Radhika Kacha's paintings are the poetic representation of the clouds, skies of different times and seasons. Haziness and cloudy skies represent the state of mind. Clouds are symbolically associated with the emotional state of the mind and circumstances related to life. She tries to create scenes of nature that doesn’t
Giridhar Goud in his latest suite of works has created the narrative of the life of Krishna in the series titled “Dashavatara” based on his study of the tenth chapter or the Dasma Skanda of Srimad Maha Bhagvatam. His works was based on, a series which, opened space in initiating
Thota Vaikuntam - exclusive collection After the great success at India Art Fair, New Delhi 2019. Kalakriti Art Gallery is pleased to announce the preview of the exclusive early series of works by Hyderabad eminent artist, Thota Vaikuntam showcasing the range of collective drawings and charcoals from circa 1981-86 and sculpture
Preview: 31st January 2019, NSIC Grounds, Okhla Industrial Estate, New Delhi | By invitation only For the public: 1st – 3rd January 2019, NSIC Grounds, Okhla Industrial Estate, New Delhi 31st Jan | Thursday | Timings: 3 pm — 7 pm 1st Feb | Friday | Timings: 11 am —
Johann Milh’s paintings are inspired by his surrounding scenes. This exhibition looks at certain subjects that he has already broached in his previous shows. However, as it is often the case, previous explorations are combined with more recent experiences of visions, thoughts, research that were enabled by this residency programme.
As art gets more unaffordable Khushii brings art lovers ‘Art Loot’, the works of some of India’s most talented artists. This unique charity initiative will give art lovers an opportunity to take home some of the exquisite works of art, at this affordable price. Deccan Chronicle presents The Art Caravan
Kalakriti Art Gallery cordially invites you to a series of events in association with Kalakriti India; Mapin Publishing, Ahmedabad and The Deccan Heritage Foundation. – Talk ‘Art and Independence: Y.G. Srimati’ by curator and author John Guy, around 5pm. This forthcoming sumptuous volume on Y.G. Srimati, a painter of the