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Capital’s Creative Haunts

Capital’s Creative Haunts

Kiran Nadar Museum of Art

Meet like-minded people and savour the art scene in the city…

The Kiran Nadar Museum of Art (KNMA)

Established in 2010 by Kiran Nadar, The Kiran Nadar Museum of Art is India’s first private art museum that aims to exemplify the dynamic relationship between arts and culture, giving a plat-form to India’s most talented artists and bridging the gap between art and the public at large through exhibitions, publications, educational and public programs. KNMA is a not-for-profit organisation that works on a strictly non-commercial model. 

The museum boasts 5000 plus works of art in its collection. It has been a part of more than 100 International exhibitions and Art Exchange programs since 2010 and has had 15,000+ interna-tional visitors from around the world 

Upcoming events at KNMA:  

No. 145, DLF South Court Mall, Shaheed Pankaj Juyal Marg, Saket District Centre, Saket, New Delhi

Gallery Latitude 28

Founded by Bhavna Kakar who is also the Director, Latitude 28 has been imagined as an incuba-tion space, generating ideas through curatorial projects, site-specific artworks, artist talks and curated walks. It aims to cultivate a space where collectors and art enthusiasts can interact with younger artists and their practices. It also provides a horizontal environment where younger art-ists are able to contextualise their work alongside the masters of Indian art, experiment with me-dium, material and institutional critique. Gallery Latitude 28 has supported Kartik Sood, Anindi-ta Dutta, Deepjyoti Kalita, and Shweta Bhattad in their innovative practices, exhibiting them alongside veterans such as Anupam Sud and Baiju Parthan. The outfit maintains an outlook that accommodates South Asian art practices and has neo-miniaturist artists like Muhammad Zeeshan, Waseem Ahmed and Mohammad Ali Talpur in its fold. 

9, Khan Market, Above the Goodearth Store, Rabindra Nagar, New Delhi

Art Alive Gallery

Founded in 2001 by Sunaina Anand, Art Alive Gallery is dedicated to the promotion of contemporary Indian art. Since its inception, the gallery has effectively carved its own position in the art world through innovative curated shows, critically-edged publications, intra-disciplinary events, professionally curated shows. Art Alive has hosted numerous solo shows, represented Indian contemporary art at international fairs and events, organised retrospectives of prominent senior Indian artists and has been successfully providing a platform for innovative and experimental art to young Indian artists. The gallery has made its international presence with shows at the Royal College of Arts, London, Victoria and Albert Museum, London and Jebiwool Art Museum, Seoul among others. Art Alive has also presented ‘A Mystic Journey’ an exclusive collection of artist Paresh Maity’s watercolour works, as a part of the India Calling! 2010 event in Chicago. 
Their upcoming exhibition is by Venakat Raman Shayam from 20th April to 20th may, 2019

221 Panchsheel Park, New Delhi 


Kona is a multi-disciplinary platform for the engagement of new ideas. A very well received  exhibition called F(r)iction was held here recently as a part of St+art India Foundation’s (St+art) Urban Art Festival – St+art Delhi 2019. It had artists from around the globe explore the complex relation between technology, art and nature through site-specific installations, videos, interactive multimedia pieces and murals. 

1 Jor Bagh Market