Kamalnayan Bajaj Art Gallery presents a special tribute exhibition to the late artist Zarina Hashmi curated by Dr Arshiya Lokhandwala.
Ufuq or horizon in Urdu is a 2001 woodcut by the artist in which she views “the horizon as the ultimate goal of the traveling soul.” Being one of the first feminist artist from South Asia to work within a minimalist repertoire, Zarina’s vast body of work relates to the contested world order of borders, boundaries and disputed territories in which her memories are represented as maps and constellations. Ufuq is an invitation to artists to celebrate her artistic and intellectual legacy visible through her myriad monochromatic prints, papier mache sculptures and installations. The participating artists are Anita Dube, Ankush Safaya, Astha Butail, Hemali Bhuta , Mithu Sen, Parul Gupta, Shaurya Kumar, Shambhavi Singh, Shreyas Karle and Waqas Khan.
Find out more on the Kamalnayan Bajaj Art Gallery website.