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Jason Little Jul 30
These fiber sculptures by Mrinalini Mukherjee remind me of Jim Woodring’s jivas! Wish I brought my 3D camera. On view through Sept. 29, 2019 at the Met Breuer.
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GovtMuseumChandigarh Apr 14
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The Met Jun 3
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Born in Mumbai in 1949 to artist parents, was a committed sculptor who worked intuitively, never using sketch or preparatory drawing.
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LifeSpice Jul 8
India and the world lost the talented sculptor Mrinalini Mukherjee in 2015 and now her career bests have reached New York’s The Met Breuer for a unique revelatory retrospective.
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The Met Jun 3
Sneak peek! Join us today for a preview of “Phenomenal Nature: Mrinalini Mukherjee,” opening tomorrow June 4 at The Met Breuer.
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The Met Jun 3
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Nature was her primary inspiration, and this was further informed by her enthusiasm for Indian historic sculpture, modern design, and local crafts and textile traditions.
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DurdyBayramovArtFndn 6 Oct 16
, Mumbai | Spotlight at 2016 | "Yakshi" | 1984 | Hemp fiber
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Pengana Jun 5
night of the metbreuer by late 🌿🎨 Inspired by her childhood spent in , Mukherjee’s medium of choice was such as…
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The Met Jul 16
See the show the calls "one of the most arresting museum experiences of the season." "Phenomenal Nature: Mrinalini Mukherjee" is on view now at The Met Breuer.
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Ellie Murphy Jul 3
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The Met Jun 3
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“Phenomenal Nature: Mrinalini Mukherjee” marks the first comprehensive display in the United States of ’s work, highlighting the radical intervention she made by adapting crafting techniques with a modernist formalism.
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Gunjan Jain Jul 11
Sculpture, Both Botanical and Bestial, Awe at the Met Breuer — anybody in New York must visit!
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Deepika Trivedi 11 Feb 15
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girl don’t yell, we’re all here for love Jul 28
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“Many of her sculptures that project from the wall are reminiscent of temple bas-reliefs, yet her evocation of such iconography is interpretive rather than imitative and transforms the classical into modernist abstractions”. - Phenomenal Nature:
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moGossip.com May 31
Largest art in US to showcase works of sculptor
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WomenAcrossFrontiers Jul 14
Weekend Pick: Inspired by temples and roadside shrines that encountered in , artist and sculptur created, monumental, grotesque, and sexual sculptures that are now on display at the .
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Luxury India 30 Dec 17
Finally got my limited prints back of 6 of . #1949…
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Aparna Mukherjee Jul 17
Go see this, NYC metbreuer ・・・ “One of the most arresting museum experiences of the season. . . . It is an astonishment.” —nytimes “Phenomenal Nature: Mrinalini…
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Abigail Doan Jun 5
[ phenomenal nature ] work on view > 09.29.19 metbreuer @ The Met Breuer
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Owen-Williams Aug 16
Definitely in awe of theatrical mural work and ‘sandy knitted weaves” and can not wait to see them in person. ‘Mukherjee’s captures the aesthetics of the Indian past with a remarkable contemporary relevance’.
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