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Witness The Glory of Modern and Contemporary Art At Kalakriti Art Gallery

There is no doubt that the Salar Jung Museum is the ultimate crown jewel of Hyderabad’s art scene. But this doesn’t, in any capacity, take away from the myriad thriving galleries around the city, all with the agenda of promoting art and encouraging budding artists. One of those is the Kalakriti Art Gallery, the largest private art gallery in the city. Kalakriti Art Gallery Hyderabad takes pride in curating one of the largest collections of 19th-century oleographs, embellished and chromolithographs in the nation, as well as a great collection of traditional and indigenous art, including Saura, Gond, and Pichwais.

Kalakriti Art Gallery Banjara Hills

Kalakriti Art Gallery, established in 2002 by Rekha and Prashant Lahoti is located at Banjara Hills, Hyderabad. A huge part of their new-found fame is owed to Kalakriti Art Gallery events which stand as a testament to modern and contemporary art. Through their jam-packed calendars to spectacular exhibitions, Kalakriti Art Gallery Hyderabad has regularly displayed the artworks of maestros such as Raja Ravi Varma, MV Dhurandhar, and more.

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Numerous renowned artists and their exquisite oeuvres have made rounds on the white walls of Kalakriti Art Gallery Hyderabad. They range from the Tagore brothers to post-independence artists such as MF Husain and Ganesh Pyne; to contemporary artists, the likes of Nalini Malani and Jayashree Burman. To understand the contemporary, the art gallery has also collaborated with leading historians and scholars such as William Dalrymple and Alka Pande.

What To Expect At Kalakriti Art Gallery Banjara Hills?

The Kalakriti Art Gallery Banjara Hills frequently hosts art-centric film screenings, panel discussions, and workshops. They have participated in major art events in India (most recently India Art Fair 2024) and actively pursue collaborative programs with organizations such as Alliance Francaise, Goethe Zentrum, University of Hyderabad, and others. Major public art projects in Hyderabad, such as the IKEA India Underpass Mosaic Mural project, the ‘STREET ART PROJECT’, the IKEA India Median sculpture project, and the ‘I LOVE HYDERABAD’ installation, have also been spearheaded by the gallery. You can also taste the flavours of Hyderabad city at Kalakriti Art Gallery cafe.

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