanam. (Bangalore: Dr. M.S Nagaraja Rao Felicitation Committee, 1995).
"The King and the Goddess: The Nolamba Period Laksmansesvara Temple at Avani." Artibus Asiae, 52 (1992): 7-24.
"Annu Palakunnathu Matthew" in Annu Palakunnathu Matthew: "The Virtual Immigrant" Tasveer Art Gallery, Bangalore, India; interview by Andrew Cohen in August, 2009.
"Jogen Chowdhury," in Jogen Chowdhury: New Works, Bose Pacia Modern Gallery, New York, 2002.
"Contemporary Indian Art in Global Spaces," in A Global View: Indian Artists at Home in the World, Fine Arts Resource, Berlin, Germany, for exhibition in Mumbai, 2000.
"The South Asian - North American Artists Dilemma," in Contemporary Art and Identity: South Asian Diaspora in North American, Baum Gallery, University of Central Arkansas, 2000; edited and republished in the catalogue India: Contemporary Art from Northeastern Private Collections, Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, 2002.
"A Question of Style: The Nolamba Kallesvara Temple at Aralaguppe" in Dr. K.V. Ramesh Felicitation Volume (India, forthcoming).