Tue-Sun 10-5; Closed on Mondays and National Holidays.
The National Gallery of Modern Art presents its first comprehensive exhibition of its international collection. Over the years, the NGMA has built a small but unique collection of works from countries such as Japan, Germany, Switzerland, United States of America, Italy, France, Great Britain etc. Of these works, some are the award winners of the Indian International “Trinnale” hosted by India, others are gifts from various sources.
Some of the important names exhibited are Kozo Mio (Japan) Van De Kop, (Netherlands) Robert Rauchenberg (USA), Giorgio de Chirico (Italy), Henry Moore (U.K.), Sonia Delauney (France), Fred Thieler (Germany), Tapier (Spain) and Max Bill, (Switzerland) amongst others.
This exquisite but eclectic collection has rarely been exhibited in the past, but showcases some of the international trends, concerns and mediums of yesteryears. Notable are the wide cross section of works of graphic art that has contributed to the propagation and development of interdisciplinary modes of expression of the last century.