February 2023

Exhibition Calendar

VISUAL ARTS GALLERY


  • 03rd Feb - 06th Feb, 2023
    5th Awadh Art Festival - A group exhibition of paintings (oil, acrylic), sculpture( brass), clay and mixed medium.

  • 07th Feb - 09th Feb, 2023
    MODERN TRIBAL - selections from the Gondwana Art Project Craft & Community Development Foundation presents a group show of 19 artists from the Gondwana region - Anita Balu, Anita Shyam, Chandrakali, Geeta Bhariya, Jyoti Uikey, Rahul Shyam, Rajesh Mor, Rambai, Ramesh Shyam, Ramesh Vyam, Ravi Tekam, Rita Shyam, Santoshi Shyam, Sher Singh, Sita, Sugiya Devi, Suresh Dhruve, Suresh Kuman, Yaspal Baranda.

  • 11th Feb - 13th Feb, 2023
    The Treasury of Tranquility - A solo painting exhibition by Suresh Pushpangathan.

  • 19th Feb - 21st Feb, 2023
    Satin - Enigma Artz presents a solo painting exhibition of the culture of Haryana by Aradhna Chaudhry.

  • 24th Feb - 28th Feb, 2023
    Enchanting Encaustics 2.0 - A solo B.Jaya Lakshmi, painting exhibition.

OPEN PALM COURT GALLERY


  • 01st Feb - 09th Feb, 2023
    An Exhibition Of Indian Wildlife Paintings In Support Of Wildlife Conservation - A solo wildlife painting exhibition by Sunita Dhairyam.

  • 11th Feb - 14th Feb, 2023
    Benaras And Kolkata Intertwined - A solo painting exhibition by Subrata Malakar.

  • 18th Feb - 20th Feb, 2023
    Astitva - A group painting exhibition by various artists - Ghanshyam Gupta, Ujjwal Vashist, Deepak Kumar, Timmi, Arun Bohra, Anjali Sethi Malhotra.

  • 22nd Feb - 28th Feb, 2023
    Cinema as Intermedia: A People's Archive - Sourced material from several private collections by Ravi Kant.

ATRIUM


  • 07th Feb - 27th Feb, 2023
    Convergence: A Panorama of Photography's French Connections in India - Works by prominent French practitioners who have travelled and lived in India over the last 150 years. Produced by intrepid travellers, writers, journalists, photographers and artists, the exhibits span the colonial, modern and postcolonial periods of subcontinental history from the mid-nineteenth-century to the mid-1970s. This 6-cities outdoor exhibition tour with in-public focus showcases re-prints of rare collections from renowned French museums shown in India for the very first time, alongside select contributions from important early Indian practitioners.Organised by the French Institute in India in the framework of the fourth edition of ‘Bonjour India’, a pan India festival for the arts.