Opening of Abhay K's Art Exhibition 'One Planet' at the National Library, Brasilia, Brazil 2018



"Last month,the director of Delhi’'s National Gallery of Modern Art,Rajeev Lochan,inaugurated an exhibition of paintings by Indian diplomat Abhay Kumar at the Russian Centre of Science and Culture in Delhi. The exhibition was titled ‘We Have Come Far’,and addressed issues relating to the environment and spirituality...Being a diplomat feeds into my artwork because I travel a lot and that makes me aware of global issues that get channeled into my works,” says Kumar,whose paintings lean toward abstraction while trying to capture the cosmic beauty of the earth through geometric forms and colours. “I’'m also a poet and a writer and I feel all these aspects of my life work together in a synergistic way,” says Kumar,who has also displayed his works in Paris and St Petersburg." -- Georginia Maddox A Second Life, Indian Express (7 May 2011)


2009-‘Elements’ Door Gallery, Art Centre Pushkinskaya-10, St. Petersburg
 2010- 'Enlightenment'- Selskaya Zhizhn Gallery, St. Petersburg
2010- 'New Symbols'- Sigmund Freud Museum, St. Petersburg
2011- 'We have come far'- Russian Centre, New Delhi (take a virtual tour)
2018-'One Planet' - National Library, Brasilia, Brazil (take a virtual tour)

 2008- International Festival of Mini Art, Museum of Non-conformist Art, Pushkinskaya-10, St. Petersburg 
2009- Arka Art Gallery, St. Petersburg 
2009- ‘Bridge Infinte' Markov Gallery, St. Petersburg 
2009- ‘International Festival of Independent Art’, Level of Sea, Central Manezh, St. Petersburg 2009-‘ L’INDE-ATTRACTION UNIVERSELLE, Galarie Grand Eterna, Paris 
2009 'Earth: the Sacred Treasure' Yusupov Palace Museum, St. Petersburg
 2010 'We are different, we are together' Steiglitz Academy of Art, St. Petersburg. 
2010 'Nous Somme Ensemble' Adzak Museum, Paris


Abhay's art works address realized worldly issues with a sense of introspection. 
-RAJEEV LOCHAN, Director, National Gallery of Modern Art, India

The coming together of poem and image, their drawing apart and resumption of mutual approach, the things they invoke together and separately: we savour all these moments of aesthetic experience in The Seduction of Delhi, a folio in which Abhay K and Tarshito collaborate to evoke the spectral yet palpable histories of Delhi, as well as its vibrant, insistent, kaleidoscopic and paradoxical present.
-- RANJIT HOSKOTE, Poet, Cultural Theorist and Curator




Paintings by Abhay K. Click Here




Photographs by Abhay K.

Crossing Karnali by Abhay K. in the Kathmandu Post

Portraits by Abhay K.Open

Visual Retreat: Photographs by Abhay K. Open
 Russian Art Collection Open