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KNMA's 'Walking Through a Songline' Exhibition Extended Until July 10th

In a vibrant corner of New Delhi, the Kiran Nadar Museum of Art (KNMA) stands as a beacon of cultural enrichment and artistic exploration. Currently, KNMA is hosting a mesmerizing exhibition in collaboration with the Australian High Commission in India. This special showcase introduces ‘Walking Through a Songline’ (WTAS), an immersive digital installation inspired by […]

In a vibrant corner of New Delhi, the Kiran Nadar Museum of Art (KNMA) stands as a beacon of cultural enrichment and artistic exploration.

Currently, KNMA is hosting a mesmerizing exhibition in collaboration with the Australian High Commission in India. This special showcase introduces ‘Walking Through a Songline’ (WTAS), an immersive digital installation inspired by the National Museum of Australia’s acclaimed exhibition ‘Songlines: Tracking the Seven Sisters’.

This innovative exhibition invites viewers on an evocative journey through the ancient Seven Sisters Dreaming tracks of Aboriginal culture. Through dynamic light projections, ambient soundscapes, and interactive elements, ‘Walking Through a Songline’ brings to life the rich narratives and spiritual significance of these ancestral pathways, blending traditional storytelling with cutting-edge technology.

Due to overwhelming public acclaim and a flood of positive reviews on social media, KNMA has extended the exhibition until July 10th from 10:30 AM -6:30 PM (closed on Mondays). This extension underscores the exhibition’s popularity and KNMA’s commitment to providing enriching cultural experiences to Delhi’s residents and visitors alike. Don’t miss this unparalleled opportunity to witness and engage with ‘Walking Through a Songline’, a transformative digital spectacle that promises to inspire and captivate.

Established in 2010 as India’s first private art museum, KNMA, located at No. 145, DLF South Court Mall, Shaheed Pankaj Juyal Marg, Saket District Centre, has garnered renowned for its exceptional collection of contemporary and modern artworks. Showcasing masterpieces from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and the diaspora, KNMA proudly features works by acclaimed artists such as M F Hussain, Tyeb Mehta, V S Gaitonde, Akbar Padmasee, and Ram Kumar. The museum’s expansive galleries encompass a diverse spectrum of multimedia art, including paintings, sculptures, prints, photography, videos, and installations, offering visitors a comprehensive view of South Asian artistic expressions.

KNMA’s initiative not only enhances Delhi’s cultural landscape but also serves as a testament to the power of art in fostering understanding and appreciation of diverse cultures. Whether you are a seasoned art enthusiast, a curious cultural explorer, or simply seeking a memorable outing, KNMA invites you to delve into the realms of creativity and heritage. Experience first-hand the fusion of ancient traditions with contemporary artistry at KNMA—a testament to India’s dynamic cultural tapestry and a celebration of artistic innovation.

 

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