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UNSEEN THOUGHTS Art Exhibition By 8 Contemporary Artists In Jehangir Art Gallery...

From: 6th to 12th June 2023

“Unseen Thoughts”

An exhibition of paintings, Graphics, Sculpture, Ceramics and Drawings By Contemporary artists –   Abdul Salam, Anju Paliwal, Dasarath Das, Dibakar Chandra, Gautam Das, Shrihari Dutta, Rakesh Sadhak , Ishaan Kewalramani .


Jehangir Art Gallery

161-B, M.G. Road,

Kala Ghoda, Mumbai 400 001

Timing: 11am to 7pm

Contact: +91 98312 59428, 98300 37608

Recent works of a group of 8 eclectic contemporary artists from Bengal and Lucknow have been displayed in a group art exhibition at Jehangir Art Gallery, M.G Road, Kala Ghoda, Mumbai 400001 from 6th to 12th June 2023 between 11 am and 7 pm. It will showcase the unseen thoughts and art practices of 8 contemporary talented artists under one roof in an array of styles and artistic approach towards the medium technique adopted by the participating artists for the aesthetic and artistic adornment of vivid art works with the expected visual perspective and glorious effects of reality and ecstasy in the apt arenas.

This exhibition was inaugurated on 6th June 2023 by Mr. Kumar Desai, Advocate  Highcourt Mumbai in the presence of Mr. Vilas Shinde, Eminent Artist and many other  art lovers, collectors, patrons/ connoisseurs along with other art enthusiasts in the present art world.

The participating artists in this group art exhibition are:-

Abdul Salam, Anju Paliwal, Dasarath Das, Dibakar Chandra, Gautam Das, Shrihari Dutta, Rakesh Sadhak , Ishaan Kewalramani .


UNSEEN THOUGHTS Art Exhibition By 8 Contemporary Artists In Jehangir Art Gallery

Expopedia Presents Amalgamation-10 An Exhibition Of Paintings Prints And Sculptures In Cymroza Art Gallery...

From: 19th to 22nd April 2023

Expopedia Presents


An Exhibition of Paintings, Prints & Sculptures


Cymroza Art Gallery

72, Bhulabhai Desai Road,

Breach Candy, Mumbai – 400 026.

Timing: 11am to 7pm

Contact: +91 98195 11124

A Mumbai based art promotional institution- Expopedia has showcased a group art exhibition of paintings, sculptures and prints at Cymroza Art Gallery, 72, Bhulabhai Desai Road, Breach Candy, Mumbai 400026 from 19th to 22nd April 2023 from 11 am to 7 pm.

The show was inaugurated by Chief Guest, Mr Hasmukh Shah, renowned Interior Designer and Hon. Chairman, IIID ( Indian Institute of Interior Designers) and Guest of Honor Mr. Gautam Naik, Senior architect and artist . The show has been curated by Aparimita Sapru, artist and curator . The inauguration was done in the presence of participating artists and art aficionados

The various participating artists in the show are:-

Prakash Bal Joshi, Parag Borse, Ashif Hossain, Satyajit Varekar, Ratan Saha, Om Swami, Rakhee Shah, Shobha Shete, Nandini Das, Anisha Gupta,Trapti Badjatiya, Varsha Balwani Kukreja, Praggya, Saamor, Alka Pandey, Surekha Shetty, Priyanka Tayal, Lomita Kamlesh Nanda, Abhijit Bose, Geetu Kalani, Sonali Soorma.

This show will depict the various works in realistic, Semi-realistic, abstract, surrealistic and contemporary as well as modern style in different mediums such as oil colours, acrylics,watercolors, etching, dry pastels and oil pastels, pen and ink, mix media etc and sculptures in bronze, metal relief scraps and mix media in the unique techniques and styles adopted by the participating artists. The works displayed in these show include landscapes, cityscapes, seascapes, beauty of nature, seasonal highlights of nature, historical monuments and their traditional heritage, figurative works showing various sentimental feelings on the faces of young sensitive women in their  perspectives realms of life, Journey of life, Market Place, vignettes of rural and Urban culture, icon of powers and many more thematic peculiarities.


Expopedia Presents Amalgamation-10 An Exhibition Of Paintings  Prints And Sculptures In Cymroza Art Gallery

SIDHHA Paintings Exhibition By Well-Known Artist Kudalayya Hiremath In Jehangir Art Gallery...

From: 17th to 23rd April 2023


An Exhibition of Paintings by well-known artist Kudalayya Hiremath


Jehangir Art Gallery

Hirji Gallery

161-B, M.G. Road

Kala Ghoda, Mumbai 400 001

Timing: 11am to 7pm.

Contact: +91 94232  53005

This show was inaugurated on 17th April 2023 by Chief Guest Mr. Vijay Achrekar(Eminent Artist & President of The Art Society of India, Mumbai), Special Guests Ms. Pallavi Sabnis(Founder Colaba Art & Joint Secretary of The Art Society of India, Mumbai), Mr. Manojkumar Sakale(Eminent Artist ,Mumbai),  in the presence Mr. Vishwanath Sable (Dean of Sir J.J. School of Art)  Deepak Naphade,  Mrs. Alka Ora and many others.

Since the early times, Indian culture has always given utmost importance to animals. Whether in temples carved sculptures, caves or even in literature animals were included. Thus were born fables, morals stories, folklores and so on.

When I think of animals, my heart reaches out to a childhood memory that has been etched in my mind. We were taught poetry in school, named Punyakoti. Punyakoti was the name of a cow, and her story revolved around truth and sacrifice.

As the story goes, she once promises to return to an old hungry tiger as a prey, after she has fed her young one. Despite her calf and siblings moaning and coaxing her not to return, she does so believing in her virtues. The tiger, moved by her integrity, salutes her and gives up his own life, while freeing himself of the curse he would have invoked for killing such an innocent and truthful cow.

The emotions of this particular poem have stayed with me since then and thus the picturesque scenes of cattle outside temples, the Nandi inside the temple and bullocks dressed up for special festivities have always enchanted me. These beautiful scenes in real time have inspired my current exhibition “SIDHHA” connoting the meaning pure.

Through this exhibition, I have manifested the importance of the cow and the Nandi in our great culture.

——Kudalayya Hiremath



SIDHHA  Paintings Exhibition By Well-Known Artist Kudalayya Hiremath In Jehangir Art Gallery

Rainbow Art World Presents MULTIPLE FORMS Art Exhibition By 29 Artists In Cymroza Art Gallery...

From: 14th to 16th April 2023

Rainbow Art World Presents


The National Contemporary Art Exhibition & Awards


Cymroza Art Gallery

72, Bhulabhai Desai Road,

Breach Candy, Mumbai 400 026

Timing: 11am to 7pm.

Contact: +91  92131 50146, 97111 50162


Rainbow Art World is organizing – ‘‘MULTIPLE FORMS’’ National Contemporary Art Exhibition & Awards. 29 most famous Contemporary Artists of 3 Generations are participating in this show, who are from every State of India.

This show was inaugurated on 14th April 2023 By

Special GUEST

Sri Rohan Gaikwad

Chairman NYRA foundation, Cyber security expert,

TedX speaker & Forbes business council member


Dr. Deepak Khandekar

Film Director, Actor, Writers & Author

New Mumbai

Sri Prithvi Soni

Eminent Visual Artist

Goregaon, Mumbai

This show is curated by India’s well-known Curator – Virendra Kumar

Rainbow Art World is a group of contemporary artists to fulfill artists dreams and to provide a platform to those artists working in various media in the field of Contemporary Art. Virendra Kumar is the Founder of Rainbow Art World Artists Group. He is a well known Indian curator and Visual Artist based in Delhi and working across all over world for the last fifteen years. Rainbow Art World has organized several exhibitions in the last several years and participates in several National & International festivals and Art fairs. Rainbow Art World focuses on vibrancy, sensitivity, richness and the depth of art. It highlights the creative nuances of artists with their varied styles, mediums and imagination. It portrays work of established, mid-level and New artists, giving an opportunity to the artist to sell his/her work to different profiles of art lovers and investors. A wide range of selection in paintings of outstanding quality, affordable prices and exceptional value are available. Rainbow Art World is trying to exhibit their Art and give them a global exposure. Rainbow Art World has become a vision and objective for promoting Art and Artists with all efforts and supports from art lovers and milestones in this field. Art is a medium that needs no language and transcends all borders. We are once again coming to you by organizing this national contemporary art Exhibition & Awards with a hope to explore a National arena in future 29 Eminent and well-known Contemporary Artists from our country are participating in this National Exhibition.

Participating Artists: – Ajith Kumar,  Anindita Kishore, Atul Padia, Babita Barooah Das, Bharti S. Lashkari, Dhruv Kumar, Dr. Pankaj Malukar, Harpal Singh  Chauhan, Hemlata Keshari, Jaspreet  Mohan Singh, K. Rajendra Kumar, Manish Joshi, Meenaketan Pattnaik, Mona Jain, Mriganka Mouli Mukherjee, Puja Kumari, Puspanjali Panda, Ramesh Joshi, Rekha Kumari, Shalini Patel, Shashikant Bhomavat, Shelle Mustajab,  Sumati Gangopadhyay, Sunny K Dagar,  Vipul Gulati, Virendra Kumar, Adweta Pradhan, Omkar Sathe, Vania Bhatiya.


Rainbow Art World Presents MULTIPLE FORMS Art Exhibition By 29 Artists In Cymroza Art Gallery

DIVINE EXPRESSION Solo Show Of Paintings By Eminent Artist Parsharam V Sutaar In Jehangir Art Gallery...

From: 11th to 17th April 2023

“Divine Expression”

Solo Show of Paintings by

Eminent Artist Parsharam V. Sutaar


Jehangir Art Gallery

161-B. M.G. Road

Kala Ghoda, Mumbai 400 001

Timing: 11am to 7pm

Contact: +91 98691 70967, 9969535704

Sanctity of Spiritual Ethics & Cultural heritage

Recent work of eminent artist Parsharam V. Sutaar  is showing his paintings exhibition in Jehangir Art Gallery, M.G. Road, Kala Ghoda, Mumbai 400 001 from 11th to 17th April, 2023 between 11 am to 7 pm. This work in Acrylic on canvas will highlight the relevance and sanctity of the religious and cultural heritage of our country and its numerous facets in apt perspectives of visual fine arts.

This show was inaugurated on 11th April 2023 by Mrs. Shaila Parsharam Sutaar(W/o Parsharam V. Sutaar)

Parsharam V. Sutaar had his art education leading to G.D. Arts (Drawing & Painting) in Sir J.J. School of Arts, Mumbai. Then he displayed his thematic work endowed with the relevant artistic muses and textural finesses and the desired visual effects at strategic arenas in leading art galleries at Mumbai, Nagpur, Taiwan Taipei, Chennai etc.  His presentations in solo and group art exhibitions in these galleries were highly appreciated and commended by the art fraternity. He took part in the art camps organised by Govt. of Maharashtra at Ganpatipule, M.P. Govt. in Bhopal and for Indian Army based on the gallantry services of Indian Soldiers etc.  He also assisted and took active part in eight fund raising Master Strokes art exhibitions for Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai & 2 shows for N.G.M.A. Mumbai. A proud recipient of awards from Govt. of Maharashtra and Empire award from Pepsi in 2004, his paintings are in collection of many renowned art collectors like Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai, Nehru Centre, Mumbai and several reputed art collectors in America, Kenya, England, Goa, Germany etc.

The present series depicts the subtle nuances of the Indian cultural traditions and heritage of the historical monuments, temples, shrines in an expressive and artistic style. He has been deeply inspired by the beauty of Nature and relevance of the historical monuments at various places. He has incorporated the architectural details of various monumental buildings and the surrounding environment of places of historical importance and cultural relevance at Ajanta, Ellora, Pandharpurand many more places in his endeavours. His lucid visual language of expressions incorporates the use of vivid muses, iconic motifs and spiritual extravaganza of sentimental expressions in apt religious and cultural fervours and their sanctity in proper perspectives. He has artistically and aesthetically adorned his works with ethnic and eternal visual effects at the desired arenas in the work in order to lay emphasis on their relevance in the modern materialistic world full of enjoyment & pleasures and that peculiar attitude of the masses. He has demonstrated numerous aspects of the human attachment towards the monuments of historical and cultural significance and the necessity of the desired efforts towards maintaining their sanctity and relevance in the modern era. He has made and displayed paintings on Buddha and other deities like Lord Ganesha, Lord Vishnu, Indra Sabha, Kailash Temple, Mahishasurmardini,  etc  in his style.


DIVINE EXPRESSION Solo Show Of Paintings By Eminent Artist Parsharam V Sutaar In Jehangir Art Gallery

From: 4th to 10th April 2023


Solo Show of Paintings

By Well-known artist Hina Bhatt


Nehru Centre Art Gallery

Discovery of India Building

Dr. Annie Besant Road

Worli, Mumbai  400 018.

Timing: 11am to 7pm.

Contact: +91 97669 27455

This show was inaugurated on 4th April 2023  by Chief Guest Mr. Ashish Shanker(Managing Director & CEO – Motilal Oswal Private Wealth), With Blessings from Shri. Sumant Shukla in the presence of Special Guests Prof. Anant Nikam(Eminent Artist), Prof. Vishwanath Sabale(Dean-Sir J.J. School of Art, Mumbai), Shri. Prakash Ghadge(Eminent Artist), Shri. Milind Mulick(Eminent Artist)

Seasons and Mosaics

The term ‘bigger picture’ evokes a certain response, which furthers the visual experience of a viewer by plunging the image into their minds, frenetically trying to draw parallels and meanings, in essence, to make sense of it. However, there is a difference in the way human beings and other animals, birds, or insects, perceive the visual world around them owing to their biological visual apparatuses which permit only certain wavelengths of light or colour to be seen. Therefore what is apparent is in bits and pieces, mosaic-like, essentially diminishing the bigger picture from discernment. Over time and with technology, the visual world has become a mosaic which builds up to create the entire visual. In today’s times, the mosaic has morphed into pixels, and nature’s unique visual algorithm can be mapped in a 1- 0 sequence by any AI. But does it capture the core truth of Nature?

As the world around us changes, so does the visual experience but in artist Hina Bhatt’s works, she attempts to hold on to that last sentience of nature’s mystique which, can never be replicated by technology – Nature’s spirit. That irreplaceable life force which courses through roots, veins, leaves and the air that one breathes, its endurance and interchangeability. Bhatt has a penchant for noticing nature in its quiet formative moments. This is made evident in her series of works ‘Ruturaj'(King of seasons) which are rendered in a nature-abstract lexicon and present to the viewer the ephemeral essence of changing seasons. Reminiscent of the 18th-19th century Baramasa poetry, these paintings capture the changeable disposition of time, in the form of abstractions of foliage and moods.

The works are rendered in oil on canvas and present a perspective of moods, often expressed using colours which are vibrant or subdued, playful and sombre. This oscillation between the opposites of the colour palette adds to the play of depth, light, movement and a sensorial experience which can resemble the real changes of season. Bhatt’s application of paint is vaguely reminiscent of the Impressionists who aimed to capture the characteristic essence of a scene, focusing on the way light changes the nature of an object and makes it anew. Bhatt’s skill seems to warrant such commendation too, as one looks at these works intently, one could experience a fleeting movement of the foliage. It has to be attributed to the impasto brush strokes, especially when they lead the eye around the work and a mental journey all at once.

In the other suite of works titled ‘Roots and Bonds’, the artist changes the medium to pen on canvas, focusing the visual on specific figurations and intended meaning. Here the visual focuses upon the roots of old trees, which clasp at the earth with all their might, almost inseparably. Over this finely penned backdrop, Bhatt paints patch-worked parchment-like pieces, sewn together roughly, as a metaphor for binding. The concept is about roots, of trees, of people, of motherlands, of minds, of belonging, of love and of finding that one deep connection with something or someone to make one’s life purposeful. The works also could be seen as motifs which hold a picture together, the picture could be a reality or a person’s own reality, which is fragmented by the roles one plays in life, but is held together precariously only because of the rooted knowledge and spiritual essence of their core values. Unmoored by these precariously sewn threads, the parchments stand alone, meaningless and perforated by the inevitability of ignorance, as seen in one of the works.

There is a certain invisible connection between these series, Ruturaj and Roots and Bonds; visually they could only share the hints at nature and nature’s muses as a trigger, yet both the works segue into one another seamlessly when one considers the true nature of the human mind which perceives it. For Bhatt, nature is the real teacher, the guide, the philosopher, and when she chooses to engage with nature in the simplest of ways possible, she encounters its beauty, its playfulness through seasons, its hide-and-seek games with sunlight and wind, its unique scripts in the shadows its throws on the grounds, its aromas and its textures which fill her with a sense of oneness with nature. Such an engagement possibly gave rise to the Ruturaj series as it is evident from the quintessence of the series, yet, the Roots and Bonds series becomes the marrow of the artist’s intense engagement and her taking that experience forward through interpretations of said experiences. The Roots and Bonds series brings the mind back to the origins, to the reality of today’s fragmented lives, to the piece-meal existences, to the speed of living and dying, to the authenticity of human existence, to their roots and lack thereof, hence the mosaic-like life.

Bhatt’s works take the viewer on a journey of outer and inner realms, some are beautiful vistas never experienced before, and others are like looking at mirrors which have not been looked into for ages. This dual facet of her works and her addressal of human life through Nature as a leader brings out the purpose of such practice – to redefine the inherent unity of humans, flora and fauna alike. One cannot exist without the other. Artist Hina Bhatt seems to articulate this by trying to fit the mosaic pieces of life itself in her works, recreating a better, bigger picture with definition and clarity for the future.

———–Sushma Sabnis Mumbai


VISCERAL REALMS Solo Show Of Paintings By Well-Known Artist Hina Bhatt In Nehru Centre Art Gallery