When you are in Delhi, it somewhat becomes mandatory to see its tourist places apart from its heritage attractions, temples and also try its food. Going a little off the beat for the choice but not for the location, there are galleries in Delhi which are the true love of art fanatics and artists. Amid the list is the name of The Village Gallery which was founded in the year 1989 at Hauz Khas Village. The gallery is known for showcasing contemporary Indian art and inclines which focuses more on the heritage and historical reverence. Besides, the gallery got its claim to fame with the exhibitions of artists like M.F. Husain, Jayasri Burman, Ganesh Pyne, and Veena Bhargava.
- There are lithographs, sketches, drawings and graphic designs on display by legendary artists and the emerging ones.
- One can set eyes upon sketches by Satyajit Ray and book of paintings by Haku Shah on Mahatma Gandhi.
- Monoprints by inmates of Tihar Jail are also displayed here.
10.30 am to 6.30 pm
14, Hauz Khas Village, New Delhi.
How to Reach
Hauz Khas is the nearest metro station from The Village Gallery. The metro station comes under both Yellow Line and Magenta Line of Delhi Metro and is located some 2.7km away from the gallery.