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The ongoing exhibition at Barrack number 4 befittingly presents art from different periods

Organised by The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) in collaboration with Delhi Art Gallery — titled “Drishyakala”, begins with British artists Thomas and William Daniell, who travelled through India late eighteenth century onwards to produce “Oriental Scenery”, often described as “the finest illustrated work on India”. “

An exhibition lending insight into the role of rafoogars in preservation of shawls, textiles

The knowledge of rafoogiri is passed on from one generation to generation within the community. The rafoogars survive by doing the simplest mending in bazaars, beginning at a cost of Rs 500.

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Back On The Block

In their first joint exhibition in India, Bina Ramani and husband George Mailhot showcase their divergent art inclinations.

Working the Soil

An ongoing exhibition traces the genesis and evolution of Santiniketan through the work of its four principal artists

King Without a Crown

Delhi Art Gallery’s retrospective exhibition, ‘Kingdom of Exile’, unveils the depth and darkness of Indian modernist Rabin Mondal’s art.

Square Deal

At the 21-year-old gallery’s first international branch, director Anand intends to showcase the modernists’ collection it is best known for.

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Lot Going On

Delhi Art Gallery is hosting its third auction at The Oberoi, New Delhi today.

An Artist & a Humanitarian

City gallery holds a month-long retrospective of the art of Chittaprosad, known for documenting the Bengal Famine.

What a Face Can Tell

Delhi Art Gallery’s latest exhibition takes one through the history of Indian portraiture

Calling on the Masters

It’s the home for luxury fashion and now the corridors of DLF Emporio also have luxury art to boast of. It is where Jamini Roy’s doe-eyed beauty is sharing space with SH Raza’s bindu, as Akbar Padamsee’s untitled portrait looks on. On April 11, the set of works will move to the British High Commissioner’s […]

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