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In a case of adaptive reuse, Madhavendra Palace, Nahargarh Fort has now metamorphosed into an art gallery housing the artworks by 15 Indian and 9 international artists. The project is a collaborative effort of the department of archeology, Rajasthan government with Saat Saath Arts Foundation that supports international exchange between India and the world through the visual arts and education initiatives. The Sculpture Park, aims to turn the palace into an art gallery with sculptures by top Indian and international artists displayed both in and outdoors. The exhibition is curated by Peter Nagy, director of Nature Morte Art Ltd., and is planned to be an annual fixture. Artists works on display include Jitish Kallat, Reena Kallat, Bharti Kher, Subodh Gupta, Stephen Cox (UK) and Americans Arlene Shechet and James Brown.