We explored the different sections of the museum while appreciating the architectural design and layout of the space.
MAP has a unique identity of its own owing to its focus on Indian art and culture. The museum has a rich collection of modern and traditional art from India and beyond, that has been thoughtfully curated to offer a glimpse into the country's artistic heritage.
The visit turned out to be even more meaningful with the ongoing exhibit VISIBLE/INVISIBLE which features over 100 artworks exploring the representation of women through art history and aims to challenge preconceived notions of femininity and gender as a social construct.
The exhibition presents themes of goddess and mortal, sexuality and desire, power and violence, and struggle and resistance, highlighting the challenges women have faced in the Indian subcontinent. The exhibition aims to encourage awareness of the history and role of women and gender in art through associated talks, research papers, and public discourse.
As we moved from one floor to another, we were completely immersed in the artistic and architectural elements of the museum, and were drawing inspiration from the rich collection of art on display. The experience will undoubtedly contribute to the development of our art brand while we are on our journey to create a unique identity that reflects our own artistic vision and cultural influences.
The experience at MAP will undoubtedly contribute to the development of our art brand while we are on our journey to create a unique identity that reflects our own artistic vision and cultural influences.