The Sizzing Plate Gallery in Bangalore, India, is an unusual place for a museum dedicated to classical Indian art.
The galleries is in the heart of Bangalore’s city centre, near the main train station, which is the main entrance to the city.
The gallery is a large space with glass windows and large pillars.
It houses a wide range of classical Indian and Indian-inspired artworks including sculptures of Plato’s cave in the main hall and a plata coloid, a small wooden plate that is a sponge or ceramic bead.
The plates are a very popular gift for the artist who commissioned them, and have also become a popular souvenir for visitors.
In the recent past, Plata coloids have been used to decorate statues and buildings in India and abroad.
The museum was founded by Plata Chakraborty, an artist and art historian from the city, in 2013.
The collection includes sculptures by a range of artists, from classical Indian painters to contemporary Indian architects and sculptors.
It is important to note that this is not the first time that Plata and Chakrabartys sculptures have been seen in Bangalore.
In 2008, the artist and her husband, K.S. Chakrabarty, opened a museum and gallery in the same building.
Since then, Plater and Chakrbarty have curated a variety of exhibitions, including Plata’s own exhibitions.
The exhibitions focus on the history of Plater’s works and their impact on the Indian landscape.
According to Plater, the Plater Coloidal Gallery is a collaboration between the artist herself and the architect.
The artist and the sculptor collaborated in an effort to create a new exhibition that will showcase the Plata-Chakrabarty sculptures.
According a statement on the museum website, the exhibition will include works of sculpture from Plata to her contemporary, Kavita Joshi.
The exhibition will also highlight the work of contemporary artists and architects from around the world, as well as highlight the impact of Platonics sculpture on contemporary India.
The artist and architect will also discuss their ideas for a new museum in the future, and the impact that Plater has had on the contemporary Indian landscape and architecture.
The museum’s website also describes the exhibition as an “exciting event”.
For more information on Plater-Charkrabartyan, visit the museum’s official website:www.plater-chakrabarty.com