28th April 2022
Art Magnum Earthy Hues An exhibition of G. Reghu and Anki Khurana's artworks. Earthy Hues is an exhibition that shall showcase the artworks of 2 of eminent artists of India – G Reghu and Anki Khurana. While G Reghu is a prolific sculptor, Anki Khurana is known for her nature inspired paintings. Sculpture for G. Reghu is the embodiment of an idea a metaphor beyond the physicality of the form itself. Not limited by scale or material, his generic heads series‟ in bronze and ceramic are seemingly simple, sublime and sensitive and are monumental in their expressive contours. They nevertheless hold deep cultural connections and memories and speak to the human spirit. The abstract works of artist Anki Khurana speak in a vocabulary of the inner being within all of us. Visually they suggest vast expanses and spiritual dimensions expressed through a frenzied riot of colours. We bring to you an exclusive look at the collection of works by Anki Khurana, titled The Alchemy of Transformation. The exhibition shall display unseen works of both artists and aims to be a visual treat for art collectors and art enthusiasts alike.
29th April 2022
The Path Of Grace To relive the most magical era of India’s belle epoch and the emergence of the very distinct school of Kishangarh miniatures, visit The Path of Grace, a unique exhibition by Princess Vaishnavi Kumari, Studio Kishangarh. View over 70 unique renditions of miniatures and Pichwai's created in the 18th Century under the patronage of the royal family. An art exhibition of modern paintings inspired by Miniature Paintings and heirloom Pichwai's from the Kishangarh collection. Working on the concept of karkhanas or ateliers of the old, each painting is a collaboration between the patron and artist. This series reinterprets traditional motifs and subjects with modern concepts and techniques.
25th April 2022
Head of the Giant - Cristobal Gabbaron The ICCR, under its Distinguished Visitors Programme (DVP) hosted Mr. Cristobal Gabbaron, an internationally-recognised artist from Spain from 25 Apr to 03 May 2022. Gabarron is known for his production of public art as much in paint as in sculpture or monumental montage. Under DVP ICCR facilitates visits of distinguished persons such as Nobel Laureates, former PMs, MPs Bureaucrats, think-tanks, well-known personalities from different countries to India to experience Indian culture and visit important Institutions. They organised an exhibition titled Head of the Giant an artistic expression of the Gandhian philosophy by Mr. Cristobal Gabarron on Wednesday 27 April 2022. The exhibition was inaugurated by Meenakshi Lekhi Hon’ble Union Minister of State for External Affairs & Culture.
15th April 2022
Art Alive Gallery had a tripartite show The artists were Sakti Burman: Life is a Theatre Maite Delteil: The Garden of My Soul Maya Burman: Games of Life Curatorial Advisor: Ranjit Hoskote It was a multilateral show that was hosted parallel as three solo exhibitions paying a tribute to the Master artist Sakti Burman and Maite Delteil whose legacy Maya Burman is taking forward. It featured a collection of the artists’ recent works who have a shared cultural heritage of French and Indian roots. Supported by Institut français India, the show will be part of the celebration of 20 years of Art Alive.
08th April 2022
Conversations in My Own Language "Conversations in my own language" is a show that highlights the contemporary vernacular art in thecountry. The practices involved in creating these works are rooted in longstanding traditions. Some are rooted in religion or some in folklore, the common thread being the evolution of the artist’s environment and their contemporary observations narrated in these works.
02nd April 2022
Rajasthan Foundation celebrated handmade artistry from Rajasthan keeping in mind the idea of "Women empowerment", a fashion line presented by Ruma Devi at Bikaner house, New Delhi on 2 April at 11:30 am. India style fashion week is being organised on this occasion.