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M.P Birla Millennium Art Gallery

The Gallery speacialises in promoting contemporary South Asian Art both in the U.K and abroad. We seek to expand the understanding and appreciation of South Asian contemporary art, through their work, talks and workshops.
The gallery is a light, spacious and airy room made so by the large windows, one of which leads on to a decked terrace. It can accommodate most mediums, from paintings and prints, to sculptures and installations.

London

United Kingdom
Address:
M.P Birla Millennium Art Gallery Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan 4a Castletown Road West Kensington
W14 9HE
Phone: 0207 381 3086
Website: www.bhavan.net/art.asp


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Forthcoming Exhibitions

'Senses Enigmatic Sense - Crossings', Exhibition by Manohar Chiluveru
Show on view from the 26th April - 3rd May 07
Private View: 6.00 - 8.30pm, Thursday 26th of April


Previous Exhibitions

THE WORK OF NEK CHAND: an exhibition of sculpture, photography and film from his world-famous Rock Garden in Chandigarh, India - July 2006



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Location And Getting There

How to find us:
The Bhavan is a very short walk from West Kensington Underground station (District Line). Barons Court Underground station (District and Piccadilly Lines) is only a five minute walk. Bus numbers 28 and 391 stop just round the corner from our building on North End Road


Contact-Directors/Staff

Emma Cook, Curator/Archivist


Opening Times

11am - 7pm. Both week and weekend days