ASHWATHA – THE SACRED TREE

Trees, are one of the earth’s oldest life forms; silent witnesses to the passing of time. Through ages, ancient people have best owed veneration on Trees making them a sacred and integral part of their life on earth. To the Egyptians, the tree of life was symbolic of the process

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A Note on Remembrance by Ekta Singha

Kalakriti Contemporary presents ‘A Note on Remembrance’ by Ekta Singha. The crux of Ekta's work is the personal interpretation of layers of experiences woven with the paraphernalia of design motifs, forms and elements derived from miniature paintings. Her interest in Mughal, Persian and Rajput miniature paintings has helped her generate a language of her own. Then its the Visual experiences

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Braj-architecture of praikrama

7th-9th June 2019, Kalakriti Contemporary Art gallery, Club Botanika, Gachibowli.   Architecture and Design Foundation [India] and Kamla Raheja Vidyanidhi Institute of Architecture, Mumbai in collaboration with Kalakriti Contemporary Art Gallery is hosting an unique exhibition of Architectural documentation of four important pilgrimage centres of Goverdhan, Mathura, Gokul and Vrindavan-

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Wild Flowers – A series of Painting by Shagufta Mehdi

Living in a place that is probably the most verdant part of a bustling city, nature as a muse is omnipresent. Painting, nature has been Shagufta's greatest source of inspiration, the beauty of flowers and their capacity to spread joy has always fascinated her and reflected in her artworks. The

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Windows to the Gods

Gods, Goddesses and Mythologies: Popular Oleographs and Chromolithographs from the Late 19th and Early 20th century India. As many as ninety oleographs and chromolithographs by Raja Ravi Varma, M. V. Dhurandhar, Bamapada Banerjee and many lesser-known popular artists of the so-called “Calendar Prints” are on display at the Kalakriti Art

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The Lay of the Land

Dreams, visions, fantasies, and memories act as rifts in the fabric of our realities. The act of existing is disturbed by such impulses. These interruptions like a slippery eel, not fully revealed, always slipping away, creates a tear in our perceived realities.The transformative potential of artwork to re-imagine lived realities,

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Shifting Realities by Ashok Kumar

A journey from an Architect to an Artist Born in Sholapur 1950 and raised in Hyderabad, artist Ashok Kumar is graduated from School of Fine Arts and Architecture, Hyderabad. An architect by profession, he designed premier houses and famous commercial buildings, industries, restaurants and hotels in the cities of Hyderabad

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A Needle, a stitch and many Tales

Dig deeper into 'A Needle, a stitch and many Tales...' by artist Bapi Das at Kalakriti Art Gallery. Kalakriti showcased artist, Bapi Das popular for his embroidered compositions works at the 2018 edition of Kochi Muziris Biennale. He was one of the most spoken artists, of the Biennale, In sync

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