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Nasreen Mohamedi

by  Pria Karunakar

Already in the Spring of ’72, at her last show in Delhi, one was aware of certain signs of transition. Nasreen is one person whose work runs a close parallel to her own lifestyle. This is austere, controlled, minimal. Her rooms are bare except for the changing light on the white-washed walls. Her drawings

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Monochromatic Musings

by  Sasha Altaf

Nasreen Mohamedi’s Black and White photographs provide important insights into her carefully controlled pen and ink drawings, opines Sasha Altaf.

"...The very question of whether photography is or is not an art is essentially a misleading one. Although photography generates works that can

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