National Gallery of Modern Art
1953- In 1953 the Society organized the Second International Exhibition of Contemporary Art in its new building, which the national daily 'The Statesman' described as ‘no less than Venice Biennale.
1957- Hermann Goetz, a noted German art historian became its first curator and in time it added new facilities such as Art restoration services, an Art Reference Library, and a Documentation Centre.
1955- NGMA purchased M F Husain’s landmark 1955 work Zameen where the artist’s use of icons and symbols were articulated in a monumental sweep.
Maharaja Man Singh II, Jaipur House is the former residence of the Maharaja of Jaipur in the city of New Delhi, India. Edwin Lutyens, The Jaipur House was styled after a concept of the Central Hexagon was visualized by Sir Edwin Lutyens.