SQ’FT (INDIA ART FAIR – 2020)

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 In Situ By Avijit Dutta artwork details Conflicting Gazes By Avijit Dutta artwork details

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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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FRAGMENTS IN MOTION

Harsha Durugadda currently lives and works in Hyderabad. He has participated in solo and group exhibitions in India, Germany Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States. Most recently his works were exhibited in the 2018 Nord Art exhibition in Germany where he was awarded Biafarin award. Since his solo

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Vanishing Beauty

Manisha Agrawal (b.1989) began her artistic training at the Govt. College of Fine Arts, Indore, in her home state of M.P. (India), where she received her B.F.A. in 2010 and M.F.A. degree, in 2013. She is also trained in computer graphics (Digital Painting). Some of her recent notable group exhibitions

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BRONZED From Paint to Patina (INDIA ART FAIR – 2020)

A two-dimensional figure on a canvas has many aspects that are hidden and left to one’s imagination. A three-dimensional bronze not only brings to life and extends itself to a more physical form but also exerts the artist to create the remainder of the image; a fresh imagination in continuum.

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Plus verte ailleurs

Kalakriti Art Gallery presents‘Plus verte ailleurs’ an exhibition showcasing works produced during thecross- residency exchange programme between Bordeaux Métropole and Hyderabad in The State of Telangana, India, in partnership with the Krishnakriti Foundation, Kalakriti Art Gallery and The City Hall of Bordeaux under one roof. Residence release of: Emmanuelle Leblanc (Hyderabad, Oct - Nov 2019)

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‘A Journey Through Art’

‘A Journey Through Art’  - Travelling artists brings the glamour of Southern Temples and Northern Ghats on canvas. The series - ‘A Journey Through Art’ brings together a journey highlighting the artistic learning, philosophy and process of various art forms and sensibilities of the two regions, fascinated by its ghats,

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Old Seeds in glass

A Dialogue with Soil I excavate the roots that grew beneath the surface unbeknownst to me. I see them lying with age unattended but the frozen soil significantly indicates the influence of layers of atmospheric process. The chemical reaction in the soil in heat changed the inner story of the

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AND TRANCE EVERYWHERE…

KALAKRITI ART GALLERY presents 'AND TRANCE EVERYWHERE...' by Moshe Dayan Curated by Ruchi Sharma 4th October, 2019, 6:00 pm at The Gallery Cafe, Banjara Hills Exhibition on view till 31st October 2019 Kalakriti Art Gallery presents 'And Trance everywhere…’ by artist, Moshe Dayan depicts little things in everyday life like

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Mahatma 150

The exhibition entitled 'Mahatma 150' presents a selection of drawings/sketches on Gandhi by Telangana based artists Shankar Pamarthy, curated by Ruchi Sharma. Coinciding with the legend birth anniversary which is celebrated as 'International Day of Non-Violence'. ‘For Me… Every Pose is a Message!’- Shankar Recalling his childhood days (the artist) - celebrating Independence

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