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Pub Date: 
Fri, 2013-06-14

The Alternative Guide to the Universe at London's Hayward Gallery will include Nek Chand sculptures specially sent from the Rock Garden in Chandigarh, India.

The Alternative Guide to the Universe at London's Hayward Gallery will include Nek Chand sculptures specially sent from the Rock Garden in Chandigarh, India.

This is a unique opportunity to see Nek Chand's work in an exhibition setting in the UK.

The exhibition runs from June 11 to August 26, 2013.

Pub Date: 
Tue, 2013-05-28

Archiving Nek Chand’s Office

During their spring 2013 visit, Nek Chand Foundation volunteers Alan Ceserano and Jan Lewin began vital work on archiving materials in Nek Chand’s Rock Garden office.

The cave-like chamber with its curved ceiling of pebbles set in concrete is home to a rich legacy of papers and objects related to Nek Chand’s creations and history.  It is where Nek Chand has worked and received visitors – many bearing gifts – every day since 1978.

Mosaic sculpture in Rock Garden
Pub Date: 
Tue, 2013-05-14

Nek Chand and the Rock Garden are featured in the latest edition of Grout.  The article by John Maizels of Raw Vision and the Nek Chand Foundation, gives Nek Chand's history, describes the Rock Garden, provides information on the work of the Foundation and its volunteers, and includes many fine photographs.  Grout is published by the British Association of Modern Mosaic.

Download the PDF here

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Tue, 2013-04-23

Following a successful visit to the Rock Garden by Nek Chand Foundation volunteers in February and March 2013, two more volunteer group visits are planned.

The next month-long stay will be November 2nd to November 30th 2013. A further four-week group visit is planned for February 22nd to March 22nd 2014. Places are limited so please apply soon using the volunteer application form available through this website.

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Tue, 2012-07-03

Members of the Nek Chand Foundation yesterday visited around twenty Nek Chand sculptures in good condition and in a delightful setting at the Sri Geeta Mandir temple, Ludhiana, Punjab.

‘This is a complete and heartening contrast to our earlier trip to Ludhiana,’ said Japan-based volunteer, John Francis Cross, referring to the 2nd March investigation by three NCF members at the Punjab Agricultural University.