Jitish Kallat: Epilogue
Internationally acclaimed artist Jitish Kallat's expansive installation honors his late father through a deeply personal series of photographs of progressively eaten roti (the round, traditional South Asian flatbread). Each image represents one of the 22,500 moons that bore witness to his father’s 62-year lifespan. The labyrinth-like installation is the first stage in SJMA's series "Around the Table: food, creativity, community."
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