Nalini Malani - You Can’t Keep Acid in a Paper Bag, 1969-2014 (2015)

You can’t Keep Acid in a Paper Bag, examines the multifaceted and wide ranging oeuvre of Nalini Malani which spans a period of over 45 years. This engaging publication traces through articles and images, her journey as an... Read More

Seven Contemporaries (2015)

Seven Contemporaries, captures the artistic practices, anxieties, inspirations, preoccupations, and trepidations of seven women artists who have enriched the contemporary Indian art scene; Anita Dube, Bharti  Kher, Dayanita Singh, Ranjani Shettar, Sheba Chhachhi, Sheela Gowda and Sonia Khurana. Edited... Read More

The Self in Making - Amrita Sher-Gil (2014)

The Self in Making, Amrita Sher-Gil delineates the way her maturity was tied up with deep self-awareness of her artistic persona as well as her identity as a 'modern woman'. Through the rich selection of images chosen from her trajectory of practice, a glimpse is offered into how... Read More

Zones of Contact: Propositions on the Museum (2013)

The exhibition ‘Zones of Contact: Propositions on the Museum’ deliberates upon the museum as a site under construction, it's contours still being defined and evaluated in the present day scenario in  South Asia. Brought out alongside the exhibition, this catalogue... Read More

Cynical Love: Life in the Everyday (2012)

‘Cynical Love: Life in the Everyday’ presents the theme of a fast paced globalized world and the undeniable contribution of technology as well as the imperative need for it. Technology acts as a life-support for the democratic art forms and pushes them to newer inventions. Besides... Read More

Crossings: Time Unfolded (2012)

Crossings: Time Unfolded II captures the spirit of the exhibition which attempted to comprehend the fast changing world and distinct experiences of the temporal. Following in the footsteps of the exhibition, the catalogue abandons chronology altogether, to intersect diverse yet interrelated... Read More

Time Unfolded (2011)

Time Unfolded examines the second exhibition of KNMA, which was held at the newly inaugurated museum space at Saket in 2011. This book showcases some seminal artworks, which were classified into separate sections or themes in the exhibition. Sections that rested within the elaborate scope of modern and contemporary... Read More

Open Doors (2010)

The exhibition ‘Open Doors’ was a revelatory journey through time serving a dual purpose. It worked towards drawing a temporal arc not only through the historically relevant events in 20th century Indian art through the exhibited art works , but also simultaneously shed light on Mrs. Nadar’s  foray into a creative voyage... Read More

Sonia Khurana Oneiric House | round about midnight (2014)

Oneiric House: round about midnight is a booklet that accompanied the eponymous KNMA exhibition of artist Sonia Khurana at Jor Bagh, New Delhi. It contains Roobina Karode’s curatorial note and a perceptive conversation between Belinder Dhanoa... Read More




New Delhi

145, DLF South Court Mall, Saket
New Delhi, Delhi 110017
011-4916 0000

10:30 A.M - 6:30 P.M

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Plot No. 3 A, Sector 126,

10:30 A.M - 6:30 P.M

The museum is closed on Monday and all public holidays.