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Showcasing the spiritual in Indian art

New Delhi | An uncanny wood charcoal rendition of the Goddess Kali, S H Raza’s iconic Bindu and an eclectic Jesus in oil are among artworks on display at an ongoing exhibition at the Lalit Kala Akademi here. Titled, Forms of Devotion, the showcase seems to aim at a spiritual union through the 400-odd works of art created by artists from across the country, both celebrated contemporary artists and those who work on the streets. Spaced across three storeys of the Akademi, the multidimensional exhibition contains a plethora of art mediums – paintings in oil and water colours, sculptures in ceramic,...

Forms of Devotion Art Exhibit Launches in New Delhi

Over 500 people attended the inauguration of the exhibit “Forms of Devotion: The Spiritual in Indian Art” at New Delhi’s prestigious Lalit Kala Akademi on March 21st. The exhibit features about 400 works by nearly 200 artists, selected from the Museum of Sacred Art’s (MOSA’s) permanent collection of over 1,600. MOSA is based at ISKCON Radhadesh in the Belgian Ardennes, and also has a branch at Villa Vrindavana near Florence, Italy. Its founding director Mahaprabhu Das (Martin Gurvich), is the secretary of the Hindu Forum of Belgium and the son of Uruguayan artist Jose Gurvich. Mahaprabhu...

VIDEO: Bhajans at MOSA 2


VIDEO: Shoba Broota – Lookin Within

Standard Chartered Sponsors ‘Forms of Devotion: the Spiritual in Indian Art’

The Museum of Sacred Art (MOSA), Belgium is pleased to announce the launch of Forms of Devotion: The Spiritual in Indian Art, a multidimensional arts project conceptualized around the notion of the spiritual and devotional in Indian art.  It explores the theme through artistic creations in different forms and styles, across ideologies and philosophies as well as faiths and regions of India. Forms of Devotion will feature a major exhibition utilising the entire Lalit Kala Akademi (LKA), alongside the launch of an accompanying illustrated book and film. This coincides with a festival of spiritual...

Belgium’s Museum of Sacred Art Shows New Galleries

The Museum of Sacred Art (MOSA) at the ISKCON community of Radhadesh in Belgium has launched three new galleries, and has more exciting plans in the pipeline. Funded and opened in 2009 by Mahaprabhu Das, who grew up in a family of artists, MOSA introduces Radhadesh visitors to Krishna consciousness through art. The museum features several permanent pieces including three large framed wooden depictions of Lord Krishna’s universal form, Lord Ramachandra, and the Dasavatar (Krishna’s ten incarnations). But its main offering is an annually rotating roster of exhibits that include sculptures,...

Selected artworks for sale till end of August 2014 for special prices!

We have selected artworks from various artists for sale till end of august for special prices!

Bhajans in MOSA 2 – July – August 2014


Hariprasad Chaurasia’s performance in Radhadesh (May 17th 2014)

Herewith some nice video footage on of Hariprasad Chaurasia performance on the 17th of May 2014:

VIDEO: Inaugurating the 2014 Art Exhibits at MOSA (May 18)

The prospect of inaugurating the 2014 art exhibits at MOSA was outstanding having accomplished artists as Shobha Broota, Raghupati Bhat, and Poosapati Parameshwar Raju.  MOSA’s overal goal is to bridge the cultural divide between India and Europe and between material and spiritual life. Art is a perfect medium to do so, and we hope that many Europeans will discover the excellent Indian artists who try to convey a spiritual message. We are convinced that MOSA’s visitors will come to appreciate and enjoy the currently exhibited work of all three artists.