Drishyakala

Nicholas Roerich. Himalayan Shows. Tempera on cardboard. Courtesy of DAG

In a rare collaboration between DAG and Archaeological Survey of India (ASI), the historic Red Fort’s Barrack No. 4 plays host to four impressive exhibitions that explore the development of Indian modern art from the 18th century onwards. Each exhibition covers a different time period or artistic movement, starting with Thomas and William Daniells’ colonial landscapes and aquatints, followed by popular prints, portraits, and finally, India’s National Treasure Artists. On display is an incredible array of over 400 artworks by leading artists from the DAG collection — made all the more unique for their presentation within a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Join us for this private viewing, before the show opens to the general public later in February.

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