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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Himalayan Odyssey a series of artworks by Ankita Srivastava

People throughout human history have been fascinated with mountains. Their majesty fills us with wonder; for many, the mountains are religious abodes, while for others they are nature’s challenge, meant to be conquered! The Himalayas in Asia boast of some of the world’s highest peaks and consequently have attracted many

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KAIVALYA

Kaivalya, to me is to get to the essence of life, accepting the world of forms and dynamism, yet dwelling with the formless and the silence. This series of works happened in the past couple of years, as i have decided to Plunge into romancing this medium, in the midst

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‘In Between’ A solo show by Radhika Kacha

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

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‘DASHAVATARA’ – Dialectics of Tradition

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

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Thota Vaikuntam – exclusive drawings, charcoals, and sculpture

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

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