Staring at the viewers
An exhibition brings together artist Ravinder Reddy’s trademark women heads sculpted over three decades
Painted in blue, her eyes are wide open and lips are smeared with red lipstick — Ravinder Reddy’s Portrait of a Migrant is not desolate or despondent but she does carry the burden of her past and is anxious about her future. Standing 112.5 inches tall, with a sack weighing on her head, she gazes at the viewers, just as 13 other sculptural women heads designed by Reddy. “She represents how migration is taking place in India so rapidly, from villages to cities and also within the cities,” says Reddy.
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