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Exhibitions Archive
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03 July, 2018 to 14 July, 2018
The showcase presents a large art collection, historic and rare collection of Indian contemporary and modern art, as well as miniatures, decorative objects, traditional paintings and antiquities. In collaboration with Palladium Mumbai
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31 January, 2018 to 19 February, 2018
Art belongs to the here and now and not just to the rarefied world of galleries and white cubes. Recognising the all-pervasiveness of the creative spirit, we curated an exhibition of artworks.
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13 October, 2017 to 15 January, 2018
Mutable: Ceramics and Clay Art in India since 1947 was an exhibition of Indian ceramics and clay art featuring the works of independent ceramists, traditional potters, contemporary artists.
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26 May, 2017 to 15 September, 2017
Nature to Culture: Crafts of India, highlighted the connection between Indian craft forms and the environment from which they emerge.
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08 January, 2017 to 28 April, 2017
Likeness without Reference: Cultures of Forgery was primarily conceived as an educative exhibition that tackled the issue of fakes and forgeries in the Indian art market.
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01 December, 2016 to 15 December, 2016
Inspired by the rich artistic legacy of Japan, Discovering Japanese Art showcased a wide display of Japanese arts and craft ranging from the Edo period (c. 1615-1868) to the present.
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03 June, 2016 to 30 September, 2016
The exhibition explored the layered nature of art and of the collecting process where a multitude of possibilities are thrown up through the act of viewing.
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22 February, 2016 to 02 May, 2016
The Exhibition contextualised the work of the seminal Indian artist and analysed the importance of the artist to Indian art history.
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25 November, 2015 to 10 February, 2016
'Smriti' was inspired by the notion of ‘memory. It is through memory that socio-cultural mores were passed on and gave rise to aesthetic predilections that moulded the development of art in India.