Art Lovers from across the country gear up for Mumbai Gallery Weekend

The Indian art community gears up for the Mumbai Gallery Weekend - a veritable paradise for collectors and connoisseurs

Mumbai Gallery Weekend began in 2012 with a view of bridging the gap between art connoisseurs, enthusiasts, and collectors; and Mumbai’s contemporary art galleries and cultural institutions. This year’s edition starts today, January 31 and continues through to February 4.  A total of 31 art spaces - including Akara Art, Bhau Daji Lab Museum, and the DAG Modern - will co-host the event, showcasing works by more than 60 artists.

sakshi-gallery-gallery-resized_013118125700.jpg Sakshi Gallery, courtesy Mumbai Gallery Weekend

Expect the works of greats like MF Hussain, SH Raza, and contemporary artists like Jitish Kallat, and Thukral & Tagra. Also being showcased are up and coming artists whose work the Mumbai Gallery Weekend seeks to provide a platform for exposure.

jhaveri-contemporary-gallery-view--resized_013118125857.jpg Jhaveri Contemporary Gallery, courtesy Mumbai Gallery Weekend

To make the experience truly immersive, various talks will be held across different venues. Do a walkthrough with artist Ravikumar Tashi at the Sakshi Gallery or attend a talk between Cecilia Morelli, Samuel Barclay, and Anne Geenen on design, architecture, retail, and art, which will be moderated by Harper’s Bazaar India’s editor Nonita Kalra.


For details, visit the official website.


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