Date: 4 January, 2015
Venue: 145, DLF South Court Mall, Saket, New Delhi, Delhi 110017
The good thing about Delhi is that there’s always something in some unknown place that evokes excitement.
Kiran Nadar Museum of Art in the rather desolate South Court Mall is a little known art gallery that exhibits pieces of contemporary art curated from various private collections.
We visited this gallery on a Saturday evening and had the place completely to ourselves. The area is partitioned into various sections and each area was adequately lit. When we visited, they were exhibiting works of Rameshwar Broota. The organizers had used moderation in displaying few select pieces, thus avoiding clutter. As a result the eyes were not hurt and each work stood out. There were some descriptive on the walls that provided the artist’s perspective as well.
The reception also had a counter that sold an interesting collection of art publications and merchandize.
Otherwise, there is no charge to visit this museum. We applaud the initiative by the organisers towards bringing art to break the inhibitions of the common man, Open from 10.30 am-6.30 pm on all days, barring Mondays, this is a must do for any art lover in Delhi.