Sights and Insights – I: An Exploration of Contemporary Indian Art

The idea of a group exhibition is not only to assemble a group of artists but to bring together stories, shared experiences, myths, beliefs and more than anything an attempt at shared collectivity, a sense of belonging. Each of the twenty seven artists presented in this show brings her or

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A Simple Life, if it were: Watercolours by Raghunath Sahoo

Life is difficult, sometimes way too difficult. Compounded by the pressures of an urban living, we crave for a simple life. Often art is supposed to be making a statement, a manifesto of all that must be condemned or done away with; in other words a mirror to all that

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Art in the time of COVID-19: Watercolours by Aarti Patel and Anand M. Bekwad

In the days filled with uncertainty, it is Art that can give us a sense of calm and seem like the light at the end of a dark tunnel. As we bravely continue to march ahead, Kalakriti Contemporary brings an exhibition that has emerged in these times. ‘Art in the

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New Visions on landscape: Watercolours by Laxmipriya Panigrahi

“Through my works, I intend to accentuate the fact that life still has its own existence and I try to find the essence of life in everything around us which makes us lively.”                                  

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Art in Isolation

As the art world is embarking on the path of virtual, we find that art has becomes more accessible. Kalakriti Art Gallery, which has over the years brought spectacularly mounted exhibitions, is now entering the world of digital. We have partnered with the best technology providers to create the digital

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The Other Side: Paintings by Muzaffar Ali

Muzaffar Ali brings loads of emotional energy while transcending the time and space in his visual storytelling. Home is central to all his journeys in art. His sense of belonging, his spirituality, his journeys are both rooted in the Ganga-Jamuni Tehzeeb of central Uttar Pradesh and are apolitically modern and

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In pursuit of infinity by Madhuri Kathe

Born in 1972, in the holy town of Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh, Dr. Madhrui Kathe's oeuvre is reflective the many metaphysical learning she has gained over the years. She completed her Masters in Drawing and Painting from the Art College in 1993, and pursued another Masters in Ancient Indian History, Culture

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The sound of clay by Maitri Chheda

Maitri's works are an attempt to explore the multiplicity and possibilities of the material of ceramics, generally considered a traditional medium. For her, this medium can be explored beyond its tradition. Her work revolves around the aspect of hollow space and the associated elements of thickness and thinness of the

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SQ’FT (INDIA ART FAIR – 2020)

Linger By Avijit Dutta artwork details The flip By Avijit Dutta artwork details Absence By Avijit Dutta artwork details Counter Point By Avijit Dutta artwork details Point By Avijit Dutta artwork details The Other Night By Avijit Dutta artwork details Terminal Interference By Avijit Dutta artwork details Conflicting Gazes By

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R. C. Mehta: Exploring the familiar and the Iconic

This is the first of three exhibitions for Makers and Meanings: the Krishnakriti Festival 2020. The exhibitions are collectively titled Deconstructing Paradise: Images and Imaginations of Kashmir.  Ram Chand Mehta’s body of work is a significant professional and personal archive. It constitutes six decades of practice within the history of photography in Kashmir, which

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