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EVERY PICTURE HAS A STORY An exhibition of Photographs by Kabeer Ramesh at Nitya Artists Centre

EVERY PICTURE HAS A STORY An exhibition of Photographs by Kabeer Ramesh at Nitya Artists Centre

From: 1st to 7th May 2024

Every Picture has a story…

A Solo Show of Photo Art

By Kabeer Ramesh


Nitya Artists Centre

103, 1st Floor, Siddhi Vinayak Grandeur

Opp Ravindra Natya Mandir, Sayani Road

Prabhadevi, Mumbai 400 028

Contact: +91 9920072573


This show was inaugurated on 1st May 2024 by the hands of Adv. Rajay Gaikwad  Honourable advocate at Mumbai Highcourt.

An exhibition of Photographs by Kabeer Ramesh

Photo artist Kabeer Ramesh offers yet another solo exhibition titled ‘Every Picture has a story…’, the previous being ‘Frozen in Time’, which was held at the prestigious Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai.  ‘Every Picture has a story…’,  exhibited at the ‘Nitya Artists Centre’, Prabhadevi, from 1st May, 2024 onwards, grapples with, as the title suggests, human endeavours/stories in diverse and vivid contexts; these are photo-stories of promises and perils of being human: the glories and triumphs memorialised in monuments are juxtaposed with toiling workers in busy bazaar streets of Kolkata; the symbols of towering human achievements – the world famous the Taj Mahal and London Bridge – co-habit with the unease of forlorn ruins of the dilapidated and discarded. Interestingly, the idea of loners is presented in creatively imagined forms – the ‘lone stone’ of Shillong relentlessly standing up to vagaries of waters, and the unending wait of birds in summer of Rajasthan. The trees presented in Kabeer Ramesh’s work too depict the diverse meaning universe: the erratic desires of the colonising human, and the falling humanity supported by dried branches of the uprooted. The exhibition also offers noteworthy studies in perspective – the broad-ways and the marvel of the Howrah bridge – what appears as meeting may be illusive, and what is near maybe far.  The monuments in Kabeer’s work present an enigma: the famous Notre Dame cathedral in Paris lost its glorious treasures to the leaps of fire; so is the photograph of statue outside the Buckingham Palace, glorious yet stoic.

Kabeer Ramesh’s photographic imagery thus represents the indomitable human spirit, and also cautions against the unreasonable, erratic human desire to colonize. Importantly his works show that all human boundaries, all boundaries, are illusive,  porous and imaginary. One could easily cross over the meaning universe and find multiple meanings through acts and ways of seeing and looking, in varied times and spaces. 


EVERY PICTURE HAS A STORY An exhibition of Photographs by Kabeer Ramesh at Nitya Artists Centre

Vachi Art Gallery Presents THE SOUL’S CANVAS Paintings Exhibition By 11 Eminent Artists

Vachi Art Gallery Presents THE SOUL’S CANVAS Paintings Exhibition By 11 Eminent Artists

From: 22nd to 28th April 2024

Vachi Art Gallery Presents

“The Soul’s Canvas”

Expressions of Inner Worlds”

An Exhibition of paintings by 11 eminent artists – Somenath Maity, Pradip Sarkar, Anand Panchal, Bhaskar Rao, Ganpati Hegde, Nilesh Nikam, Amol Pawar, Sukanta Das, Rahul Dangat, Paras Parmar, Arti Vohra.


Vachi Art Gallery

141-B, 1st Floor, Atria Mall

Dr. Annie Besant Road,

Worli, Mumbai 400 018

Timing: 11am to 7pm.

Contact: +91 9152011110


Colourful realms of life

          A group art exhibition showcasing the works of 11 eminent artists has been presented by Vachi Art Gallery at 141-B, 1st Floor, Atria Mall, Dr. Annie Besant Road, Worli, Mumbai 400 018 from 22 to 28 April, 2024. It will be open for free public viewing there daily from 11 am. to 7 pm.

          The contemporary artists participating in this group art show are Somenath Maity, Pradip Sarkar, Anand Panchal, Bhaskar Rao, Ganpati Hegde, Nilesh Nikam, Amol Pawar, Sukanta Das, Rahul Dangat, Paras Parmar, Arti Vohra

          Various works will be presented in different mediums and techniques by the participating artists as per their thematic perceptions.

Nature occupies an important place in the conceptual paintings in this art show. It signifies various norms of Life in Nature and Gods in Nature in the pictorial forms as paintings. In a way, the vivid works to be displayed in this show will be focussed on Nature and its sanctity in life.

This show was inaugurated on 22nd April 2024 by Manjari Thanawala, Owner Chesterfield Furniture in the presence of Mahendra Kalantri, Director, Acclaim Systems India Pvt. Ltd. Rtn Khuzem Sakarwala, Co-founder Rotary Club of Mumbai Bravehearts, Mr. Prashant Kashikar, Managing Director, Mika Engineering Pvt. Ltd.


Vachi Art Gallery Presents THE SOUL’S CANVAS Paintings Exhibition By 11 Eminent Artists

YELLOW CANVAS 2024 A Children’s Art Exhibition At Kamalnayan Bajaj Art Gallery

YELLOW CANVAS 2024  A Children’s Art Exhibition At Kamalnayan Bajaj Art Gallery

From: 12th to 14th April 2024


A Children’s Art Exhibition


Kamalnayan Bajaj Art Gallery

Bajaj Bhavan, Ground Floor,

226 Jamnalal Bajaj Marg

Nariman Point, Mumbai 400021

Timing: 11am to 7pm.

Contact: +91 9975781972

Yellow Canvas – Children’s Art Exhibition 2024

A non commercial group art exhibition showcasing the works of about 100 school children from preschool to 12th standard have been displayed at Kamalnayan Bajaj Art Gallery, Bajaj Bhavan, Nariman Point, Mumbai 400 021 from 12th to 14th April, 2024 between 11 am to 7 pm. This is the 4th edition of group art exhibitions coordinated by Mr. Sohan Kumar Choudhary who is himself an artist having passed B.F.A. from Sir J.J. Institute of Applied Art, Mumbai. This exhibition is the first of its kind to be held in Mumbai with a participation of about 100 students from Mumbai and other States of India, Singapore, USA, Israel, Germany, Netherland, U.K., U.A.E., Myanmar, Belgium, Hong Kong. Students are exhibiting artworks made in different mediums as in Acrylic, Charcoal, Pen & Ink, Mixed Media, Oil pastel, soft pastel & watercolour etc has been showcased in the exhibition and there will be free entry for this Art exhibition.

This show was inaugurated on 12th April 2024 by Honourable Guests Dolly Thakore –  Indian Theatre Actress, casting director and Media & Communication Personality, Mrs. Manju Lodha  – Chairperson Lodha Foundation, Poet, Philanthropist, Member of Censor Board & Vice President of Maharashtra Hindi Sahitya Akadami, Mr. S. P. Ahuja –  President- All INDIA Anti Terrorist Front Mumbai,  Dr. Soma Ghosh – Classical, Folk & Ghazal Singer, Recipient of the prestigious ‘Padma Shri ‘ Award in 2016, by Indian Government, Dr. Aneel Murarka –  Industrialist & Indian Philanthropist, Mr. Ashwin Bangera – National Promotion Head KOKUYO CAMLIN LTD., Mr. Sooraj Thapar – Actor, has done more than 700 theatre, about 25 TVCs, & more than 75 Television Serials,        Moni Kundu – Social media influencer, Meesha Gupta –  South Asian art consultant & Gallerist (London & Bombay),  Markand Soni –  Actor, Singer & song writer. Has done more than 300 TVCs, 6 Television shows & 3 Movies (Brahmastra – most recent), Varun Buddhadev – Actor, he has won The Best Child Actor Award From The Honourable President Of India For His Film Tulsidas Junior his 3 Films releasing In 2024, Delisha Chutani – Indian Child artist & kids influencer.

Sohan Kumar Choudhary is the founder of Yellow Canvas which is a link between aspiring artists and their educator as well as the prospective art collectors. Sohan Kumar Choudhary conducts many art activities related to art such as Art Classes, Workshops, Art shows, Camps for all age groups etc. thereby promoting the artists to paint in various mediums and imaginations along with the introduction of Indian folk art such as Warli paintings, Madhubani paintings and Gond Art to connect overseas students/children with the nuances of Indian Culture & Art heritage as well as traditional Indian Art in order to encourage young talent.

The participating Students: Aaryansh Modi, Ariha Romin Mehta, Devam Modi, Hetvik Gupta, Ivaan Sancheti, Izyan Haseeb Musani, Tarushi Lodha, Armaana Lodha, Kabir Kurien, Luchkin Leonid, Anvay Shah, Raisha A. Gandhi, Reyansh Nanavaty, Ruhan Sancheti , Smera Sanghvi, Alishka Salecha, Amaira Jalak Desai, Annirudh Karkee, Kimaya Padhye, Partth Partik Jain, Savir Pavan Modi, Yug Ami Anand Pande, Aariv Sanghavi, Anaaya Deep Shah, Burhanuddin Mufaddal Umrethwala,  Hasan Khan, Kriday Garg, Mitansh Nilay Vakharia, Naevah Mehta, Anuriti Singh, Eva Kunal chandawalla, Mahee Kothari, Maishaa K. Patel, Mysha Manoj Jain, Riaana Shah, Satvik Subrotho Rana, Shanaya Kothari, Tanush Jani, Tashi Amit Gorwara, Aarav Jain, Aarya Viral Shah, Aum Desai, Dhyana Kothari, Nathanael Suganth, Nishi Bhavin Shah, Rianna Patel, Rishvika Ankit Solanki, Samaira P. Shah, Sanvi Ashish Khedekar, Shriya Mehta, Viraat Hingu, Vviyaa Ritesh Jain, Aalia Kacheria, Aarav Dave, Aditi Kothari, Ahaan Rishi Mantri, Aisha Kothari, Anaya Meghani, Dravya Vardhan, Kanishk Deshmukh, Nandini Ram Mohan, Nisreen Sanchawala, Swara Yogendra Kokate, Tarasha Tidke, Vivaan Shah, Vyom Goenka, Aamena  Lokhandwala, Anay Aadish Shah, Ayaana Agarwal, Daksh Hiral Jogani, Dhriti  Viral Dave, Dishita Sehgal, Havyn Ankit Parmar, Himnish Kashyap Mehta, Hufriya Cherag Italia, Kahaan Rathi, Owee Vinayak Hendre, Sanjana Viresh Valmiki, Vedika Dodia, Vivaan Siddharth Purav, Vritti Prem Avichal, Aarya Sharma, Dwisha Mehul Maniar, Natasha Kalpesh Rathod, Nithya Sharad Avhad, Nysha Pavan Modi, Riddhima Singh, Vedant Himanshu Ghela, Vyomi Rahul Mehta, Ananya Subrotho Rana, Manav Gorakh, Meghana Bhat, Pritika Shah, Taksh Gagan Kothari, Srisha Mota, Arman Saud, Maanya Parikh.


YELLOW CANVAS 2024  A Children’s Art Exhibition At Kamalnayan Bajaj Art Gallery

THE LEGACY An Exhibition of Photographs by veteran photojournalist Mukesh Parpiani in Jehangir

THE LEGACY An Exhibition of Photographs by veteran photojournalist Mukesh Parpiani in Jehangir

From: 17th to 30th January 2024

“The Legacy” An Exhibition of Photographs by veteran photojournalist Mukesh Parpiani


Jehangir Art Gallery,

Terrace Gallery,

Kala Ghoda, Mumbai 400 001.

Timing: 11am to 7pm

Contact: +91 8108003311

Legendary photojournalist Mukesh Parpiani’s need to chronicle the unusual began at a very young age when he first began to help his brother. His elder brother who was fascinated by photography, had a darkroom at home, and Mukesh used to wash his prints. Gradually, he began to work towards achieving this dream. He enrolled at the Pillai School of Photography (1969-1970), after which, he worked in wedding and travel photography. During this brief stint, he realised that his city has so many intermingled narratives to offer, whose ever-evolving nature is simply waiting to be chronicled.

In 1981, Russi Karanjia, the Editor of The Daily, a morning newspaper in Bombay, offered him a job as their photographer.At The Daily, Parpiani photographed many political leaders and celebrities. Due to this, he became a familiar name in the journalism fraternity. Viveck Goenka, the Chairman and Managing Director of The Indian Express, who had been following Parpiani’s work and career, saw potential in his vision. Eventually, he decided to recruit Parpiani as the photo editor of The Indian Express’ seventeen editions. During his time there, he covered historical events of significance nationally and internationally.Mid-Day, an afternoon tabloid, who noticed Parpiani’s work as a photojournalist and editor, decided to offer him a job as the photo editor. It was the beginning of many things – the turn of the century as well as the tectonic shift of photographic technologies. Tariq Ansari, the Managing Director of the newspaper, gave Parpiani the liberty to develop the department as he needed. Parpiani, upon recognising the dawn of DSLRs, requested Ansari to acquire them for the photo department. Under his tutelage, many young individuals became renowned documentary photographers and photojournalists.

Parpiani curated his first photo exhibition in March 1989 at Piramal Art Gallery of NCPA. His penchant for curating photography exhibition gave him the opportunity to continue even after his retirement at the age of 58.

In 2009, Khushroo Suntook, Chairman of the National Centre for the Performing Arts (NCPA), offered him to head the Piramal Art Gallery. Suntook had been familiar with Parpiani’s work and entrusted him with the running of the gallery. For 14 years, Parpiani has single-handedly nurtured and educated the next generation of photographers. He has organised over 250 talks, workshops, exhibitions, and seminars to disseminate photography.

Parpiani has touched countless lives with his photographs while reforming countless more as a mentor. His strengths and humanity lie in his ability to mould the way we perceive Bombay, while his sensitivity and perceptiveness conquer the hearts of those fortunate individuals who have, knowingly or coincidentally, crossed paths with him.


THE LEGACY An Exhibition of Photographs by veteran photojournalist Mukesh Parpiani in Jehangir

Art Exhibition A JOURNEY THROUGH COLORS By Eminent Artist Raosaheb Gurav In Jehangir

Art Exhibition A JOURNEY THROUGH COLORS By Eminent Artist Raosaheb Gurav In Jehangir

A Journey Through Colors” Art Exhibition by eminent artist Raosaheb Gurav in Jehangir

From: 3rd to 8th January 2024

A Journey Through Colors

An Artistic Voyage of eminent artist Raosaheb Gurav

Jehangir Art Gallery

Auditorium Hall

161-B, M.G. Road,

Kala Ghoda, Mumbai 400 001

Timing: 11am to 7pm.

Contact:+91 9822399873


Artist Raosaheb Gurav completed his diploma in Fine Arts from Abhinav Kala Mahavidyalaya, Pune in 1970 and thereafter he became an Art master. He worked as a Master of Fine Arts in the same institute and after 40 years of service, he retired as a Principal of Abhinav Kala Mahavidyalaya, Pashan, Pune.

He is an artist who is evergreen and always engrossed in his work,irrespective of the amount of work or his age. Once again he is exhibiting his art works ‘A Journey through colours’  at a very prestigious venue Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai. The exhibition was inaugurated by the Chairman of Delta Corp Limited –Mr Jaydev Mody on 3rd January.

The exhibition will be on display till 8th January from 11.00 am to 7.00 pm. Now all of us are very excited to know which of the paintings will be presented in this One Man Exhibition. Because his collection has been so huge till now the art lovers are curious about something new. So for all the passionate people , this is the unique opportunity to enjoy the work of Shri Raosaheb Gurav. 


Art Exhibition A JOURNEY THROUGH COLORS By Eminent Artist Raosaheb Gurav In Jehangir

EXPOPEDIA Presents AMALGAMATION – 11 An Art Exhibition by 26 cotemporary artists in Cymroza Art Gallery

EXPOPEDIA Presents AMALGAMATION – 11  An Art Exhibition by 26 cotemporary artists  in Cymroza Art Gallery

From: 1st to 4th December 2023


“Amalgamation – 11″

An Exhibition of Paintings, Prints & Sculptures


Cymroza Art Gallery

72 Bhulabhai Desai Road

Breach Candy, Mumbai 400 026

Timings: 11 am to 7pm

Contact:  98195 11124

EXPOPEDIA Unveils Amalgamation-11: A Fusion of Artistry in Mumbai

In a momentous announcement, EXPOPEDIA is set to showcase the 11th edition of “Amalgamation,” an enthralling exhibition that converges the worlds of paintings, prints, and sculptures. This cultural extravaganza promises to be a beacon for art enthusiasts in Mumbai.

This show was inaugurated on 1st December 2023 by distinguished Chief Guest, Mr. Anant Gadgil(Renowned  Architect & MLC), in the presence of Guest of Honor , Mr. Mahendra Kalantri, Director of Acclaim Systems (India) Pvt Ltd amongst art aficionados and artists.

Amalgamation-11 brings together a diverse array of talented artists, including Prakash Bal Joshi, Vinod Venkapalli, Om Swami, Sonali Korde, Asit Kumar Patnaik, Yogini Sharma, Umesh Kumar, Smita Sahu, B.R. Pandit, Shalu Parasrampuria, Maya Menon, Shyama Nadimpalli, Rakhee Shah, Mini Suboth, Kadambari Mehta, Prof. Mangal Gogte, Alka Pandey, Dr. Priya Yabaluri, Seema Hedaoo, Priyal Thakkar, Selve Singh, Kaushal Parikh, Sakshi Babaria, Rachna Agha, Avijit Roy, Kavita Bhandari.

These artists collectively contribute to the rich tapestry of artistic expression.

Their works promise to create a visual symphony that transcends boundaries and captivates the imagination.

At the helm of curating this artistic journey is Ms. Aparimita Sapru, a visionary curator whose expertise ensures a seamless blend of creativity and expression. For inquiries and further information, Ms. Sapru can be reached at 9819511124.

EXPOPEDIA’s Amalgamation-11 is not just an exhibition; it’s a celebration of creativity, diversity, and the boundless possibilities that art offers. As the doors of the Cymroza Art Gallery open, a world of imagination and inspiration awaits all who step inside.


EXPOPEDIA Presents AMALGAMATION – 11  An Art Exhibition by 26 cotemporary artists  in Cymroza Art Gallery

MAITHILI Paintings Exhibition By Five Women Artists @ Art Entrance Gallery

MAITHILI Paintings Exhibition By Five Women Artists @ Art Entrance Gallery

From: Monday, 27th November to Sunday, 10th December 2023


An Exhibition of Paintings

By Women Artists – Pratibha Wagh, Jyotsna Sonavane, Rekha Bhiwandikar, Mita Vora, Paneri Bhiva Punekar


Art Entrance Gallery

Army & Navy Building, M G Road,

Kala Ghoda, Mumbai – 400001

Timing: 10am to 8pm

Contact: +91 9820128651

Kala Ghoda Association Presents ‘Maithili’ Exhibition Celebrating Women Artists

This show was inaugurated on 27th November 2023 by Brinda Miller(KGA Chairperson & an eminent artist)

The exhibition features the works of five talented women artists: Pratibha Wagh, Jyotsna Sonavane, Rekha Bhiwandikar, Mita Vora, Paneri Bhiva Punekar. Each artist brings a unique perspective and style to the showcase, making it a diverse and vibrant collection.

The show is curated by Varsha Karale

Pratibha Wagh’s Enchanting Canvases

An artist of any discipline first sees the idea manifest in his mind and then begins his expression of it. Mrs. Pratibha Wagh celebrates nature in her mind before giving it a form to be enjoyed by its beholders. Her paintings of nature are resplendent with the rich influences of Madhubani, Chitrakathi and Indian miniature paintings. The resultant style inherently demands a rather difficult merger of detailing and precision while the size of her canvas doesn’t allow her the liberty of being artistically vague, it does insist upon sharp precision of strokes that are at once bold and light. Mrs. Wagh manages this tightrope walk with consummate ease. Her paintings give you a distinctly joyous experience of a dreamlike state, and their old world. The message in her paintings is loud and clear. Unless man loves and respects  nature, he has no right to its beauty and benevolence.

Jyotsna Sonavane: A Journey Inward

Jyotsna Sonavane describes her artistic journey as an inward exploration for outward expressions. Her abstract language of lines and colors captures the evolving compositions that gain new meanings over time. Inspired by nature, Sonavane’s paintings mimic the organic beauty of stone, petrified wood, and flowing rainwater. The emotional depth of her work is conveyed through the movement of brushwork and layered colors, creating a rich history within each piece.

Rekha Bhivandikar: Exploring Memories Through Art

Rekha Bhivandikar, a contemporary artist, presents ‘Memories,’ an exhibition that reflects her deep admiration for memories. Having grown up in a small village, Wada, Bhivandikar’s journey as a commercial artist includes 26 group exhibitions throughout India. Her recent focus involves exploring the similarities and differences between Maharashtra Lok Kala-Warli and Bihar-Madhubani, creating a fusion of these traditional art forms.

Mita Vora: Passionate Tigers on Canvas

Mita Vora’s art is centered around the majestic tiger, symbolizing physical strength, vitality, and health. Through the use of ink and palette knife on canvas, Vora skillfully brings these powerful creatures to life. Her commendable and brilliant style involves a universal mix of raw and bold layers of colors, reflecting subtle values and positive attributes associated with the tiger.

Paneri Bhiva Punekar: Transcendence of Banaras

Paneri Bhiva Punekar’s series, ‘Transcendence of Banaras,’ is a thematic conceptualization of the religious sanctity, glory, and divine fervor associated with the holy city of Varanasi. Using poster colors on paper in her unique style, Punekar’s works artistically adorn various pieces with ethnic and exquisite hues, capturing the spirituality prevalent in the temples, shrines, and continuous chanting at the Ghats.

The ‘Maithili’ exhibition is a celebration of the divine energy inherent in women, transferred onto rich, vibrant canvases that aim to invoke the same energy in the viewers. The participating artists bring years of experience and hard work to this showcase, making it a must-visit for art enthusiasts and the general public alike.

MAITHILI Paintings Exhibition By Five Women Artists @ Art Entrance Gallery

Artist Madhavi Joshi Exhibits Her Solo Show THE CHILDHOOD STORIES At Jehangir Art Gallery

Artist Madhavi Joshi Exhibits Her Solo Show THE CHILDHOOD STORIES At Jehangir Art Gallery

From: 27th November to 3rd December 2023

“The Childhood Stories”

An Exhibition of Paintings by well-known artist Madhavi Joshi


Jehangir Art Gallery

161-B, M.G. Road

Kala Ghoda, Mumbai 400 001

Timing: 11am to 7pm

Contact: +91 93254 00038

Email: madhavisjoshi72@gmail.com

This show was inaugurated on 27th November 2023 by Bir & Neev (Child Artist), Pooja & Kalpesh Joshi(Architects) in the presence of Nitin Jadia(Art Collector), Dr. Navroz Kotwal(Orthodontist), Dr. Subhash Shah(POPO Landon) among others.

 About Artist Madhavi Joshi                                                From time immemorial, numerous art forms emerged through man’s aesthetic adventure. Amongst them painting is one of the most creative art forms which uplifts the mind, life and soul towards the divine.

In the realm of art an artist always gets inspiration from the environment and entourage he lives in. Artist Madhavi Joshi  Engineer by qualification and Artist by passion graduated in Fine Arts Painting from  Pune University has a unique style depicting spiritual Indian mythological idols and Hindu iconography through her paintings .

She has exhibited her work through 25+ solo and  100+group exhibitions in famous galleries in India and abroad and achieved more than 10 awards.

In addition to this she has participated in numerous auctions and donated her paintings for charities.

Her series of paintings represents her artistic expression on the sanctity and relevance of numerous vignettes of Indian culture compared to their modern practices.

In her series – ‘The Divine Perception’ , she has inculcated various elements of nature, their symbols and iconography to impart visual effects of glory and transparency along with the memories of countries past heritage through impressive strokes .The relevance’s of various colours and symbols and their sanctity along with meditational hues are prominent in her work.

The artist’s work in her latest series ‘The Childhood stories’  is characterized by its thought-provoking narrative, which not only showcases the beauty of nostalgia but also addresses critical issues that demand our attention and empathy. Through her intriguing and engaging techniques, she manages to create a striking juxtaposition between the joys and the hardships of childhood, leaving a lasting impact on the viewer’s mind. This series serves as a testament to the power of art to convey complex emotions and to draw attention to important social issues in a visually captivating and emotionally resonant manner.

Relevance of vivid lines , geometrical figures , shapes and contours along with their colourful lines through the illuminations/brightness , light and shade and reflection effects in the apt arenas have together enhanced the visual perceptive levels in her creations which often amaze and mesmerises one and all by leaving an indelible impact on their  minds and souls.

She says that “nature is a wonderful art piece created by god –whether it is Earth ,Space,Universe,Living beings or divine natural powers are enough to ignite my imagination and inspire me to create and pursue my artistic journey.”


Artist Madhavi Joshi Exhibits Her Solo Show THE CHILDHOOD STORIES At Jehangir Art Gallery

RADIANCE WITHIN Sculptures Exhibition By Renowned Sculptor Sunil Deore In Nehru Centre Art Gallery

RADIANCE WITHIN Sculptures Exhibition By Renowned Sculptor Sunil Deore In Nehru Centre Art Gallery

From: 17th to 20th November 2023

“Radiance Within”

An Exhibition of Sculptures by Renowned sculptor Sunil Deore


Nehru Centre Art Gallery,

AC Gallery, Dr. Annie Besant Road

Worli, Mumbai 400018

Timing – 11am to 7pm

Contact: +91 9890185237

Radiance Within: Sunil Deore’s Short Stories in Sculpture 

Sculptor Sunil Deore’s latest exhibition promises to be a visual feast for art enthusiasts, as it takes center stage at the Nehru Centre Art Gallery from November 17 to 20, 2023. This eagerly anticipated showcase offers a unique opportunity to witness the evolution of Deore’s artistry and experience the cultural richness that defines his work.

This show was inaugurated on 17th November 2023 by Honorable Guest Supriyatai Sule, National President Nationalist Congress Party

Sunil Deore embarked on his artistic journey as a student at the Sir JJ School of Art. He laid the foundation for his studies in 1989 and furthered his artistic education at the Aurangabad School of Art in 1995. Completing his focused studies in sculpture, he honed his craft at the prestigious Sir JJ School of Art in Mumbai.

Sunil Deore has earned widespread acclaim, securing numerous national and international awards, among them the prestigious Indira Gandhi Sadbhavana Award. His artistic prowess has transcended borders, with exhibitions held across the globe, from London and Dubai to Abu Dhabi and the United States.

Notably, Deore stands as the creator of the national emblem sculpture for the newly constructed Sansad Bhavan, a testament to his significant contributions to public art and national symbolism. His achievements underscore the global recognition of his talent and the impact of his work on both a national and international scale.

Sunil Deore’s sculptures, known for their fusion of tradition and contemporary expression, will be on display, inviting visitors to explore the intricate narratives and symbolism woven into each piece. The Nehru Centre Art Gallery provides the perfect backdrop for Deore’s creations, offering a space where his sculptures can engage with viewers on a profound and immersive level.

As visitors step into the gallery, they will be greeted by a diverse array of sculptures crafted from various materials, showcasing Deore’s versatility and mastery of his craft. The exhibition serves as a visual journey through India’s cultural tapestry, with each sculpture telling a story that transcends time and resonates with the complexities of modern existence.

From intricately carved mythological figures to contemporary explorations inspired by folklore, Sunil Deore’s latest exhibition is a testament to his ability to bridge the gap between tradition and innovation. The showcase not only celebrates the artist’s creative prowess but also invites reflection on the evolving nature of Indian art and its global relevance.

Sunil Deore’s artwork seamlessly blends tradition and innovation, showcasing a horse as a symbolic machine, representing the inspiration behind human inventions like the car.

Deore’s work also celebrates intrinsic radiance, stating, “People who shine from within don’t need the spotlight. Nothing can dim the light that shines from within.”

Art enthusiasts, scholars, and the general public alike are invited to immerse themselves in Sunil Deore’s world of sculptural brilliance at the Nehru Centre Art Gallery. This exhibition promises to be a captivating experience, offering a glimpse into the artist’s profound connection to his cultural roots and his ongoing contribution to the dynamic landscape of contemporary Indian art.


RADIANCE WITHIN Sculptures Exhibition By Renowned Sculptor Sunil Deore In Nehru Centre Art Gallery

MATSYANGAN Solo Show Of Paintings By Well-Known Artist Chandrashekhar Kumavat In Jehangir

MATSYANGAN Solo Show Of Paintings By Well-Known Artist Chandrashekhar Kumavat In Jehangir

From: 13th to 19th November 2023


An Exhibition of Paintings by well-known artist Chandrashekhar Shravan Kumavat


Jehangir Art Gallery

161-B, M.G. Road

Kala Ghoda, Mumbai 400 001

Timing: 11am to 7pm

Contact: +91 98224 92376

“Matsyangan: Fusion of Realism and Fantasy”

The Jahangir Art Gallery is set to host an exquisite exhibition of paintings by acclaimed artist Chandrashekhar Shravan Kumavat. Titled “Matsyangan: The Symbol of Love,” this event promises to be a beautiful art experience for enthusiasts and collectors alike.

Over the past two decades, the influence of abstract art styles has waned, making way for a resurgence of figurative art forms. This shift has not only captivated artists but also art aficionados and collectors, particularly in the realm of realistic portrayals. Chandrashekhar Kumavat, hailing from Pune, stands as a prime example of an artist who has carved out a niche for himself through his unique art style.

Having received numerous awards and accolades since his student days, Kumavat’s distinctive approach has garnered attention on both national and international stages. His artistry, characterized by a blend of pen strokes, dots, lines, and bold black circles, is delicately woven into a vivid tapestry of experiences.

At the heart of his narrative lies the story of Matsyagandha and her lover, brought to life through intricate details and a dreamlike backdrop. Kumavat’s mastery lies in striking a harmonious balance between materialism and fantasy, exemplified by the simplicity of his central characters against the backdrop of water ripples and aquatic imagery.

While proficient in acrylic on canvas and ink on paper, Kumavat has pioneered a unique style in line art, favoring suggestive forms over realistic representation. The interplay of various drawing forms, content, and technique culminates in a breathtaking body of work.

In addition to his artistic pursuits, Chandrashekhar Shravan Kumavat also imparts his knowledge and expertise as a lecturer at Abhinav Kala Mahavidyalaya in Pune. In his own words, “A spontaneous expression of feelings through a certain medium can be called ART.” Kumavat draws parallels between an artist’s creative process and the natural world, emphasizing the significance of elements such as Light, Color, Space, Rhythm, and Movement. Each stroke of the brush or pen not only conveys the artist’s ideas but also reflects their inner state to the external world, contributing to the evolution of cultural perspectives.

MATSYANGAN Solo Show Of Paintings By Well-Known Artist Chandrashekhar Kumavat In Jehangir

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