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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

CHITRAKATHHI ART GALLERY Presents Group Show By 5 Renowned Artists

From: 8th May to 7th June 2023

Chitrakathhi Art Gallery Presents

“Colours of Life”

Paintings Exhibition by Renowned Artists: –

Vitthal Hire, Pradip Sarkar,  Ashif Hossain, Deepak Patil, Paras Parmar


Chitrakathhi Art Gallery

402, Akruti Orion, Shraddhanand Road

Vile Parle(East), Mumbai 400 057

Timing: 11am to 7pm

Contact: 9321395514, 9892155680

A group art exhibition showcasing recent works of 5 renowned contemporary artists – Vitthal Hire, Pradip Sarkar, Ashif Hossain, Deepak Patil and Paras Parmar has been displayed in Chitrakathhi Art Gallery, Vile Parle, Mumbai from 8thMay to 7thJune 2023 Between 11:00 am to 7 pm.

Chitrakathhi Art Gallery was started by Anuradha Raikar- a well known Architect and art enthusiast .

in 2020. She did her B. Arch from Sir J. J. College of Architecture Mumbai. After achieving proficiency and eminence in her profession as a practicing Architect, she had a desire to start her well decorated Arts Studio where she could render her services for propagation of visual arts. She has been doing so for the last 3 years by executing customized requirements of Arts in various modules and norms as per the requisite needs of Art Collectors/ buyers as well as promoters of visual fine arts. This show is her debut venture in this field to promote the contemporary renowned artists and their art work in the present art scenario in order to reach prospective buyers/ collectors of fine arts.

Vitthal Hire :-His thematic works in water color on paper reveal the proficiency in and command over the medium and technique used for the aesthetic adornment of the various works with the desired visual perspectives. He has mostly emphasized the life style and struggle of various people in their life in rural environments, the sanctity of different festivals, the relevance of such celebrations in life, important vignettes of culture and heritage in rural and urban areas, beauty of nature and its numerous wonders and vivid religious fairs and their relevance in human life. His works being lucid and eloquent often receive overwhelming public response and appreciation from the present art world due to relevance of our heritage, religious glory and eternal spiritual fervor as well as apt color harmony and rhythm of the colors used for their artistic adornment with the desired visual aspects of eternity and divinity.

Pradip Sarkar :- He has expressed divinity of Art in his work showing the  ardent love for music and harmony. He has focused on spiritual and cultural aspects of the society to exhibit an imagery blended with Vedic meditation and the precept of self-control, connecting the individual soul with the universal spirit. His works depict the sage of urge in human mind whereby the depicted deeds inspire others through love, affection, innocence, emotional bonding, festivity etc. which, in turn, create the required ambience for his thematic peculiarity and expressions. Vivid musical instruments and their rhythmic visual aesthetic relevance and sanctity occupy a prominent place in his works.

Ashif Hossain – His work in Acrylic Colors on canvas reveals the subtle nuances of the spiritual fervors and eternal religious sanctity associated with Benaras Ghats. His works are unique in their own way and have their visual aesthetics achieved through apt color combinations and their harmony as well as rhythm in proper perspectives of visual arts. The lucid and expressive works revealing cultural vignettes of Benaras, temples and shrines there and the overall religious environment prevalent in that area soon share a dialogue with the viewers due to their clarity and visual glory as well as aesthetics in the desired arena.

Deepak Patil :- His works in OilColors illustrate fusion of reality and imagination in an expressive way. The transparent and fluid brushstrokes create ethereal feeling to the paintings. He brings out harmony and balance by infusing bright and muted colors and a striking play of light and shadow. He works in other mixed media including use of sand and other ingredients to adorn the works with the desired textural effects and surface finesse in apt arena and perspectives of visual arts.

Paras Parmar :- His Abstract  works are subtle yet vibrant and energetic which often express powerful brushstrokes showing the emerging independence of inner vision similar to dream-like views. Vivid works in acrylic colors on canvas indicate his struggle in life which he investigates, with his spirit to find the solution. His inner feelings and moods can be experienced by different brush techniques adopted by him for the artistic and aesthetic adornment of the work with the desired visual effects in the apt arena and perspectives of visual fine arts. Good color combinations and their aesthetic harmony and rhythm find a prominent place in his works.


CHITRAKATHHI ART GALLERY Presents Group Show By 5 Renowned Artists


MILLENISMAL Art Exhibition By 4 Contemporary In Jehangir

Millenismal – A Melange of Reminiscence & Reality

Recent work of a group of 4 contemporary artists – Anupama Dey, Ashwathi Avinash, Bhaskarjyoti Gogoi and Dattaram Sudhakar Nerurkar has been displayed in a group art exhibition at Jehangir Art Gallery – Auditorium hall, M.G. Road Kala Ghoda Mumbai 400001 from 30th May to 5th June 2023 between 11 am and 7 pm. It will illustrate their genuine artistic instincts and skilful techniques in various mediums and norms under one roof.

This show was inaugurated on 30th May 2023 by Gourmoni Das in the presence of Tanuja Rane, Prof. Vishwanath Sable, Prakash Rajeshirke, Nilesh Kinkale, Apurva Nandi, Hansodnya Tambe, Smita Kinkale, Tathi Premchand.  

Vibing with the aura of a heritage aesthetic existence & the aspiration of a highly advanced future and the metamorphosis into that tomorrow, the Millenismal takes you back in time as much as it connects to the present. Curated by Artist and Art Curator Smita Kinkale, the exhibition tells stories from different walks of life, like a metre of a poetic expression sung by all together.

It is like getting lost in an artistic direction on a journey of discovering the elements we had left in the most sacred corners of our childhood memories. What makes this exhibition special is how the artists have created different versions of the same reality we all hold dearly within us, yet give us a way of exploring more with every artwork.

Belonging to the same time, yet coming from different places (geographic areas & cultures), the four artists enrich the exhibition by bringing together different journeys whose core essence perfectly syncs into one family sentiment of growing apart, yet together; connected by substantial values and an innovative future.

With four different forms of expression — printmaking, ceramics, painting, & sculpture — the four artists (Anupama Dey, Ashwathi Avinash, Bhaskarjyoti Gogoi, Dattaram Nerurkar) have created a multiverse of experiences that balance traditional design with a contemporary approach, thus creating the rhythm through various elements of design, without limiting mediums & forms.

Anupama Dey

She worships Printmaking by portraying her real-life experiences through diverse techniques and methods. Growing up in a rural setup in the countryside, coexisting finely with human life, her perspective of involving often forgotten portions makes her prints purely relatable. A house lizard smoothly merging with other everyday elements will bring a smile to your face, truly redefining coexistence where we take it for granted.

With the belief that learning is a lifelong journey of possibilities, her exposure to forms of performing arts like music & dance, adds rhythm to her style and form of work. The depth of thought is visible through the natural aesthetics analogous to time and space, today, yesterday & tomorrow, depicting the ever-relatable parts of living.

Ashwathi Avinash

Her passion for bringing sentient dimensions to the multitude of her childhood experiences brought her closer to expressing herself through ceramics. Belonging to a culture that appreciates the earthy existence of the joy of living, her childhood playthings form the essence of her inspiration to express time in its most innocent, yet charismatic way.

Her artworks spark an element of interest and you are in another world as much as you start feeling good about reality.

The baking techniques she uses, connect to the old days of simple living and the texture translates into telling a story of the past that is eternally relevant and special. Her love for the functional utility of art pieces makes them merge into the space they occupy along with establishing the distinct identity of their aesthetic experience.

Bhaskarjyoti Gogoi

Crafting three-dimensional details into the artwork, his paintings look like the pages of a life-size story book inviting you into his world of nature and emotions. Coming from regions that are blessed with a divine natural world, his work speaks through profound emotions, textures, and nature-inspired elements that stunningly capture your attention and you would get lost in his work for hours, and yet find it interesting every new day or at times, moment.

His brushstrokes create a symphony on the canvas. You can truly find yourself in the story, and at times as an observer appreciating the art with the overwhelming emotions, flowing in sync with the aesthetics.

Dattaram Nerurkar

Rooted in beauty and speaking stories of time & space that are eternally pertinent, his artworks are abstract sculptures crafted from naturally found materials like wood, stone, and metal. The geometry of shapes and forms take you to a world beyond your regular curiosity. The three-dimensional melody of the sculpture is a realisation that an emotion can be expressed through abstract forms of being and yet become relatable to the deepest possible context of existence.

Aged wood and the stones that hold a world in themselves speak of boundless emotions and become poetry in multi-dimensions. Intentional edges and cuts, and at times, burns, add elements of reality to his artworks, thus harmoniously mixing them in the space around them along with establishing their abstract existence with aesthetic expressions.


It’s about time & space, and it is about depth, experiences, and expressions. Millenismal is an odyssey of each of these artists independently & in conjunction with the depiction of the past, present, & future. The framework of their thoughts expressed through form, shape, texture, colour, and pattern manifests through distinct identities, yet materialising in one ecosystem celebrated as Millenismal.

It is like an interlude of music that gives us the breathing space to celebrate the time that is gone, is yet to be, and the time that we live in. It’s a reality that frees your imagination as much as it enchants it, making Millenismal – a melange of reminiscence & reality, and a little more.

From: 30th May to 5th June 2023


Art Exhibition


Anupama Dey, Ashwathi Avinash, Bhaskarjyoti Gogoi, Dattaram Nerurkar


Jehangir Art Gallery

Auditorium Hall

161-B, M.G. Road

Kala Ghoda, Mumbai 400 001

Timing: 11am to 7pm

Contact: +91 86553 04515, +91 83691 75655


MILLENISMAL Art Exhibition By 4 Contemporary In Jehangir

DIGNITY OF LOVE An Exhibition of Paintings by Well-known artist Shirish Mitbawkar in Jehangir

16th   to 22nd May 2023

“Dignity of Love”

An Exhibition of Paintings by

Well-known artist Shirish Mitbawkar


Jehangir Art Gallery

161-B, M.G. Road

Kala Ghoda, Mumbai 400 001

Timing: 11am to 7pm

Contact: +91 98201 13616

Dignity of Love 

A well known contemporary artist Shirish Mitbawkar will showcase his work in a solo art exhibition in hall no 1, Jehangir Art Gallery, M.G. Road, Kala Ghoda, Mumbai 400001 from 16th to 22nd May 2023 between 11 am to 7 pm. It will reveal his typical artistic perceptions about the dignity of love and its relevance / sanctity in the present materialistic world.

Shirish Mitbawkar had his art education upto G.D. (Arts) Drawing & Painting followed by Art Master’s diploma in which he stood 1st in order of merit in Maharashtra. Then he worked as Professor of fine arts in L.S. Raheja School of Arts, Bandra Mumbai from where he retired as a the head of department of the fine arts.  He has participated in several solo and group art shows in leading art galleries in Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, New Delhi etc as well as workshops and art camps at Kolhapur, Pune, Nasik, Mumbai etc. He is a proud recipient of many awards and prizes from prestigious promotional institution of national and international reputations.  He has received good public response and appreciations from the present art world for his presentations in these art galleries and his works are in collection of several art collectors and art promotional institutions. He has successfully handled several significant responsibilities and thereby rendered his yeoman services for the propagation of visual fine arts.

The present series highlights his artistic perception and innovative visual perspectives of the Dignity of Love” and their relevance / sanctity in the present era of modernism and neo standards of culture and heritage. Choosing Krishna as the main iconic muses and motifs for emotional affinity/attachment and sentimental rhythmic harmony of numerous feelings, he has aesthetically and artistically adorned his thematic works with the ethnic hues and ecstasy of eternal love between these omnipresent lover in his typical style of visual expressions. He has made optimum hues of several iconic motifs like Horses, bulls, conches, Lotus flowers, cows and calves, peacock feathers, flute, weapons like Gada and Chakra etc in apt arena and perspectives of his work to justify their relevance and sanctity in human life. His works are, in a way, the artistic ode to his conceptual perceptions and aesthetic standards of the visual glory eloquence, tranquility, eternal divinity and other related visual parameters of ecstasy and rhythmic harmony of the omnipresence of the divine love and its dignity.


DIGNITY OF LOVE An Exhibition of Paintings by Well-known artist Shirish Mitbawkar in Jehangir

The Spectrum Of Colours – Paintings And Sculptures Exhibition By 9 Contemporary Artists In Jehangir

From: 2nd to 8th May 2023

“The Spectrum of Colours”

 An Exhibition of Paintings & Sculptures

By Laxminarayan  Sharma, Mamta Sharma, Rupesh Patil, Kumar Gaikwad, Raju Autade, Kalpana Arya, Chetan Vaity, Makrand Joshi, Shreyas Khanvilkar.


Jehangir Art Gallery

Auditorium Hall

161-B, M.G.Road

Kala Ghoda, Mumbai 400 001

Timing: 11am to 7pm

Contact: +91 9594103078 / +91 9867693692  /  +91 9867693692

Spectrum of colours

A group of 9 contemporary talented artists are showing their latest paintings and sculptures in different mediums and styles in Jehangir Art Gallery, M.G. Road, Kala Ghoda, Mumbai 400 001 from 2nd to 8th May, 2023 between 11 am. To 7 pm

This show was  inaugurated on 2nd May 2023  by Sukanya Mone(Actress), in the presence of Mr. Sandeep Shukla(General Secretary Mumbai Congress),  Ankur Kakatkar(Director), Amir Tadwalkar(Actor), Suchitra Gosavi(Actress), Vishwanath Sable(Dean – Sir JJ School of Art), Nitin Jadia(Art Lover) and  others.

Laxminarayan Sharma – He works in realistic style and has specialised in landscapes and portrait paintings. He has been actively working since last 40 years in art field. He has participated in about 75 solo and group art exhibitions and achieved Guinness Book of World record participation award & received many awards for his presentations. His works illustrate glimpses of Indian culture and tribal life / culture.

Mamta Sharma – She is a contemporary creative artist. She had her art education in Raheja School of Arts, Mumbai and Sir J.J. School of Arts, Mumbai.  She is a proud recipient of  prestigious awards as well as achieved Guinness Book of World record participation award,

She has actively participated in about 50 solo and group art exhibitions.  She works in  style and has been obsessed by love for nature and musical instruments. Her works prominently display iconic motifs based on nature, vivid emotions in human mind and rhythm of music in an expressive style.

Rupesh Patil – He is a professional fine artist and has showcased his thematic works in several solo and group art exhibitions all over the globe. A proud recipient of many national and international awards including Prafulla Dahanukar national award, he has been obsessed by Indian Culture, heritage and beauty of nature. He has done several custom made artworks and specialises in water colours / pastels.  His works on Indian culture & religions have been widely applauded by the art world.

Kumar Gaikwad – His works reflect Indian culture and its heritage. He strives to capture the essence of Indian culture and traditions through his art.  His works denote bright colours having thematic peculiarity and white backgrounds. His works are indicative of attractive colours and stylized forms in the unique stylish expressions.

Raju Autade – He works in Acrylic colours which mostly reveal a disciplined use of dots and vivid geometrical shapes. His works depict typical stylish presentation of various realms of life in an expressive style marked by unique iconic motifs and their colourful hues.

 Kalpana Arya – Her works denote simplicity and memoirs of old walls, narrow lanes and by lanes in rural areas and lifestyle of the folk in that area. The works also depict the vignettes of vintage memories of her stay in that region. The works have a nostalgic visual perspective and denote apt colour combinations to suit the thematic peculiarity and relevance. Her cityscapes are very attractive and stylish.

Chetan Vaity – His sculptures in White marble showcase vivid realms of life in urban area and glimpses of historical traditions and heritage of Indian culture. His works e.g. Hourse and others indicate his thoughtful and innovative peculiarities to adorn the works with the desired visual effects in apt perspectives. His works are mostly the wonderful twists to the traditional forms as well as indicative of good craftsmanship.

Makarand Joshi – His works in Water colours are bright and attractive. They are stylish and innovative and indicate the keen observational ability and creative instincts prevalent in him.  The works have a totally different look having been adorned with the desired visual perspectives and parameters in apt arena. Good perspective and stylish presentation of the theme in an attractive form and perspective are the special features of the works.

 Shreyas Khanvilkar – His works reflect the subtle nuances of the experience in Navy and Kinetic arts in relevant perspectives of visual fine arts. It shows an artistic amalgamation of old traditional and modern versions and modules of Indian Art & Culture. His works emphasize various philosophical aspects and dynamism in life and their relevant norms on an emotional plane.


The Spectrum Of Colours – Paintings And Sculptures Exhibition By 9 Contemporary Artists In Jehangir

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