Rendezvous with Modern Indian Art at NGMA

We all understand modern art to be marked by a significant departure from traditional styles and values, created between the late 19th and the late 20th centuries in particular, but then again, to look at it differently, a lot under the label of “Modern” in terms of Indian art today has, in fact, over its due course intersected or diverged from various socio-political movements concerning this part of the world, lending it a character of its own. This walk will take you through the National Gallery of Modern Art while discussing the major developments in modern Indian art. Get a glimpse into the layers that defined the lives of artists thus involved and how their art spoke for their times, their roots and/or their stand/perspective—from the travelling British artists, the various schools of art from different regions to the individual artists experimenting with their art. Come, join us for a walk amidst the pioneering works of some of the greatest names in the modern Indian art scene.

This guided tour is for free, and children friendly.


Duration: 3:00 - 4:30 pm, Meeting time: 2:45 pm
Meeting point: Ticket Counter of NGMA, Jaipur House, Sher Shah Road, Near Delhi High Court, India Gate, New Delhi, Delhi 110003
Nearest metro station: Pragati Maidan (Blue Line)
Walk led by: Priya Chauhan
Medium: English

Things to keep in mind:
*Mandatory registration closes after 25 entries

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After the online registration, do inform, through a text message or an email, before the walk, if you are unable to attend it.
Contact at: 8750125225 (Priya), Email at: walks@sahapedia.org

• Entry fee for the museum is Rs. 20 for Indians and Rs. 500 for foreign nationals, to be purchased by the participant.
• Photography without flash is allowed.
• Limited parking available outside NGMA.

Date: 26th Nov

Meeting Point: Ticket Counter, NGMA

Duration: 2 hours

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