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Seher Shah, Unit Object (hanging block), 2011

Graphite and gouache on paper, 56 x 76 cm

Graphite drawings, interventions on aerial images and a breakdown of socialist architecture and its frontrunner, Le Corbusier, are some of artist Seher Shah’s concerns in “Radiant Lines”, her most recent show at Nature Morte, Berlin. Whether the focus is on Islamic ornamentation or on Brutalist architecture, her technique and output are breathtakingly refined.

ARTINFO caught up with the Pakistan-born Brooklyn-based artist for a deeper understanding into her complex work.

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