Every visitor in Mumbai, who is interested in art will know about Jahangir Art Gallery. Technically in the same compound as the Prince of Wales Museum, though approached from further up MG Rd is Jehangir Art Gallery. It is Mumbai’s best-known venue for contemporary art and is frequently used for art and photographic exhibitions. Here, the visitor can get an idea of modern Indian painting and sculpture.
The Gallery is open for five days: Monday to Friday from 10 am to 5 pm and has visitors all day long.
But there are many more art galleries scattered around the city which are equally good and a feast of our eyes.
If you are in Mumbai this week end, you can check art galleries around Mumbai city.
Suchitrra Arts: 2642-6479
Debraj Goswami, Jignasa Joshi and others let their creative juices flow.
1 Hill View, Second Floor,
Osmosis Gallery: 3091-1534
Group Show Osmosis Gallery
Akbar Padamsee is part of this group show
175 Aram Nagar II, JP Road, Varsova
Nehru Centre : 2496-4676
Group Show Circular Gallery
Kishir Shikhare, Prabhakar Doud, Rahul Salve and Priya Shikhare show paintings.
Discovery Of India Building, Worli
DD Neroy Gallery : -
Group Show DD Neroy Gallery
Arvind Sutar, Deepak Bharadwaj and others show paintings.
Bombay Mutual Terrace,
Pradarshak : 2646-2681
This annual student show is the gallery’s effort to showcase young artists.
100 Kalpana Building, Bandra
Studio Napean : 3263-9722
Group Show Studio Napean
Basukinath Dasgupta, Shivaramachary Y and Kamalnayan Deori show paintings.
Matru Ashish, Shop No 17-18,
mon-sat 10.30 am-8pm.
Veh Art Gallery : 2438-0566
The gallery’s annual monsoon show has 60 paintings selected from 500 entries.
B1, Swapna Bhoomi, SK Bole Road
Gallery Art & Soul : 2496-5798
Roul Hemanta is inspired by graffiti
1 Madhuli, Dr Annie Besant Road
Point of View : 2218-6151
Engulfed Beneath the Horizon
An exhibition of paintings by young artists. The list includes Kumar, Nilesh Prajapati, and Arunabha Mondal.
63/65 Wodehouse Road
Kamalnayan Bajaj Art Gallery : 2202-3626
Group Show Kamalnayan Bajaj Art Gallery
Monsoon-inspired art by many artists, including Revati Dalvi and Nishant Dangre.
Ground Floor, Bajaj Bhawan,
Legacy Art Gallery : 2281-7581
The gallery wets its feet with the mandatory show inspired by the rainy season. Artists include Shyamal Mukherjee and Somnath Maity and others.
112 Maker Chambers
The Guild : 2287-5839
Myths of Unspoken Biospheres
Jeetander Ojha and Sudeesh K show paintings. The show has been conceived by Shubhalakshmi Shukhla.
28 B Pipewala Building,
Gallery Beyond : 2283-7345
Point and Line and Plane IV
Abstract works by Santana Gohain and others.
130/132, Great Western Building
Warehouse at 3rd Pasta : 2202-3056
Res Derelictae II
Belgian artist Peter Buggenhout shows sculptures made of dust, thermocol and other bits of junk. Not meant for those who are compulsive about clean surfaces. The show has been curated by Sofie Van Loo.
6/7 Third Pasta Lane,
Galerie Mirchandani + Steinrue : 2202-3030
Solo Show Matthias Mansen’s
Matthias Mansen’s woodcuts are on display. If you want to see (or buy) something from the gallery collection, make an appointment.
2 Sunny House,16/18 Mereweather
mon-fri 10am-6.30pm, sat 11am-4pm
Museum Gallery : 2284-4484
Solo Show NB Hingad
NB Hingad shows paintings.
Kala Ghoda, K. Dubhash Marg
Art Walk : 5632-5757
Solo Show Papiya Ghosh
Papiya Ghosh exhibits in this little gallery between the Oberoi and the Trident.
1st Floor, Oberoi Arcade,
Bilmat Zeramicz : 2265-2091
Solo Show Sandeep Manchekar
Sandeep Manchekar shows stoneware, earthenware and other handmade objects.
73, Nagindas Master Road,
mon-fri 9.30am-1pm, 2-6pm. sat 9.30am-1pm.
Sakshi Gallery : 2491-0728
Stillness ... Moves (US)
Wooden sculptures carved with an axe by Ravi Shah.
39A/1 Sri Ram Mills Compound,
Bodhi Art Gallery : 6610-0124
The Bodhi Art Award Show
Bosudhara Mukherjee, Debanan Sasmal, Nazima Rangwala are among the 11 finalists for the Bodhi Art Award. Shreyas Karle has won the first prize.
28 K Dubash Marg, near Rhythm house
Pundole Art Gallery : 2284-1837
The Pregnant Room
A show of sculptural installations by Parag Tandel.
369, D.N. Road,
Piramal Art Gallery : 2283-3838
Subhashis Das lets you feel some heat
Piramal Gallery, NCPA,
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