Art Comin’ Right Up!
Art In The City
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For The Love of Art
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Paintings From TCS’s Collection
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A Soirée For Art Lovers
Jehangir Art Gallery announced the opening of their all-new Gallery No 4 with a classy do on Saturday evening. This new art space has opened in place of the famous Cale Samovar. The evening was hosted by Shobhaa De and Dilip De, who in fact has curated this first opening exhibit for the gallery in tandem with Tata Consultancy Services. Gallery No 4 has been designed as an eco-friendly space with the rear and a section of the roof made of stiffened glass. This design allows inflow of natural light. which adds to the beauty of the space. The guests were bowled over by greenery in a city like Mumbai. Guests who were present here were Tarana Khubchandani (owner of Gallery Art and Soul). Hugo Weihe (CEO, Saffronart). Gaurav Bhatia, Aditya Kilachand. and Anindita De, among others.
South Mumbai’s iconic Café Samovar converted into an art gallery
In March 2015, Mumbaikars lamented the shutting down of the five-decade-old Cafe Samovar. At the legendary eatery in Kala Ghoda, culture enthusiasts would meet up to discuss art over steaming cups of cutting chai and kheema parathas. The place, which was once a haunt of artists like MF Husain, Tyeb Mehta, KH Ara, Anjolie Ela Menon, as well as many Bollywood stars, has now been converted into an art gallery.
The magic of monochrome
Light and shadow are two elements that boast of a versatile nature, and it is easy for your imagination to run wild while trying to envision the narratives behind the interplay. And, young artist Yuvraj Patil has done just that and more with his collection My Black, My White
Mumbai: The best museums and galleries here to see
Concentrating on everything from astronomy to art, and from old history to political history, these are among the best displays and historical centers in Mumbai. The Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya is the city’s biggest and most stupendous exhibition hall, and houses three stories of Indian works of art, figures and artifacts.