Mumbai to get a dazzling lotus petal shape Cultural Centre

The grandeur of Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre (NMACC) is accentuated by the stunning ceiling made of 8,400 Swarovski crystals.Scheduled to open in March next year the centre will include exhibition halls and  theatre which is bigger than Broadway with 2,000-seats.

Mumbai welcomes a beautiful cosmopolitan space which will showcase the Public art installations including a work by Yayoi Kusama.

The NMACC will be India’s largest convention centre, a vast ballroom, apartment complexes and retail and dining facilities.

The main cultural venture of a much larger commercial development project envisioned and funded by Nita Ambani—the Jio World Centre in the city’s Bandra Kurla Complex neighbourhood (BKC).

The first details of the NMACC’s opening programme includes a fashion exhibition curated by the Vogue editor Hamish Bowles that will examine the impact of Indian dress & textiles on global fashion from the late-18th century to today. This show will feature loans from the Victoria & Albert Museum in London of clothes by Jean Paul Gaultier, Christian Dior and Yves Saint Laurent.

India cultural critic Ranjit Hoskote will co-curate the ceremony titled Sangam Confluence with American dealer Jeffrey Deitch which will show works by Indian contemporary artists side by side with Western artists, such as Anselm Kiefer and Raqib Shaw, who count India as one of their influences.

Apart from this a dance, music, and puppetry performance exhibition around India’s journey as a continuous civilisation will be directed by the Indian playwright and director Feroz Abbas Khan.

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