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Temporary Exhibitions

Rang – a local crafts innovation
(April 10th 2008- August 10th, 2008)

An exhibition showcasing fusion of local crafts of Phad painting and clay products from Molela village.
(March 10th – April 10th , 2008)

Students of School of Interior Design, Ahmedabad present an interpretation of the The City Palace Museum spaces
Watercolour Journey Around the World to Rajasthan.
(December 31, 2005 - January 04, 2006)

Forty four water colour painitings by Dr. Hiroshi Shimazaki, a Japanese Canadian Professor were exhibited at the Sabha Shiromani ka Darikhana in the The City Palace Museum.


Associate Exhibitions

'Jagriti' at Jagmandir Island Palace (2001)
Jagriti is a 'heritage exhibition onsite' at Jagmandir Island Palace, the island palace on Lake Pichola. It is a manifestation of the multilayered research undertaken in 2001-02. Rare paintings, old photographs, maps and contemporary architectural drawings have been brought together to facilitate the understanding of how Jagmandir Island Palace evolved from the 17th century onwards and continues to grow in the 21st century. The posters in the inner chamber were created from old photographs of Jagmandir Island Palace and Gol Mahal, retrieved from old albums in the Maharana Mewar Special Library.


Permanent Exhibitions

The Bhagwat Prakash Gallery
The Bhagwat Prakash Gallery at the City Palace Museum, Udaipur dedicated to the display and exhibition of photographic material, was inaugurated on 15th March 2009 by Padma Bhushan Ebrahim Alkazi, founding director of the National School of Drama, Chairman Alkazi Collection of Photography, and one of India’s leading art collectors.
Click here to view "The Bhagwat Prakash Gallery"
The Court Painitings of Mewar
The collection of unique court paintings of Mewar dating from the 18th century onwards is permanently on display in the Zenana Gallery at The City Palace Museum.
Udaipur Since 1559
This exhibition disseminates the extensive research undertaken for the City Palace. It showcases interpretive architectural drawings of Udaipur city and architectural models of the five major phases of evolution of the City Palace.
Sponsored by: Tourism Cares, USA


Touring Exhibitions

At present, there are no touring exhibitions but the museum soon plans to enagage in organising touring exhibitions to showcase Mewar culture in collaboration with like minded organisations.


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