Until Sun, 24/10/2021
Museum Rietberg

The Deccan Plateau, an extensive region south of the Ganges Plain, was not only home to a number of significant power centres such as Bijapur, Golkonda, Aurangabad, and Hyderabad, but also one of the most varied and richest regions in Indian painting. The area’s great cultural diversity and an intricate network of national and international political links gave rise to a highly creative art tradition, merging elements and motifs from northern Indian painting, techniques informed by Mughal art, and inspirations from Persia into new stylistic forms which, in turn, radiated out across India. In its role as an artistic relay station, the Deccan is not always easy to grasp in terms of style but offers the eye a staggering array of originality and innovation.

Now, for the first time, the Museum Rietberg is showing its treasures from the Deccan in a special exhibition at the Park Villa Rieter.

Museum Rietberg

Gablerstrasse 15
8002 Zürich

+41 44 415 31 31

Tram 7: Museum Rietberg / Bus 72: Hügelstrasse

Photography allowed

Opening Times

Tuesday: 10–17
Wednesday: 10–20
Thursday: 10–17
Friday: 10–17
Saturday: 10–17
Sunday: 10–17

Until Sun, 24/10/2021

The Museum Rietberg ist open.

In general: open on public holidays 10am–5pm, except on December 25: closed. Library: Tue-Thu 1-5pm


Special exhibitions «Love, Fight, Feast– The World of Japanese Narrative Art» und «Manga– Reading the Flow» incl. collection
CHF 25/20*

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