Nasreen Mohamedi: Reading Room

The Reading Room is a collection of four essays to help you delve deeper into the life and work of Nasreen Mohamedi.

  • Order from Chaos and Confusion: Suman Gopinath introduces the work of Nasreen Mohamedi

  • In The waves in my mind, assistant curator at Tate Modern Nada Raza explores Mohamedi’s fascination with the sea.

  • Explore the artist’s distinctive photographic practice with Eleanor Clayton, co-curator of the Nasreen Mohamedi exhibition, in Seeking ‘A Blazing Reality’: Nasreen Mohamedi’s photographs.

  • Drawing extensively on diary entries made by Nasreen Mohamedi, the art historian, curator and critic Geeta Kapur provides a window on Nasreen’s world in Elegy for an unclaimed beloved.
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Nasreen Mohamedi Suman Gopinath: Order from chaos and confusion Nasreen Mohamedi

The work of Indian artist Nasreen Mohamedi (1937-90) may not be well known but is greatly admired. Her meticulous small ...

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Nasreen Mohamedi Nada Raza: The waves in my mind Notes on Nasreen Mohamedi through the lens, and from the sea

In Nada Raza: The waves in my mind, assistant curator at Tate Modern Nada Raza explores Mohamedi’s fascination with ...
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Nasreen Mohamedi Eleanor Clayton: Seeking ‘A Blazing Reality’

Explore the artist’s distinctive photographic practice with Eleanor Clayton, co-curator of the Nasreen Mohamedi exhibition Tate Liverpool, 6 June ...
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Nasreen Mohamedi Geeta Kapur: Elegy for an Unclaimed Beloved

Geeta Kapur: Elegy for an Unclaimed Beloved: Nasreen Mohamedi 1937-1990, was first published in When Was Modernism: Essays on Contemporary ...