This year’s exhibition on the Met’s roof garden, which opens Tuesday, is also a study in perspective, but this time the beauty and impact will be the diminutive nature of its creation. The Pakistani artist Imran Qureshi, who is known for his painstaking brushwork in the style of the 16th- and 17th-century Mughal miniaturists, is conceiving a site-specific painting that will be directly on the surface of the roof garden. His creation will relate not only to some of his earlier work, but also to the nature he has discovered in Central Park, whose vistas are an integral part of the setting. (Through Nov. 3, 212-535-7710,

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