We've rounded up our top exhibitions of the week for Mumbai featuring some of our favorite galleries, museums, and art events. Check them out!
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Where do we come from?
These oil-on-canvas paintings reflect the artist's relationship with the ecosystem that carried her visual coming of age - the village, the land, the river. It is a glimpse into her practice, and her looking back on a period that shaped her imagination and worldview.
Galerie Mirchandani + Steinruecke
13th January - 26th February
A Lease of Life
Curated by Ranjit Hoskote, this series of photographs follow the afterlives of political posters. Take a glimpse into the strange, surprising moments born from the recycling of these posters into awning, mats, and more.
Cymroza Art Gallery
13th January - 28th February
With image transfers on teak wood, Saju Kunhan takes us on a deep dive into his belief that history is a collection of memories. His works reflect on migration and displacement on a personal level, and also that of the larger community. Accompanied by a catalogue essay by Skye Arundhati Thomas.
13th January - 19th February
The drawings on display employ sacred geometry and symbols to study the realm of invisible forces, in connection to the natural world. The artist's meditative approach speaks of the intelligence of both, nature and the human hand.
13th January - 15th March
New Found Lands: The Indian Landscape from Empire to Freedom
The exhibition will welcome visitors at Mumbai’s oldest museum, an institution dedicated to excellence in cultural education through exhibitions and unique visual and intellectual media, until 16 February 2022 embarking on a fresh public-private dialogue in the world of art.
Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum
27th November - 16th February