Noted Japanese contemporary artist Takashi Murakami, often touted as the Andy Warhol of Japan and known to blur the lines between fine arts and commercial
NAEEM MOHAIEMEN | দুই • dui
দুই • dui, Naeem Mohaiemen’s solo exhibition at Experimenter Hindustan Road in Kolkata makes new links between two works which first appeared in a journal
V.S. Gaitonde|The Silent Observer
The exhibition brings together for the first time, works from two iconic collections in the city that were put together beginning from the early 1950s.
A Time for Farewells| Curated By Premjish Achari
Only our most distant descendants will be able to decide whether we should be praised or reproached for first working out our philosophy before working
A tribute to enduring Notre Dame cathedral in wake of the recent fire tragedy
After a fire tragedy that had the world watching as the historic Notre Dame cathedral went up in flames, an exhibition by the J. Paul
Modus Operandi II; in-situ: an artist studio
Aditi Singh Anant Joshi | Anju Dodiya | Archanan Hande | Atul Dodiya | Bhuvanesh Gowda | Bijoy Jain/Studio Mumbai | Desmond Lazaro | Dhruvi
Atlas Holding the Heavens | Moonis Ahmad Shah
The Foundation of Indian Contemporary Art, in collaboration with Pro Helvetia, the Swiss Arts Council, is pleased to present an exhibition of Moonis Ahmad Shah.
Iranian Islamic art on exhibition in Delhi
To mark 70 years of diplomatic relations between India and Iran, an exhibition brings Iranian handicrafts, calligraphy, pottery, metal works and photographs to Delhi. The