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watercolour on paper and PVC on acrylic
Graph: Carbon Pollution 10,000 BC -2000 AD
Image Copyright: Navjot Altaf

How Perfect Perfection Can Be

Navjot Altaf

Dec. 20  to  Feb.10, 2016

Venue: The Guild, Alibaug
1028, Ranjanpada,
Next to Sai Mandir, Near Awas Phata,
Mandwa Alibaug Road,
Alibaug - 402201
Hours: All days 10.00am - 6.30pm

Ferry Schedule

Evening, acrylic on paper,
Image Copyright: Sudhir Patwardhan


Line by Line
an exhibition of drawings by

Sudhir Patwardhan

Jan. 7 to Feb. 6, 2016

Conversation with Aveek Sen:
Monday, Jan. 11, 5.30 pm

Galerie 88
28 B Shakespear Sarani
Kolkata 700017

in collaboration with The Guild



Rubbed Carpet, mixed media on paper
Image Copyright: G. R. Iranna












And the last shall be the fisrt:
G. R. Iranna works 1995-2015

Curated by Ranjit Hoskote

Preview: Saturday, 16 January 2016, 6.00pm

National Gallery of Modern Art, Bengaluru
(Ministry of Culture, Government of India)

in collaboration with The Guild, Mumbai

Exhibition continues till 16 February 2016











The Guild Art Gallery in association with Khoj International Artists’ Association cordially invites you to the Delhi launch of a major book length study of Navjot Altaf’s practice, The Thirteenth Place: Positionality as Critique in the Art of Navjot Altaf, published by The Guild and authored
by cultural theorist  and curator 
Nancy Adajania.  

Navjot Altaf and the author Nancy Adajania will be in conversation with artist and activist Ravi Agarwal.

Thursday, 11th February 2016, 6.30 – 8.30 pm
Khoj Studios
S-17, Khirkee Extension,
New Delhi, Delhi 110017
011 6565 5873








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Job Posting

The Guild art gallery is looking for Programming cum Client Relations Executive

Job description:  Qualifications: Bachelors/Masters in English Literature, visual arts, mass communication, marketing. 

Work experience : 2 years in cultural/other fields 
Key responsibilities: Exhibition, administrative, archiving and day to day management of all activities relating to exhibitions and ongoing activities of the gallery. Client relations, media and and sales development. Capacity to manage projects independently.Regular working hours and punctuality essential. Long term commitment required.
Please apply with details:   









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