New at Cistanthe: airy hand-embroideries.
The white on white and floral-like forms stitched to breezy fabrics make me think of the organic imagery carved into the VMFA's 19th-century Indian garden pavilion. John Henry Rice, the Museum's associate curator of South Asian Art, calls the arcaded, late-Mughal marble structure a "place of pleasure."
[Watch the detailed video here.]
Last year I linked to the VMFA's time-lapse video of the pavilion's installation and provided some history, but the clip above offers a closer look.
this past post.