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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The Sea Falls Into Night Without A Motion

The exhibtion focuses on artist's practice of working with analogue sound storage mediums and revolves around the themes of Venice, music and water.

Galerie Isa


Gregor Hildebrandt

14th October – 27th December

Behind the Scenes: TIFR Art Collection

Join Art & Wonderment on a private walk through one the city's greatest cultural treasures: the art collection of the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR).

Navy Nagar, Colaba


Various Artists

26th November

Kal (n. Tomorrow, Yesterday)

The group show explores the theme of cyclical time.

Art & Charlie


Nachiket Prakash, Arvind Sundar, Meghna Singh Patpatia

07th October – 04th December

In Motion

The show is the third iteration of the Hermès Heritage cycle of touring exhibitions and juxtaposes objects borrowed from the house’s archives next to ones from recent collections.



Various Artists

11th November – 20th November


Through the diverse practices of of three artists, the show reflects on the relationship between humans and nature.

Apre Art House


Pallav Chander, Pavan Kavitkar, Dhiraj Pednekar

4th November – 29th November

Happy In The Hippocampus

The solo exhibition includes paintings and an immersive installation that dive into surreal dreamscapes away from reality.

Method Kala Ghoda


Rohan Joglekar

10th November – 04th December


On display is a body of work developed across two decades in close association with the city and people inhabiting it. The exhibition traces both the evolution of the photographer’s gaze on the city and city's increasing complexity.

Project 88


Munem Wasif

10th November – 31st December


The exhibition focuses on abstract and geometrical forms inspired by the five elements earth, water, fire, air and space.

Kamalnayan Bajaj Art Gallery


Dipa Das

14th November – 19th November

Thinking Hand

The solo exhibition explores the intellectual systems – scientific, linguistic, and numerical that structure our understanding of the world.

Jhaveri Contemporary


Michael Müller

10th November – 30th December

This Is What It's Like To Be Fabulous

The solo show features artworks created by the artist during his summer residency at the gallery.

Chemould CoLab


Gurjeet Singh

10th November – 23rd December

There Is Something Tremendous About The Blue Sky

On display are works that explore the power structure, different forms of violence, the active repression of rights, and the dehumanisation of the lower castes, classes and minorities in the current era.

Galerie Mirchandani + Steinruecke


Aban Raza

03rd November – 28th December

Every Bone A Song

The solo exhibition showcases a series of new paintings and sculptures focusing on the artist's inquiry of the body and landscape and of related thoughts on support, surface, structure and material.

Expermenter Colaba


Biraaj Dodiya

10th November – 23rd December

Documenta Indica

Through the solo exhibition, the artist goes back to her sculpture practice. On display are sculptures in form of documents that reflect the artist's interest in the 19th century subjects such as ethnography, anthropometry and epigraphy.

Chemould Prescott Road


Pushpamala N.

3rd November – 26th November

In Solitude I Seek

Through the exhibition, the artist attempts to seek a sense of solitude within the choas of urbanisation.

Akara Art


Anirban Mishra

10th November – 22nd December

How Many Songs From A Single Note?

The exhibition consists of video installation, tapestry, drawings, paintings, and sculptures that showcases Naqvi’s brave confrontation of identity-based injustice in the present socio-political landscape.



Sarah Naqvi

13th October – 19th November

Desi Boys

The solo exhibition showcases photographs that aim to document the lesser seen depictions of Brownness in volatile times in South Asia.

Sakshi Art Gallery


Soham Gupta

04th November – 02nd December

Chaos Trilogy – Part 1: Disorder Under Heaven

Curated by Premjish Achari, the exhibition traces the history of India from the 90s onwards and maps the chaos of the three decades visually and aesthetically.

The Guild Art Gallery


Anju Dodiya, Atul Dodiya, Gieve Patel and Others

05th November – 05th January

Vision & Landscape

The exhibition by DAG features one-hundred-and-forty-four aquatints collectively known as the Oriental Scenery that trace the itinerary of Thomas Daniells’ travels and document the landscape and architecture of eighteenth-century India.

The Taj Mahal Palace


Various Artists

Until 20th November