Art enthusiasts ahoy! We’re curating the best of art and photography exhibitions currently happening in town. We recommend these regardless of whether you’re a newbie, a novice, or an expert, because who doesn’t like looking at pretty things?


Show Of Art Collection

Photo source: Delhi Events

Photo source: Delhi Events

The British Council Collection will display an array of art pieces from the British era. The display will start with the designs of 1920s London underground posters, followed by Eduardo Paolozzi’s work in the 1960s, and Pop Art, which was further developed by Patrick Caulfield.

Works by artists like Tom Philips and David Hepher from the 1980s – 90s will also be showcased. The show will round off with works by contemporary and celebrated British artists, as portrayed in the London 2012 Olympics posters.

When: Jun 10 – Oct 10

Where: British Council, 17, Kasturba Gandhi Marg


Many Indias

Photo source: Whatshot

Photo source: Whatshot

Founder of Must Art Gallery, Tulika Kedia, along with Dr. Alka Pande, an art historian, will exhibit 12 unique genres of artwork intended at celebrating our country’s rich cultural diversity.

When: Aug 26 – 31

Where: Visual Art Gallery, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road


Anatomy Lessons

Photo source: KNMA

Photo source: KNMA

KNMA is having a special art show of KG Subramanyan’s {artist, pedagogue and poet} art, where his works on anatomy will be displayed.

When: Jul 16 – Sep 30

Where: Kiran Nadar Museum of Art, 145, DLF South Court Mall, Saket


Krishna Utsav – Group Art Exhibition

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Photo source: Delhi Events

Art Laureate presents works from six gifted artists, Tapan Dash, Bishwaranjan Bhunia, Paresh Mridha, Kishore Roy, Pulakesh Mandal and Rita Mitra, there to express their interpretations of Lord Krishna on canvas.

When: Aug 2 – Sept 30

Where: Art Laureate Gallery, F-213 A, Lado Sarai Village


The Surface Of Memory

Photo source: Latitude Twentyeight

Photo source: Latitude Twentyeight

Recent works by Sudipta Das have been displayed at Latitude 28, dealing with the journeys of the dispossessed across cultural and political boundaries. Das relives her identity as a fourth-generation Bangladeshi migrant in India in this showcase.

When: Till Aug 30

Where: Latitude 28, F 208 GF, Lado Sarai


Hungarian Folk Tales

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Photo source: Delhi Events

Browse through a series of award-winning children’s paintings created on the spot around the theme, “Hungarian Folk Tales”. The competition was hosted by the Hungarian Information and Cultural Centre in February 2016, and it’s quite fascinating to get a peek into young artistic minds whose works made it to the top.

When: June 1 – Aug 31

Where: Hungarian Information and Cultural Centre, 1/A, Janpath {near Claridges Hotel}, Connaught Place


Lands Within

Photo courtesy: Bijay Biswal

Photo courtesy: Bijay Biswal

Lands Within is an exhibition on the theme of actual and imagined landscapes. It will showcase around 70 works by 18 Indian artists, and will talk about the artists’ personal journey through their artwork. The exhibition describes itself as “the artist’s eyes looks at the world as he experiences it, and in doing so adds subtle dimensions of meaning and sensation to that world.”

When: Till Sep 15

Where: Egg Art Studio, The Atrium, Narain Manzil, 23, Barakhamba Road


Main Dhoondh Raha Hoon

Photo source: JFIndia

Photo source: JFIndia

This exhibition will commemorate and remember thousands of lives lost to the horrific atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

When: Till Sep 10

Where: Japan Foundation, 5A Ring Road, Lajpat Nagar-IV, Near Vikram Hotel