A retrospective of the great abstract painter, the late Nasreen Mohamedi, is a quiet exploration of large spaces
It is not often that museums furnish us with spaces for meditative contemplation—especially when they are located in bustling shopping malls. But nothing about this exhibition of Nasreen Mohamedi’s quiet artworks, at the Kiran Nadar Museum of Art (KNMA) in Delhi, fits into a typical mould. “Here is an artist that was able to achieve monumentality of experience through an 8-inch square of paper!" exclaims Deepak Talwar, whose gallery manages the estate of the late artist. A View to Infinity, curated by Roobina Karode, director and chief curator of the KNMA, is a chance to draw our own conclusions. And if size doesn’t matter, scale plays its part.
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