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Sant Savta Marg, Byculla
Mumbai, 400 027
Phone: (91) 22 23714891
Fax: (91) 22 23738884
Sant Savta Marg, Byculla, Mumbai, IN, 400 027
- Phone: (91) 22 23714891
- Fax: (91) 22 23738884
Arts & Museums
Founded in 2002, India Fine Art features sculpted art works and paintings by Indian artists from across the country. Art lovers and collectors can avail of original replicas through their online limited edition of famous Indian painters. These are autographed and categorized prints by the artists themselves, thus making it a valuable addition to your collection. Walk in to view the beautiful canvasses and sketches at this quaint gallery.
Art & Soul, situated in the heart of Mumbai, boasts of a fabulous collection of paintings. Both upcoming and established artists have displayed their works here. Buy one for your living room or just get inspired by them. Popular artists like Rabin Mondal, Abhay Gaekwad, Pradeep Chandra, Ajit Shevde A. H. Muller and Farhad Husain have showcased their works. The gallery also hosts a number of interesting exhibitions. To know about the forthcoming exhibitions, please call the gallery.
Established in November 1992, Nehru Centre Art Gallery at the Nehru Center has fast become the cultural hub of Mumbai. It aims to encourage and promote young artists and provide them a forum for exhibitions, lectures and workshops. The exhibitions are mainly works of fine art, including paintings, sculptures, etchings and photographs. Once a year, the Centre hold the Indian Master exhibition, where it collects the works of one Indian artist from all over the world and displays it to art aficionados. Besides regular exhibitions, the gallery organizes several art-related activities like Chatak (a monsoon show for young art students), contests for handicapped children, study camps, and screening of art films.
Having showcased the works of around 100 artists, the Gallery Art & Soul has gained recognition among art lovers.Located in the Worli suburb of Mumbai, it is committed to popularizing art among the masses and showcases contemporary art made by Indian artists. You can check out featured artists and more event information on the website.
Antarang-Sexual Health Information Art Gallery is Mumbai's version of a sex museum. Located in the middle of Kamathiputra (the sex district), Antarang-Sexual Health Information Art Gallery aims to educate people about sex. A Shiva Linga (Idol of God Shiva) greets you at the entrance, life-sized nudes depicting couples in embrace are everywhere. There are menstrual charts, sperm patterns, AIDS posters and condom-use tutorials. All the instructions and texts are in Hindi.
Located in the bustling suburb of Lower Parel, the Tulika Arts Gallery mainly showcases the works of young and up-and-coming artists so as to give them an audience and, perhaps, a following. However, the gallery also organizes exhibitions by some of the country's most famous and well-known artists as well. The gallery also holds workshops, seminars and other art-related events. Among the artists whose works have been showcased here are Ajay De, B.Nagesh Goud, and Akbar Padamsee. Please see the website or contact the gallery for more information.
SansTache Art Gallery is a division of Grovers Private Limited and has been on the Indian art circuit since the pre-independence era. It provides a platform to student artist and upcoming artist to showcase their talent. The work displayed here are sourced from the secondary market, as well as purchased from artist who display their creations here. The gallery seeks to widen your understanding about living in the current era through expanding your understanding of contemporary art. They encourage art in all its forms: sculpture, paintings, drawings, creations of fine art and contemporary art. To buy works of amateur artists at nominal prices visit this gallery.
Founded in 1872, the Bhau Daji Lad Museum has long been the predecessor to Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya (Prince of Wales Museum). Located in Veermata Jeejamata Udyan (Byculla Zoo), the museum was named after Victoria & Albert, and emerged largely as a result of the initiatives taken by one of Mumbai's revered freedom fighters, Dr. Bhau Daji Lad. The irony behind the renaming notwithstanding, the Bhau Daji Lad Museum echoed with history dating back to the British Raj in India, but had few visitors. Silver and copper ware, ivory models, old photographs, clay models, temples made of pith, interesting agricultural articles and other decorative pieces and figurines, reminiscent of various clans and communities, silently rest in peace. Owing to private enterprise initiatives and the Mumbai chapter of INTACH, the museum saw a face lift in 2007, restoring it to its old glory. It's about time more people walked off the beaten path and took notice of this hidden museum.
Cymroza Art Gallery has created an identity for itself in the art world as an important mediator between artists, viewers, buyers and collectors. Over the years, it has hosted numerous prestigious exhibits of established as well as new faces in painting, sculpture, ceramics, photography and printmaking. Every show of the gallery is a delight and is miles apart from the stereotypes that stagnant art brings with it.
Percept Art Gallery is a venture of Percept Limited and it opened its doors in 2011. It is a wonderful addition to the contemporary Indian art market as it features artists from all over the country and covers a vast range of artistic form such as sculptures, audio and video installations, paintings, photography and more. It is not only still objects or media files that is displayed here, but also performances which highlights the artist's expressive work. Collectors and enthusiasts will be drawn towards the gallery's unique appeal where art is not limited to a particular frame. Some of the artists represented are Prabhakar Kolte, Raman Adone, Shalaka Patil, Prabhakar Barve and Pragati Dalvi.
Residence of the iconic Mahatma Gandhi between 1917 and 1934, Mani Bhavan is tucked in one of the leafy bylanes around August Kranti Maidan. The house was converted to a museum in 1955 and is now a vast repository of Gandhian literature and philosophy. Tourist leaflets are available in all major European and Asian languages and photography is not permitted. The two storied Mani Bhavan has on display dioramas of the major events in Gandhi's life, a photo essay (stunning is the Second Round Table Conference image, where all eyes are turned to the camera, Gandhi is completely oblivious to it) and copies of letters written by the Mahatma (the note to Hitler is fascinating), exemplifying Gandhi's simplicity and humility. Nothing makes these traits more evident than his well preserved room, equipped with just the bare necessities and the symbolic spinning wheel (Charkha).
Set up in 1952, this museum is Mumbai's only community museum. It started out as a showcase for the odds and ends that Alpaiwalla, a Parsi bullion merchant, collected from around the world. This includes material from Parsi scholar Jamshed Unwalla's archaeological digs in Susa in Iran, an ancient astodan to store the bones of the dead, paintings of pre-Zorastrian myths and photos of famous Parsis.