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Triveni Kala Sangam and Kiran Nadar Museum of Art present Art Workshops for Children.
Oct 2017 – Oct 2018
Triveni Kala Sangam and Kiran Nadar Museum of Art present Art Workshops for Children. A joint initiative of Triveni Kala Sangam and Kiran Nadar Museum of Art, among the organisations that truly promote Indian art and culture have come together as a joint initiative to promote visual art and its various forms to special children and ...
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Archived: 16th Feb 2018 – 11th March 2018
Madhyama Group Exhibition by Raza foundation Shridharani Gallery and Triveni Gallery | 16th Feb – 11th March 2018. Madhyama is the first exhibition of Raza Foundation, which is an effort to provide platform to young artists of Madhya Pradesh. One reason for this is that Syed Haider Raza recognized the importance of young people in Indian ...
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Archived: 05th Feb 2018 – 14th Feb 2018
Sahitya Kala Parishad at Shridharani Gallery Sahitya Kala Parishad, the cultural wing of the Govt. of Delhi for music, dance, drama and fine arts, has the pleasure to welcome you all at the exhibition MERI DILLI: IMAGING DELHI, an initiative by Parishad to provide an in depth overview of Delhi’s diversity through the works of these ...
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In Search of Samadhana an exhibition of Paintings by Valentina Churilova at Triveni Gallery
Archived: 07th Feb 2018 – 14th Feb 2018
In Search of Samadhana an exhibition of Paintings by Valentina Churilova at Triveni Gallery This exhibition by Canadian artist Valentina Churilova features mixed media paintings. Churilova received traditional training in painting from Ukraine. Thereafter she acquired BFA from Canada. She has continued her practice of art under the tutelage of renowned contemporary artist Mr. Rameshwar Broota ...
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Archived: 25th Jan 2018 – 04th Feb 2018
Exhibition of Paintings by Sukanta Dasgupta at Shridharani Gallery. Artist’s Note I have been experimenting and working with various media during the last three decades but for the past few years I have concentrated mainly on Papiers Colles. I have experimented with this medium for a while and tried various methods, which will be evident from ...
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Exhibition of Paintings by Tensing Joseph at Triveni Gallery
Archived: 27th Jan 2018 – 06th Feb 2018
Earthworm || Exhibition of Paintings by Tensing Joseph at Triveni Gallery || 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM Mud – the metaphor, is something to stay away from, but for artist Tensing Joseph turns it into a medium of expression. ‘Éarthworms’ , the exhibitionof drawings, paintings and installations, at The Triveni Kala Sangam, New Delhi from ...
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Archived: 05th Jan – 14th Jan 2018
Exhibition of paintings by Manoj Kachangal at Shridharani Gallery Over the past two decades, Manoj Kachangal’s artistic output has been dominated by visions of tangled brushstrokes and limpid landscapes. Dense thickets of lines obscure distinctly divisional backgrounds, entangling the human eye in webs of wandering tendrils that invite full contemplation of what lies ...
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Archived: 08th Jan 2018 – 17th Jan 2018
Mumbai based artist Uttam Chapte presents solo exhibition of his paintings | Triveni Gallery | 11:00 am – 8:00pm Verily has it been said that the mind can make heaven of hell or hell of heaven. An artist seeks to express the truth and beauty inherent in nature in its sublime essence, to give form ...
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Triveni Kala Sangam Receives the 2nd National Raja Man Singh Tomar Award from MP Government
Archived: Triveni Receives a National Award
Triveni Kala Sangam Receives the 2nd National Raja Man Singh Tomar Award from MP Government Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh, Dec 22, 2017 The Madhya Pradesh Sanskriti Vibhag on Friday, December 22, 2017, conferred the 2nd National Raja Man Singh Tomar Award to Triveni Kala Sangam for its consistent efforts for the last 60 years towards promotion of various ...
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Archived: 15th Jan – 24th Jan 2018
Anil Gaikwad Exhibition || Shridharani Gallery || 15th Jan – 24th Jan 2018 What is abstract? That which is not tangible is abstract. (Shabdakalpadrumah) That which is not seen by eyes or experienced by other senses is abstract. How can any artwork or painting be abstract? It may not have known form or color; it is tangible on ...
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