Gauri Gill – Fields Of Sight

Gauri and her collaborators explore the local histories that inform their present lives.

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Isamu Noguchi

Isamu Noguchi was a Japanese American artist and landscape architect whose artistic career spanned six decades.

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Nainsukh of Guler

Nainsukh of Guler was one of the foremost artists in the Pahari School of miniature painting.

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EDITION 002: The connection between humans and nature

To trace the story of cotton is to trace the Anthropocene. In cotton, we can see the heights of human ingenuity and the depths of our cruelty. Cotton has been cultivated, modified, and pampered at all costs. Empires built upon slavery and inexplicaple inhumanity lived in service to a plant. Civilization has been engendered in the cotton boll. Explore >>

Casa Pedregal

"Even in its grandeur, Casa Pedregal reveals itself little by little: pastel-colored walls, slices of protruding light, and an emanating aura of peace. It’s as if the metropolitan madness beyond has ceased to exist."

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Nicolas de Stael

De Staël's work presents a world not of individual objects, but of a unified whole.

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Trailblazers: Amrita Sher-Gil & Y.G. Srimati

We salute the spirit and works pioneering artists Amrita Sher-Gil and YG Srimati.

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Vignelli's Guidelines

Massimo Vignelli's holistic design philosophy relied heavily upon the use of intelligent constraints to provide structure and maintain harmony amongst the varied forms and functions of his designs.

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