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Tag Archives: India
by Melissa Stern on March 24, 2015 Subodh Gupta, “This is not a fountain” (2011), old aluminium utensils, water, painted brass taps, PVC pipes, motor (all photos by the author for Hyperallergic) New York is a big art city, with … Continue reading
September 26, 2014 in Hyperallergic The main hall of the Francesco Clemente: Inspired by India show at the Rubin Museum (all photos courtesy the Rubin Museum) One of things I have always loved about the Rubin Museum is their fearlessness … Continue reading