(Ministry of Culture, Government of India)October 14, 2015
TO WHOM SOEVER IT MAY CONCERN
It gives me great pleasure to certify that the pioneering retrospective of the works of eminent architect Shri Raj Rewal spanning all major phases of his creative oeuvre was held at the National Gallery of Modern Art from April 16th to July 20, 2014. The National Gallery of Modern Art as part of its endaveour to celebrate architecture as a creative discipline showcased his retrospective where land mark (sic!) projects crated by the architect like the Parliament Library, Hall of Nations, Nehru Pavilion, Asian Games Village, National Institute of Immunology and the Visual Arts University at Rohtak were showcased along with their drawings, models, photographs and films.
This exhibition charts the development of a personalized language of architecture which the eminent architect has evolved using indigenous technologies, concepts and ideologies and was a real treat for art lovers, architects and students of architecture.[signed]
(PROF. RAJEEV LOCHAN)