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A keen promoter of art and culture, RPG believes in creating a work environment conducive to creativity.

RPG Art Foundation

The RPG Art Foundation supports, encourages and promotes Indian art in various forms and has organised several art exhibitions for talented artists at prestigious venues such as the Jehangir Art Gallery in Mumbai. Every year since 1991, the foundation has hosted RPG Art Camp—an annual event, where artists from across the country come together to create inspiring works of art and interact with each other at Marve Beach, Mumbai. RPG Art Foundation embarked on an ambitious plan to beautify prominent traffic intersections of Mumbai city with contemporary art installations in 2014. For this the RPG Art Foundation has roped in some of India’s well-known as well as upcoming artists. There are plans to expand this project to arrive at a fascinating RPG ART CORRIDOR.

Some of the immensely popular exhibitions organized by RPG Art Foundation include:

Of Gods and Goddesses, Cinema, Cricket: The New Cultural Icons of India, 2011

The exhibition examined the emergence of popular culture in India, explored through three facets namely, cinema, religion and cricket that have come to become intrinsic to Indian society.

Amazing, 2008

The exhibition featured the work of 27 artists, both young and established.

Sacred Space, 2004

Showcased the spiritual and the pristine identities of Indian religious culture and belief.

RPG Collection of Contemporary Bengal Art, 2003

Held at the prestigious National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA), Mumbai.

Mela, A Carnival of Indian Art, 2002

A unique show that celebrated the diversity and spontaneity of Indian art and artists.

Self-Portraits & Bombay Artists - Progressive Perspectives, 2001

Featured the works of 30 Mumbai artists from the RPG collection.

The Flashback- Flashforward Exhibition, 1999

An interesting look at the past, present and future of Indian art.

The Bombay Show, 1998

Showcased Mumbai's diversity on canvas.

50 Years of Freedom of Expression, 1997

A unique exhibition to commemorate the 50th year of the India's independence.

The Mother Teresa Exhibition, 1996

An expression of prayer from the RPG Academy for her recovery.

The Bombay Exhibition, 1995

An exhibition of modern paintings and sculptures that showcased the spirit and diversity of the city of Bombay.

The Annual RPG Art Camp, 1991 till date

An annual event, where artists from across the country came together to paint live, and interact with each other at Marve Beach, Mumbai.