Visual Allegories

Kalakriti Art Gallery is delighted to present 'Visual Allegories' showcasing individualistic artist expression by Hyderabad based artist, Archana Rajguru and Debabrata Biswas. This show exposes personal narratives by both the artist's, By rendering these experiences into masterpieces of an exhibit themselves, the artists allow the audience a peek into their

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Let’s Go Here by Prabhakar Dabral

I am a design educator and an artist belonging to the Garhwal region of Uttarakhand. Art has always been a sole medium for me to project my sensibilities and emotions and also have been very therapeutic to me in releasing my stress and unrest. Having born in the hilly region

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Like The Air I Breathe by Bakula Nayak

A self-confessed stubborn romantic, Bakula Nayak noses out the magic stifled in the everyday and elevates the mundane into something bright, dreamy and unique through her art. With an undergraduate degree in architecture and an MS in Communication Design from Pratt Institute, Manhattan, Bakula began her career at a fragrance

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Convergence: The Untouched Layer by Neha Verma

Neha’s work conveys the thoughts from various states of her mind in reality and observation. Her practice has a layer of archival visual references to create a conceptual dialogue with the past and at the same time which she explores. Her works constantly traverse the lines between metaphor, reality and

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The Theatre of Absorption

The proposed show, The Theatre of Absorption intends to be on the self-portraits of living artists in India, both senior and the relatively younger, or mid-career artists. Often hailed as tireless examiners of self, artists have consistently taken self-portraits as a medium of creative interrogation. Much of it is or

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An Exhibition Of his Oxford Drawings by K.G.Subramanyan

Kalakriti Art Gallery in collaboration with The Seagull Foundation for the Arts, Kolkata brings to Hyderabad an exhibition showcasing exquisite works by renowned and eminent artist, K.G. Subramanyan done in the year 1987-88 while he was at Oxford. Painter, sculptor, muralist, KG Subramanyan was born in a village in north

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Traces of Solitude – A Portrait series by Harsha Andukuri

Title: Traces of Solitude - A Portrait series Cities are forever bustling with life and activities and so are the many facets of this present society. One of the many manifestations of living in a city is the feeling of being alone amongst a crowd and losing connection with one’s

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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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