India's National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA) and the Museum of Sacred Art (MOSA) presented a new exhibit entitled "Shakti: Fair & Fierce" in New Dehli, which celebrates feminine creativity and empowerment ahead of the upcoming International Day of Women on March 8, 2024. NGMA is one of the premier art institutions in India. Established in 1954, the gallery is located at Jaipur House near India Gate. MOSA is an international visual arts initiative dedicated to supporting art and artists from India as well as art and artists from the ISKCON community. It has branches in Belgium, Italy, and Spain.
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Mahaprabhu Das, Director of MOSA (the Museum of Sacred Art) https://villavrindavana.org/museum-of-sacred-art/ in Radhadesh, introduces a new limited summer exhibit on display for the next two months. Guests can view the two exhibits: "Illuminations from the Bhagavad Gita" and ten additional pieces from the more extensive MOSA exhibition "Narasimha and the Avatars," which includes a total of 400 works by 60 artists. In particular, the works of Anant Kumar Mishra are on display. Born in 1983 in Bihar, Anant received his Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Fine Arts from the College of Art in New Delhi. For details and a sneak peek, watch Mahaprabhu's offering below.
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On Saturday, May 6th, MOSA (The Museum of Spiritual Art), located at the Radhadesh Temple, inaugurated its latest exhibit for over 70 dignitaries and guests. The exhibition, entitled "Narasimha and the Avatars," includes various artistic offerings on the ten avatars of Krishna, with a specific emphasis on Lord Nrisimhadeva.
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