New Delhi- The Kiran Nadar Museum of Art reopens from July 13th onwards. On view at the museum is the exhibition, ‘Narrating from the Museum Archives and Collection- 10 years of KNMA’. Celebrating a decade in existence in 2020, this extraordinary exhibition was cut short due to the various lockdowns. This is another chance to catch it, and enjoy an extraordinary glimpse into the KNMA archives.
This exhibition includes the work of renowned artists like J Sultan Ali, Ranbir Kaleka, VS Gaitonde, SH Raza, Ram Kumar, Akbar Padamsee, FN Souza, Tyeb Mehta, MF Husain, Krishen Khanna, Ida Kar, KP Krishnakumar, Surendran Nair, Jitish Kallat, Himmat Shah and many more.
This exhibition itself offers a snapshot of KNMA’s archive and collection, built over the course of ten years with very careful consideration by renowned collector, Founder and Chairperson, Kiran Nadar. Her contribution to the art world has helped to realize her vision of providing a platform to recognize talented artists, allowing them to access larger audiences and build appreciation for their artworks within India and abroad.
In keeping with health and safety requirements, there are strict Covid protocols in place to ensure the wellbeing of visitors at the Noida location. The Museum will be open Tuesday to Friday, in accordance with weekend lockdown as proposed by the state government.