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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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.
10th November – 31st 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
03rd November – 28th December
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
3rd November – 26th November
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
Until 20th November