New Delhi: The 2019 Met Gala will feature a collection of the Indian Museum of Modern Art’s most important works, as part of a celebration of its centenary.
The 2019 Met Galleries will feature more than 3,500 works of art, including works from the museum and exhibitions at the International Centre for the History of Art (ICHA) and the Indian Institute of Contemporary Art (IICA).
The exhibition will be hosted by the Indian Ministry of Culture and Art, which is co-hosting the event with the International Council for the Arts (ICCA).
“The 2018 Met Galas had an impressive display of works from India’s most prestigious institutions.
This year, we want to take this tradition even further by showing our appreciation to our friends and family from around the world.
We are grateful to all our friends, family and fans who have participated in this year’s celebration,” said A K Bhatia, Minister of Culture.
The theme of the 2019 Met Gala will be the theme of India’s Centenary.
The festival is being organised in collaboration with the Indian Government, Indian Museums and Art India.
Among the many works to be exhibited are the following: The work of the late Ramesh Bhattarai, an Indian sculptor who was one of the founders of modern Indian art, and whose works were among the most important in the history of art.
An artist who was the chief architect of India and whose life was a milestone in its history.
A work of contemporary art by M.P. Shah, an artist who created a series of works of the modern Indian artist and whose work, including The Great Work of God (1928), is a significant example of the work of post-independence India.
The exhibition is part of an ongoing campaign to showcase India’s achievements and cultural diversity.
Last year, the Government of India awarded an MBE to Rameshat Bagchi, who was among the world’s foremost painters of the mid-19th century.
The centenary of the National Museum of Art is set to mark the centenary on April 8, 2019, and the exhibition is a major milestone for the exhibition.