The Piramal Museum of Art is hosting a solo show of Indian Modernist artist SH Raza’s works, from June 24 to October 28, called ‘S.H. Raza: Traversing Terrains’.
The Piramal Museum of Art in Lower Parel, Mumbai, which has hosted numerous art exhibitions featuring S.H.Raza’s paintings, has now decided to host a life-sized exhibition dedicated to a solo show of the artist’s ouvre. S.H. Raza: Traversing Terrain is one of the most significant exhibitions to be organised since the artists’ demise in 2016. Opening on June 24 at the gallery of the Piramal Museum of Art, the visual art extravaganza will remain open for all until October 28.
The Padma Vibhushan winning artist was known for drawing spectacular abstracts, cityscapes and other cubist forms having beautiful perspectives. Many of these will be part of the grand exhibition. The show will portray artworks made by the Modernist artist over the course of his 5-decade long art journey, from the 1940s to the 1990s. The artworks will purportedly be displayed in such a way that, when seen from the top of the gallery, they will resemble a Raza painting.
The show will comprise guided tours for audiences, organised in English, Hindi and Marathi. Vaishnavi Ramanathan, an expert on art history, has curated the show in association with museum director Ashvin E Rajagopalan.
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