CURRENT EXHIBITIONS

BANGALORE

We've rounded up our top exhibitions of the week for Bangalore featuring some of our favorite galleries, museums, and art events. Check them out!


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Disclaimer: Due to Covid-19, the timings may differ. Kindly recheck the space website for latest updates on timings or ask us on our social media channels.

Permanent Exhibit

Features an extensive range of work by significant modern Indian artists.

Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath

MIXED BAG

NA

Permanent Exhibit

The Drawing Show: Part II

A group show featuring drawings by some top-notch contemporary artists of India.

Gallery Sumukha

MIXED BAG

Group Show

Feb 3 - Feb 20

Permanent Exhibit

Exhibits modern art with an extensive collection ranging diverse media.

National Gallery of Modern Art, Bangalore

MIXED BAG

NA

Permanent Exhibit

Permanent Exhibit

Showcases the work of the late artist K. Venkatappa, best known for his watercolours featuring sensible realism.

Venkatappa Art Gallery

MIXED BAG

K. Venkatappa

Permanent Exhibit

Permanent Exhibit

As India’s first aerospace museum, it is a perfect place for aviation enthusiasts and history buffs. They have various types of aircraft models with true-motion stimulators, that enables visitors to realistically experience flying fighter jets and commercial aircrafts.

HAL Heritage Centre & Aerospace Museum

MIXED BAG

NA

Permanent Exhibit

Permanent Exhibit

With the aim of preserving and promoting cartooning and cartoonists in the country, this institute recognizes the talents in the field and popularize the art form among the masses.

Indian Institute of Cartoonists

MIXED BAG

NA

Permanent Exhibit

Permanent Exhibit

A thriving activity centre that allows one to indulge in classical programs, jam sessions, street plays, art activites as well as voice their opinions on citizen initiatives

Rangoli Metro Art Centre

MIXED BAG

NA

Permanent Exhibit

Permanent Exhibit

Built by Mysorean ruler Tipu Sultan as his summer retreat back in 1791, this palace is completely made out of teak. The ground floor has a museum that displays portraits, artefacts and clothings of the royalty.

Tipu Sultan Summer Palace

MIXED BAG

NA

Permanent Exhibit

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