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

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Somnath Hore: A centenary exhibition

Emami Art

Curated by K.S. Radhakrishnan, the nonlinear exhibition explores differnt facets of the artist. It showcases some of his early works, pages from his sketchbook, etchings, drawings, and paintings from different periods.


Somnath Hore

19th June – 24th July

Singed But Not Burnt

Emami Art

The exhibition showcases portraits, landscapes of climate disasters, and images of ordinary people, tracing the renowned photographer's arc of a practice spanning four decades. Curated by Ina Puri.


Shahidul Alam

19th June – 20th August

The Dark Edge of Green

Emami Art

Curated by Nancy Adajania, the show is a retrospective of the artist's work spanning over three decades.


Arunima Choudhury

19th June – 20th August

Into Exile: A presentation by Paula Sengupta

Arthshila Santiniketan, Bolpur

The event consists of a presentation on the museumization of the Tibetan community in exile. It starts at 6:30 PM IST.


Paula Sengupta

10th July

Time Machine Travelogue

Ganges Art Gallery

The exhibition showcases the most recent works of the artist.


Debraj Goswami

13th June – 08th July

The Architectonics of Form

Akar Prakar

The solo exhibition is a commemoration of sensations impressed upon the artist over decades through spatial interventions. Inspired by Chinese scroll paintings, his artistic language and the paper scroll bond magnificently to create 5-feet long painted scrolls in this series of works.


Ganesh Haloi

24th April – 16th July

Living A Dark Night

Arthshila Santiniketan, Bolpur

This exhibition is a reponse to the testing times of the pandemic and showcases a time of despair and anxiety.


Paula Sengupta

7th June – 10th July

Permanent Exhibit

Indian Museum

The largest and oldest museum in India showcasing a range of historical, cultural and scientific antiques, fossils, sculptures, and art objects.


Group Show