Art Museums in Bengaluru

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Art Museums in Bengaluru

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  • Ritika K
    Pune, India87 contributions
    The complex has 18 galleries. 13 of these galleries carry a permanent collection of paintings, sculptures and folk art. The other galleries are rented out for exhibitions of works by artists of repute. The folk art collection showcases Mysore paintings and leather puppets. The Parishat runs the College of Fine Arts, a visual arts college.
    Written 17 December 2021
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  • chillhouse_1029
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    The museum was amazing. It was really informative. Different musical instruments were on display, especially those from India.
    Written 19 May 2022
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  • Jussara Nunes P
    Amsterdam, The Netherlands6,273 contributions
    This place is a little gem for those who love art. The building itself is a beautiful architecture and they have a collection that is worth a visit.

    The place could be better maintained in my opinion, but this didn't take away the nice art pieces available.

    When I visited with my husband, they had a whole level dedicated to a very creative Indian artist, called J. S. Khanderao, who I would say could be an Indian version of Picasso, due to his huge body of work and due to the variation of styles he developed along his life. Just that is already worth a visit.

    Outside, there are many interesting sculptures. Inside photography is forbidden, but in the gardens its allowed. At night, the view of the gardens and the pool outside is very nice.
    Written 16 February 2019
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