Exhibitions

Sayed Haider Raza was born into a liberal Muslim family in Madhya Pradesh, in 1922. While his family chose to migrate to Pakistan after the Partition, Raza decided to stay back in India, settling in Bombay (Mumbai) and later co-founding the historic Progressive Artists’ Group (along with influential artists like FN Souza and MF Husain). An accomplished painter of...

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An exhibition on photography will be opening simultaneously at KNMA, Saket. Produced by intrepid travellers, writers, journalists, photographers and artists, the exhibits will span the colonial, modern and postcolonial periods of subcontinental history from the mid-nineteenth-century to the 1970s. It will feature works of notable French photographers over broad spans of...

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Somnath Hore (1921- 2006), or Somnath da as his students and appraisers admiringly addressed him, was born in Barama village in Chittagong, in undivided Bengal (present Bangladesh). His life and art exemplified an artistic practice that drew from a collective ideology of existential amelioration, equality and empathy, all in tandem with Hore’s own personal philosophy...

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The Kiran Nadar Museum of Art (KNMA) is delighted to present a new group exhibition titled, Inner Life of Things: Around Anatomies and Armatures curated by Roobina Karode (Chief Curator and Director, KNMA) at the Noida space of the museum. The exhibition brings forth independent projects by 15 artists whose investigations are rooted in the ecologies of co-...

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The figure of the artist as an outcast with a personality that verges on insanity and self-destructiveness is a recurrent yet barely understood trope of modernist narratives. Today, with the withdrawal of modernism, this solitary figure has become only more obscure, romanticized, and even stereotyped. However, the ongoing pandemic that forced many into seclusion has inadvertently offered...

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Exploration of the world outside, one which is rooted in the real, yet silently allowing the fantastic to enter the image-scape. So far, what had only been subjects of routine observances turned into remote recesses. What he had not realised was the power of the subconscious to dredge up, from the depths of the mind, extemporaneous views of trees, creepers, plants, sky, clouds, water bodies...

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New Delhi, Delhi 110017
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KIRAN NADAR MUSEUM OF ART
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NOIDA, U.P.
0120-4683289

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The museum is closed on Monday and all public holidays.