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CURRENT EXHIBITIONS

NEW DELHI

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


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Narrating from the Museum, Archives and Collections.

A display of the museum's archives over the last 10 years to commemorate the glorious decade.

MIXED BAG

Kiran Nadar Museum of Art, Noida

Group Show

Jan 25 - June 30

Right to laziness...no, strike that! Sidewalking with the man sayong sorry

The exhibtion is a thought-form part of the Young Artists of Our Times series curated by Akansha Rastogi, accompanied by the simultaneous reading of Paul Lafargue's The Right to be Lazy and Aman Sethi's A Free Man.

MIXED BAG

Kiran Nadar Museum of Art, Saket

Group Show

Jan 30 - June 30

Scripting Time - Memory - Ecology

Curated by Roobina Karode, the exhibition showcases the works of seven women artists whose differential personal experiences and generational distances are undermined and suspended by the restorative power of the remains of nature which their artworks emconpass and delve into.

MIXED BAG

Kiran Nadar Museum of Art, Saket

Group Show

Jan 30 - June 30

Stammer in the Shade

Veteran artist, Atul Dodiya's show is an exploration of the social milieu he is positioned in, with his paintings and assemblages engaging in a dialogue with both political and art history. The exhibition is divided into two parts comprising paintings in his fragmented abstract style and the shutter series.

MIXED BAG

Vadehra Contemporary

Atul Dodiya

Jan 29 - Feb 29

Everyday Extraordinary

A solo show presenting new works by artist Suhasini Kejriwal which are remnants of her experience shared with urban spaces in Kolkata and Mumbai and the dialectics and poetics of the mundane churned out of it. Her works are drawn towards capturing the relationship cultivated between the people and the space they inhabit which gives rise to an identity that is unique and singular.

MIXED BAG

Nature Morte

Suhasini Kejriwal

Feb 15 - Mar 14

Form & Play - Ganesh Haloi

The show presents Ganesh Haloi's non-figurative paintings which deal with the plenitude of nature depicted in pictorial signs comprising minuscule dots and calligraphic lines to convey his deep sense of pathos and melancholy.

MIXED BAG

Akar Prakar Contemporary

Ganesh Haloi

Jan 28 - Feb 20

Terranum Nuncius

The exhibition 'Terranum Nuncius' organised by Nature Morte showcases Jitish Kallat's two major works, including a photographic and sound installation titled "Covering Letter (terranum nuncius)" and "Ellipsis", his largest painting to date.

MIXED BAG

Bikaner House

Jitish Kallat

Jan 29 - Feb 19

TIMES,LINES,1989S

An exhibition by Russian Art Collective Chto Delat, showcasing art that speaks about the need of telling alternate history, to revisit or retell history by utilizing the concept of a �timeline� as a provocation to think about who tells history, and the manner in which history circulates.

NEW AGE

KHOJ

Russian Art Collective Chto Delat

Jan 29 - Feb 29

The Idea of the Acrobat

The exhibiton presents the work of 12 artists across diverse mediums, focusing on the contemporary socio-political issues to exploring the definitons of what can be considered as "art" in the 21st century. It delves into the idea that art practices like acrobatics also entail similar concerns of balance, flexibility, strength, timing and risk-taking.

MIXED BAG

Bikaner House

Group Show

Jan 29 - Feb 19

Emptiness Equality: Sunnata Samanta.

Curated by S. Anand, the exhibit showcases works of the artist that revolve around the ideas propagated by Ambedkar, Buddha and Kabir.

NEW AGE

Devi Art Foundation

Group Show

Jan 20 - Mar 2

IIT Delhi: A Modernist Case Study

Presenting a photographic exploration of IIT Delhi that was deigned by J.K Chowdhury and Gulzar Singh in the 60s, to understand the role of architecture, history and time.

NEW AGE

PHOTOINK

Madan Mahatta, Randhir Singh

Jan 18 - Feb 20

THE EXODUS OF ETERNAL WANDERERS

Presenting scuptural works by the artist that delve into the realities of climate change and its effect on human migration. His miniaturized human figures and scupturas evoke an emotion of an eternal journey in search of home, depict the painful life in exile, and introduce an existential dilemma of unparalleled scale.

NEW AGE

Latitude 28

Sudipta Das

Jan 17 - Feb 28

Bhoomi

Presenting artworks that are reflective of the artist�s ongoing dialogue with the rural landscape, the farmer, their implements, where form becomes a metaphor for both memory and identity

NEW AGE

GALLERY ESPACE

Shambhavi

Jan 25 - Feb 24

The Song of the Earth and the Sky

Artist and architect Ankon Mitra coalesces copper of the earth and silver of the sky to create a pointed arch and multiplies it nine times to symbolise the nine realms. Representing yin and yang, wind and water, which are elements of the earth and the sky, the garden transforms into a wholeness which is reflective of all spiritual energies that the universe is replete with.

Gujral Foundation

Ankon Mitra

Feb 5 - Apr 26

Memory's Cut: Its Deep Embrace

Showcasing new works by the artist, this exhibition is a highlight of the VIP programme of the India Art Fair 2020. She uses photography, drawing, sculpture, textiles and sound to transform 24 Jor Bagh into a series of personal spaces that encapsulate her memories of home.

NEW AGE

Gujral Foundation

Remen Chopra W. Van Der

Jan 31 - Feb 24

Bhurukuwa/Dawn

One of the two-part presentations of the artist�s oeuvre, the exhibit explores the subtle interplay between man, nature and art, and a duality where everything is earth and connected, yet nothing is complete in its original form.

NEW AGE

Shrine Empire

Shambhavi

Jan 28 - Feb 28

YOU WILL KNOW ME: Migration Stories

Showcasing a body of work by artists who dwell in uncertainty, their works questioning the inbetweenness, the space between two cultures. Their aim is to open a space for dialogues through this exhibition.

NEW AGE

Art Alive Gallery

Group Show

Jan 19 - Feb 10

The Fifties Show: Works of Indian Modernism

The show revisits an epochal decade of newly-independent India, that was no longer mired in colonialism and was about to witness the Indian art world embrace modernism and create some of the finest masterpieces, including the likes of F.N. Souza and Nandalal Bose.

TRADITIONALIST

Delhi Art Gallery

Group show

Feb 1 - Mar 26

Materilogy 2.0: What Happens When Yesterday Becomes Tomorrow?

Curated by Amit Gupta and Pramiti Madhavji, the exhibition delves into the question of acknowledging the reality that awaits us, the hopes that tomorrow promises, by reliving the ethos of yesteryears, which we often tend to forget in this fast-changing world.

NEW AGE

STIR Gallery

Group Show

Feb 2 - Feb 22

The Round Ocean and the Living Death

The exhibition showcases new works by N.N. Rimzon, which are composed of a language that addresses the age-old belief systems and traditions of India as well as the complexities of contemporary times.

MIXED BAG

Talwar Gallery

N.N Rimzon

Jan 28 - Apr 11

Visions in the Making

Curated by Myna Mukherjee and Davide Quadrio, the show brings together six women from Italy and South Asia who create works that defy standardization and commercialization, play with time and temporality and wander in geography as well as history.

MIXED BAG

The Italian Cultural Institute

Group Show

Jan 31 - Feb 28

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