Buddhist Arts Of India
31st Oct – 30th Nov, 10:00am – 05:00pm
National Museum, Janpath, Near Vighyan Bhawan, Connaught Place, Central, Delhi NCR
The art exhibition at National Museum will provide a glimpse of the inspiring leader, The Great Buddha. The masterpieces of Buddhist Art from across the nation will be displayed. Buddhism, which originated in India, has followers all around the world. There will be around 91 art pieces showcased in the exhibition that include sculptures, manuscripts and other items holding significance in Buddhism.
Note: The museum is closed on Mondays and public holidays
Le Corbusier: Mastering The Image
6th Nov – 23rd Nov, 10:00am – 05:00pm
Embassy of Switzerland, PO. Box – 392, Nyaya Marg, Near New Sikkim House Restaurant, Chanakyapuri, South, Delhi NCR
On the occasion of the 50th death anniversary of Le Corbusier, the Embassy of Switzerland is organising an exhibition with over 150 photographs documenting the life and works of the acclaimed architect. The works showcase his modernity and his fascination for new ideas.
21st Oct – 21st Nov, 11:00am – 07:00pm
Gallerie Ganesha, Plot No. E – 557, Near New Haven Hotel, Greater Kailash 2, South, Delhi NCR
Gallerie Ganesha is celebrating its 25th anniversary with an art exhibition by acclaimed artist, K S Kulkarni. He has been art director of Triveni Kala Sangam, New Delhi and has participated in international art shows.
The exhibition will consist of 26 of his artworks done of different mediums such as paper, jute and canvas. Most of the works were done in the eighty’s and ninetys which represents amalgamation of traditional values with modern trends.
A Brush With Secularism
17th Oct – 29th Nov, 11:00am – 07:00pm
Art Laureate, F–213A, Lado Sarai, Saket, South, Delhi NCR
Art Laureate is hosting a group exhibition by renowned artists such as Sangeeta Murthy, Kishore Roy, Ram Onkar, Rakesh Mandal, Shalini, Joshua, Anita, Saumya Bandyopadhyay and Bipin Martha. The art exhibition is based on the idea of secularism that celebrates unity in diversity and binds every citizen together. The different artworks show that be it Ganesha, Krishna or Buddha, the message remains the same which is tolerance, love and compassion.