Exhibitions

Rameshwar Broota

Amongst his generation of artists, Rameshwar Broota, much like the solitary male figure in his imagery, stands distinctly alone in his consistent engagement with the ‘male body’ over five decades. While the female nude, seen through the male gaze, remained dominant in 20th century Indian art...

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Nalini Malani

A Retrospective (1969 – 2014) in Three Chapters

“You Can’t Keep Acid in a Paper Bag” is artist Nalini Malani’s first ever retrospective showcasing in India. Conceptualised in three-parts, each chapter ran for three months to present her art practice of the last five decades. The...

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Sonia Khurana

Sonia Khurana has engaged with and articulated the poetics of dwelling and dereliction for more than two decades. In the exhibition she creates an installation that inhabits the dream house both physically and metaphorically. Using the performative mode she navigates the overlapping...

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Participating Artists

Anita Dube, Atul Dodiya, Amar Kanwar, Arpita Singh, Ashim Purkayastha, Gulammohammed Sheikh, Himmat Shah, Idris Khan, K.P. Krishnakumar, Navjot Altaf, N.N. Rimzon, Rummana Hussain, Shirazeh Houshiary, Shilpa Gupta, Surendran Nair, Vivan Sundaram,...

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Participating Artists

Ramkinker Baij, Richard Bartholomew, Nandalal Bose, Somnath Hore, M.F. Husain, Ida kar, Bhupen Khakhar, Madan Mahatta, Benodbehari Mukherjee, Meera Mukherjee, Jeram Patel, Ganesh Pyne, Krishna Reddy, Himmat Shah, Arpita Singh and F.N. Souza.

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Participating Artists

Anita Dube, Bharti Kher, Dayanita Singh, Ranjani Shettar, Sheba Chhachhi, Sheela Gowda and Sonia Khurana

‘Seven Contemporaries’ is the last part of the mega three-fold exhibition, ‘Difficult Loves’ that presented contemporary modes of art...

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Amrita Sher-Gil

In collaboration with Navina and Vivan Sundaram

'The self in making' examines Amrita Sher-Gil’s self-portraits that were grounded in her self-consciousness of growing up to be an artist and also positioning herself as a modern woman. Her nuanced persona could easily slip from a western...

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Nasreen Mohamedi

In the history of Indian Modernism, Nasreen Mohamedi is a distinct figure who broke away from the mainstream art practice of the early decades of post-Independent India, choosing the less explored trajectory of the 'non-representational'. Without engaging in reconfiguring the world in images...

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Participating Artists

Amar Kanwar, Chittarprosad, H.G. Arunkumar, Masooma Syed, Naeem Mohaiemen, N.N. Rimzon, Rakhi Peswani, Ranbir Kaleka, Ravi Agarwal, Samit Das, Sheba Chhachhi, Sudhir Patwardhan, Sumedh Rajendran, Susanta Mandal

And four Projects:...

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Shakuntala Kulkarni

Shakuntala Kulkarni’s solo exhibition 'of bodies, armour and cages' attempts to address the relationship of the body to the dual notion of protection and entrapment. From her earlier concerns with human predicament, Shakuntala has shifted attention to gender specific issues over the last two...

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