Bollywood Superstars: A Short Story of Indian Cinema

24jan(jan 24)10:0004jun(jun 4)06:30Bollywood Superstars: A Short Story of Indian Cinema

Event Details

Abu Dhabi, UAE: As part of its rich 2022-2023 cultural season, Louvre Abu Dhabi
has announced its upcoming exhibition, Bollywood Superstars: A Short Story of Indian Cinema, opening from 24 January and running until 4 June 2023. Organised in partnership with Musée du quai Branly – Jacques Chirac and France Muséums, the exhibition will showcase the depth and richness of the Indian sub-continent’s art and civilisation through its long tradition of image making, and the diversity of the Indian filmmaking industry.
Through more than 80 artworks including photographs, textiles, graphic arts, costumes and over 30 film extracts, the exhibition explores the rich history of the Indian cinema from its beginnings in the late 19 th century up to the present. The artworks come from the collections of Louvre Abu Dhabi, Musée du quai Branly – Jacques Chirac, Musée de l’armée, Musée national des arts asiatiques – Guimet, al-Sabah Collection, Raja Ravi Varma Heritage Foundation and Priya Paul Collection.

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Time

January 24 (Tuesday) 10:00 - June 4 (Sunday) 06:30

Location

Louvre Abu Dhabi

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