One of the great gifts the Met Breuer has given New York has been spotlighting modernists beyond art history’s Eurocentric canon. The latest is Raghubir Singh, the Indian photographer—and color pioneer—who died in 1999, at the age of fifty-six. Born in Jaipur, he lived in Hong Kong, Paris, and London, but India remained his inexhaustible muse. A three-decade survey of his photographs, which includes “Monsoon Rains, Monghyr, Bihar, 1967,” is on show until January 2nd. Photograph courtesy Succession Raghubir Singh.