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Mysteriously Handcuffed to History

The Project of Independence: Architectures of Decolonization in South Asia, 1947-1985 is often problematic in its approach to post-Partition history and culture. But the new exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art promises to bring much-needed attention to the preservation of valuable mid-century buildings.

MoMA’s exhibition on architectures of decolonization in South Asia is problematic but timely — a much-needed catalyst for the preservation of valuable mid-century buildings.

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