A 19th century Madhavendra Palace in Jaipur has been converted into contemporary sculpture gallery. A collaboration between the Government of Rajasthan and the Saat Saath Arts Foundation. The first contemporary public sculpture park in India presents a specially curated selection of over 60 sculptures by approximately 25 contemporary artists, from both India and abroad, directed by artist, curator and gallerist Peter Nagy (of Nature Morte).
The Sculpture Park, a Sculpture Gallery with works displayed throughout the rooms and grand courtyards. The traditional Indian architecture creates a dramatic backdrop for the monumental works occupying central positions and more intimate works featured throughout the many rooms, awaiting discovery. Visitors are invited to meander through the palace, to encounter and experience each work in a range of settings and display. In addition to the artistic programme, The Sculpture Park is also running an employment and education programme.