M+, the first global museum of contemporary visual culture in Asia dedicated to collecting, exhibiting, and interpreting visual art, design, and architecture, and moving image will open in Hong Kong at the end of this year.
Although the pandemic is not officially over, the grim shadow that captured the world through 2020 seems to be slowly lifting. The art scene in
An online exhibition of archival portraits of leading Indian classical artists, including Kishori Amonkar, Pt. Birju Maharaj and Shovana Narayan, taken at their live performances
With artists of many generations bringing alive the emotion in different styles, forms, mediums, and visual language, a wide oeuvre of Indian art has been there to observe. And while often it is the miniatures from the middle era which captures the fancy of the audiences, the modern and contemporary Indian art is not devoid of such intimate utterances in the ‘matters of heart.’
Ballygunge Place, Kolkata
11 February, 2021 – 10 April, 2021
Hindustan Road, Kolkata
22 January 2021 – 31 March 2021