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Audio-Visual Guide App of National Gallery of Modern Art

Audio-Visual Guide App of National Gallery of Modern Art

About the NGMA app

The Audio-Visual Guide App of the National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA), New Delhi enables museum viewers to listen to anecdotes and stories related to the treasured Indian modern art exhibited at the Gallery, on smart phone, anywhere, anytime.

The app is an audio-visual guide for exploring the modern art treasures on display across galleries of the Museum.

How to use

The app is available on the Google Playstore and the Apple Appstore. A web version of the app is also available for those not keen to download the app and can be accessed by just scanning the QR code at location.

To listen to the narrations, users need to download the app and navigate the content using the numbers mentioned. The same numbers will be on display next to the art work at the Museum.

The NGMA app and tours are free for all users.

The museum tours are a rich mix of images, videos and voice. They aim to enhance the viewing experience of the visitors at the museum and also enable one to ‘visit’ the art works virtually. The text is written in an interesting storytelling format with details about the artist, the thought behind the art work and the techniques used in creating the piece.

About National Gallery of Modern Art 

Founded in 1954, as the premier museum of modern art of a newly independent nation, the National Gallery Modern Art, New Delhi, houses and showcases masterpieces of the changing art forms of modern India spanning more than one hundred and fifty years. The museum continues to reaffirm its role as a repository of modern and contemporary visual, plastic and new media arts.

The museum has a seminal collection of more than 2000 artists. The line-up includes artists of the of stature of Raja Ravi Verma, Abanindranath Tagore, Rabindranath Tagore, Gaganendranath Tagore, Nandalal Bose, Jamini Roy, Amrita Sher-Gil, Thomas Daniell, and a few leading international artists. Some of the oldest works preserved at NGMA date back to 1857. With 12,000 square meters of exhibition space, it is one of the world's largest modern art museums.

Source : National Gallery of Modern Art 

Last Modified : 5/9/2022



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