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Coming Soon: B V Doshi at NGMA, New Delhi

October 1, 2014

Two updates:


This is so beautiful: Security doesn’t come with gates. It comes from relationships. Something Mr Doshi tried to achieve in his buildings, and stood for it. And for CEPT campus, despite the ghastly attacks, and despite the thefts and disturbance the students and faculty lived with during those years… His perspective is his gift. The article also talks about some of his buildings.

More on exhibition might get added here, starting with this reflection:


There was just about everyone at the opening. So many models specially prepared for the exhibition. It was worth having the whole office coming to a standstill. The special publications – posters, coasters, mouse-pad, and specially, the books – brought out on the occasion are a treat to anyone who has been following Mr. Doshi’s journey.

Original text:

Here it comes (on 9th(correction from 6th) October 2014): Retrospective exhibition of works by architect Bal Krishna Doshi at National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi. -Update: For a better resolution image of the invite, see The exhibition is accompanied by events, talks and replica spaces to experience some of Mr. Doshi’s designs. Open till 30th November 2014.-

Bal Krishna Doshi Exhibition NGMA

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