March 18 - May 14, 2023
Pour, Tear, Carve spotlights how the selection and manipulation of materials—whether poured, torn, carved, sewn, beaded, or glued—can enhance a viewer’s understanding of and dialogue with art. Bridging past to present, the exhibition introduces several key recent acquisitions by living artists with well-known and never-before-exhibited works, offering the opportunity for these diverse, intricate objects to be examined together in a dynamic, new way.
Celebrating India’s diverse culture and traditions through the works of contemporary Indian and global artists, ‘Sangam/Confluence’ marks the opening of the ARTHOUSE at the Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre (NMACC) and celebrates India’s diverse cultural impulses and traditions. The inaugural exhibition curated by Ranjit Hoskote and Jeffrey Deitch include amongst others works by Cecily Brown, Lynda Benglis, Ranjani Shettar and Bhupen Khakhar.
We are delighted to announce The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s acquisition of Alwar Balasubramaniam’s Body as Shell for their Permanent Collection. The work is on view in The Blanche and A.L. Levine Court for Modern and Contemporary Art as part of Knowledge of the Past Is the Key to the Future, an installation of works from The MET collection.