Three Indian women artists feature in New York’s MOMA

Across their practices, Pushpamala N, Sheba Chhachhi, and Nalini Malani explore visual strategies that underscore the experiences of women as both subjects and makers of images.

New York’s Museum of Modern Art exhibits Indian artists. / Ritu Marwah

A new exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art New York features three artists, all based in India. 

“My name is Pushpamala N. And this is The Navarasa Suite,” whispers a voice from the Bloomberg app offered by the museum. As the visitor walks around the museum, they can enter the number listed near the art exhibit to hear a commentary by the artist. 

“The Navarasa actually means the nine moods. Rasa Literally means juice. So it’s the juice of an emotion.” 

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