Women from India, Pakistan and beyond are finally gaining recognition thanks to a spate of recent and coming museum shows.
This article looks at a select group of women who are forging new narratives about contemporary South Asian art — and receiving unprecedented attention from major institutions in the United States. The video highlights a talk with one of these artists, Ranjani Shettar.
“What’s happening is a reconsideration of our received art histories. Part of that is an acknowledgment that there are a number of female artistic practices that have been overlooked, marginalized or forgotten.”–Shanay Jhaveri, Curator, Metropolitan Museum of Art
Read the complete article: New York Times
Photo credit: Courtesy of the artist and Talwar Gallery, New York