Pooja Singhal is proud to present Pichvai: Tradition & Beyond

Pooja Singhal is proud to present Pichvai: Tradition & Beyond, an exhibition that showcases the contemporary interpretation of Pichvai works that will bring the traditional Indian art form into a new avatar. The exhibition will open with a private preview on Thursday 5th April 2018 and will be open to the public from 6th – […]

Vice President of India Mr. Venkaiah Naidu visits Kiran Nadar Museum of Art for Vivan Sundaram’s 50 year retrospective

Vice President of India Mr Venkaiah Naidu visited Kiran Nadar Museum of Art (KNMA) last evening, 14th February 2018, to support the landmark exhibition ‘Vivan Sundaram: Step inside and you are no longer a stranger’, A Retrospective: Fifty Years, which opened on 8th February 2018. Ms Roshini Nadar, Executive Director and the CEO of HCL, […]

Vivan Sundaram – ‘Step inside and you are no longer a stranger’, A Retrospective: Fifty Years – Curated by Roobina Karode

Kiran Nadar Museum of Art opens the most comprehensive and wide-ranging survey of Vivan Sundaram, one of India’s most prolific artists, in New Delhi on 8 February 2018. The most significant show to date of Sundaram’s work, Step inside and you are no longer a stranger: Over 50 years, traces the artist’s development over the […]

Vadehra Art Gallery is proud to present a solo exhibition of artist Riyas Komu’s recent body of work from 2nd February to 3rd March, 2018

‘Holy Shiver’ is a response to a State in deliberate conflict with its founding principles. The title ‘Holy Shiver’ is a reference to the conceptual strand discussed by Austrian zoologist and ethologist Konrad Lorenz in his book, On Aggression. Calling the behavioural tendency of willing to kill or be killed in defence of one’s own […]

Vivan Sundaram – A 50 year Retrospective ‘Step inside and you are no longer a stranger’

KNMA is delighted to announce the most significant show to date of one of India’s most prolific artists. This exhibition will trace Sundaram’s development over the last half-century, exploring his unique trajectory as an artist, curator and editor. The exhibition features rare works from Sundaram’s early career and is curated by Roobina Karode and Vivan […]

“I WONDER” a solo show of works by Rajesh Ram at Palette Art Gallery until Feb 15th 2018

“I wonder” is Rajesh Ram’s fifth solo, after a gap of nine years. Comprising Ram’s most recent body of watercolour drawings and life-size bronze sculptures, the exhibition resumes the artist’s interest in storytelling, capsuled in idioms and proverbs that tell of a time of childhood innocence and curiosity. Informed by the tales of the Panchatantra […]

Hybrids, a solo exhibition by Rashid Al Khalifa opens at Ayyam Gallery

he Bahraini artist’s work will be on display from 20 January – 10 March 2018 Ayyam Gallery Dubai (11 Alserkal Avenue) is pleased to announce Hybrids, a solo exhibition by Rashid Al Khalifa. Hybrids will present a selection of wall-mounted installations from six different series from 2010 to 2017. Over the past four decades, Rashid […]

COYA Dubai is delighted to present “Hero Addicted” by Luca Valentini from January 22 – March 26, 2018

The Italian born artist has an engineering background that he applied to delve into art. In “Hero Addicted”, Valentini has taken iconic covers of newspapers and magazines and reworked them weaving in a mix contemporary art, street art, and solid German expressionism. This body of work was inspired by hero and antihero; the juxtaposition of […]

“Work In Progress” taking place at Triveni Kala Sangam, Delhi, from January 18 to January 25, 2018

On the completion of ten years, Kohlart proposes a revisitation and “re”presentation of the fundamental pillars of our entity – the artists and their art. To share this decade long journey they present annual group show titled WORK IN PROGRESS. Since Kohlart’s founding in 2007, have consistently worked with contemporary regional artists from around the […]

B. M. Anand Foundation at India Art Fair 2018 – Art, Politics, Ideology: the Aesthetics of Brij Mohan Anand on 9-12 February 2018

The B. M. Anand Foundation will showcase selected works by anti-establishment, modernist painter and illustrator Brij Mohan Anand, in a specially curated exhibition at India Art Fair, New Delhi, 9 – 12 February 2018. Curated by Dr. Alka Pande and designed by Ishan Khosla, this exhibition intends to broaden public exposure and understanding of B. […]

“What if you fly” by artist Michelle Poonawalla on 1st to 4th February, 2018 at New Delhi

Title of the exhibition: “What if you fly” by artist Michelle Poonawalla Dates: 1st to 4th February, 2018 Venue: Vis A Vis India, Chattarpur, New Delhi In Michelle Poonawallas work lies an insistent thread of hope. It snakes through cages, loops through nostalgia, dots the painted canvas in a riot of colour as it takes […]

Emami Art presents Bengal in new light at New Delhi for India Art Fair 2018

Emami Art, formerly known as Emami Chisel Art (ECA), part of the reputed Emami Group of Companies, is proud to return to India Art Fair in the Galleries section for the upcoming edition, due to take place from 9 – 12 February, 2018. The booth display at​ the fair has been conceptualised by Anupa Mehta, […]

Gallery Art Motif presents exhibition of “Drawings, Paintings and Ceramics” by artists Madhvi Subrahmanian, Neha Lavingia and Sheetal Gattani

Neha Lavingia The closest analogy to Neha Lavingia’s paintings will be that of the Zen form of poetry known as Haiku. They are precise, evocative and brief, the poetics of the minimal. In the push, pull and shove of life, how often do we take the time to stand, to stare, to wonder, to feel, […]

Exhibition of Senaka Senanayake, one of Sri Lanka’s leading artist, to be held in New Delhi in January 2018

In collaboration with London-based Grosvenor Gallery, Saffronart is holding an exhibition of paintings by the artist Senaka Senanayake at Saffronart, The Claridges, New Delhi, from 12 – 24 January 2018. The exhibition will feature new paintings by Senanayake on his most sought-after theme of the rainforest. Born in 1951, Senanayake is one of Sri Lanka’s […]

When is Space? An exhibition on Contemporary Architecture from 21 January to 31 March 2018

Commissioned by Jawahar​ ​Kala​ ​Kendra and Curated by Rupali​ ​Gupte​ ​&​ ​Prasad​ ​Shetty. ‘When is space?’ intends to discuss the contemporary architecture and space making practices in India. Space here refers to the multi-scalar dimensions at which one thinks of architecture, from the idea of the universe, to collective institutional forms to the micro environments […]