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Established in 1952, Jehangir Art Gallery is more than a prime art exhibition space. Located in South Mumbai, it has been closely associated with the development of contemporary Indian art.

Jehangir Art Gallery hosts exhibitions by painters,sculptors, print-makers, craftsmen, ceramicists, photographers and weavers. It regularly holds interesting lecture programmes, conducts workshops & discussions on various forms of art, laying stress on education for both the academically inclined and laypersons.

Jehangir Art Gallery has provided a platform for aspiring artists,who have always availed the opportunities provided by the gallery to interact with the art fraternity at various levels.The gallery has continued to be a centre of activity for artists, connoisseurs of art, art-lovers and the public.

Jehangir Art Gallery has provided a platform for aspiring artists,who have always availed the opportunities provided by the gallery to interact with the art fraternity at various levels.The gallery has continued to be a centre of activity for artists, connoisseurs of art, art-lovers and the public.

Sir Cowasji Jehangir,2nd Bart
Sir Cowasji Jehangir, Second Baronet (1879-1962) was the founder of Jehangir Art Gallery and a leading citizen of his time. He made notable contributions to the business life of the city as an industrialist and banker,to the political life of the country and as a great patron of art.

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Jehangir Art Gallery, 161B, Mahatma Gandhi Road, Kala Ghoda, Fort,
Mumbai, Maharashtra 400021
Phone : 022- 22843989

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