“The treasures on display at the Museum include the Khamsa of Nizami, a manuscript of Nizam Ganjavi’s poems. The museum also exhibits artwork from the Bengal school of painting. The core of the painting is from the legendary Tagore collection that was broken up in the early 1940’s, when Kasturbhai Lalbhai decided to acquire it.” […]
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Curator and archivist Deepthi Sasidharan explains how museums can be turned into places that enchant and enlighten visitors. “Why on earth should one remove one’s footwear to enter a museum? Why shouldn’t one take pictures inside a museum? Famous museums the world over don’t have such strange restrictions. It only discourages visitors and museums thrive […]
Celebrating the centenary birth anniversary of Mrs. Indira Gandhi, India’s first woman Prime Minister, at the historic Swaraj Bhawan, the birth place of Mrs. Gandhi. The exhibition was curated by Eka. http://www.ndtv.com/video/news/news/the-life-and-times-of-india-s-former-pm-indira-gandhi-439936 http://www.architecturaldigest.in/content/travelling-photo-exhibition-showcases-rare-unpublished-photos-indias-first-female-prime-minister/#s-cust0 http://www.livemint.com/Leisure/UGOV41rXVRyiNV6pGDoimN/Art-Scan-Rare-images-of-Indira-Gandhi-reveal-a-life-and-a-l.html?utm_content=buffer0a0ee&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer
Celebrating the 90th birthday of the legendary artist Satish Gujral in a monumental new show at the IGNCA, New Delhi. Curated by Pramod Kumar KG http://ekaresources.com/2016/01/21/a-peek-into-a-legends-life/
Pramod Kumar K.G. talks about the tragedy of Indian museums and what can make a change.
The exhibition, titled ‘A Passionate Eye’ featured on NDTV 24×7
India Matters on NDTV 24X7, special episode titled ‘Making Museums Matter’ on the occasion of International Museum Day, featuring Eka 18 May 2012.
Eka featured on The Sunday Guardian
An exhibition showcasing over 40 Indian artists that represent a period of 400 years of Indian painting.
Pramod remembers Husain through a short piece published in Harper’s Bazaar.