National Gallery of Modern Art - NGMA Mumbai

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Entry for Frieze Writers' Prize 2013

The total oeuvre of more than two thousand drawings and paintings were literally Rabindranath Tagore’s last harvest. Dated between 1928 to 1941, created by a man consumed, they are unlike anything else bearing his name, which would turn out to be their undoing. Disenchanted with being turned into an institute back home and a mystic world over, troubled by failing health and thoroughly shaken by the goings on in the family, the nation and the world, painting was both Tagore’s last roar and last... [more]
Posted by Sourav Roy on 8/4/14

Project Cinema City: Research Art & Documentary Practices

by Paroma Maiti
      Project Cinema City: Research Art & Documentary Practices, which opened to a gala reception at the National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA), Bombay, strikes you at the very outset with the massiveness of its scale. Perhaps, that is only to be expected, considering the fact that it deals with the core idea of the intermesh between cinema and the city – the twin products of the 20th century. More so, because of the choice of its first display – Bombay – the fulcrum of the... [more]
Posted by Paroma Maiti on 6/19/12
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