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Exhibition: Reena Saini Kallat: Falling Fables

Reena Saini Kallat's Falling Fables is part of a series of works whose title references architectural ruins that are disintegrating and in a state of collapse.

  • Mar. 1 - 20, 2011
  • North Atrium Foyer
  • All Day
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Greatness fades, but into what and why? Reena Saini Kallat's Falling Fables is part of a series of works whose title references architectural ruins that are disintegrating and in a state of collapse. The surface of the pillars consists of numerous rubberstamps bearing addresses of missing monuments listed as protected sites under the Archeological Survey of India, dispersed amidst others that carry fragments of poems and phrases on architecture and loss. Her paintings reference parts of the city of Delhi, where ruins from the past rub shoulders with present-day structures. As an artist and citizen of an ancient but ever-evolving society, Kallat has long been interested in official records of loss and disappearance.

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