Friday, 19 October 2018

PIN POSTER : 1st Nov 2018 Art Gate Gallery

Art Gate Gallery               
115, Jamshedji Tata Road, 1st Floor, Above Satyam Collection, Next to Eros Cinema, Churchgate, Mumbai, India 400020

Sunday, 7 October 2018

Exhibition Date : 13th to 19th November 2018 Time: 11am to 7pm Jehangir Art Gallery Auditorium Hall

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INVITATION:13th Nov-2018, 4pm.
HONEYCOMB
MUMBAI +DELHI + KOLKATA + GOA + RATANAGIRI
GROUP SHOW
You are invited for the grand opening of HONYCOMB, A group show by 9 Artists at Jehangir Art Gallery,
Tathi Premchand I Raj Bhandare I Santosh Kalbande I Nilesh Shilkar I Vinita Dasgupta I
Srabani Sarkar I Kumar Ranjan I Tushar Potdar I Vishal Pawar
13th November 2018 : Exhibition open at 4pm on
Exhibition Date : 13th to 19th November 2018 Time: 11am to 7pm
Jehangir Art Gallery Auditorium Hall
161B, Mahatma Gandhi Road, Kala Ghoda, Fort, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400001, India.

Datura — Shahid Datawala's second solo exhibition at TARQ.

It is with great pleasure that I write to you about our next exhibition Datura — Shahid Datawala's second solo exhibition at TARQ.

This exhibition continues to highlight Datawala’s preoccupations with light, nature and the everyday. Featuring images taken over the last several months in Mumbai and Paris, this series looks at flowers and plants not only as objects, but almost as separate characters in a story.

Please find attached the invite and press release for the show. It would be wonderful to have you join us for the preview which will be at TARQ on Thursday, October 11, 6.30 pm onward.

In case you need further information including images, please do not hesitate to get in touch with me. Looking forward to hearing from you soon, and if you're in town, I hope to see you at the preview!

Warm Regards,     
Lipika

Saturday, 16 June 2018

Art Gate Gallery- Mumbai115, Jamshedji Tata Road, 1st Floor, Above Satyam Collection, Next to Eros Cinema, Churchgate, Mumbai, India 400020

115, Jamshedji Tata Road, 1st Floor, Above Satyam Collection, Next to Eros Cinema, Churchgate, Mumbai, India 400020

Monday, 21 May 2018

PIN POSTER: Art Gate Gallery

 115, Jamshedji Tata Road, 1st Floor, Above Satyam Collection, Next to Eros Cinema, Churchgate, Mumbai, India 400020

Monday, 9 April 2018

Jehangir Nicholson Gallery, CSMVS on the 19th of April, 2018.



We are delighted to invite you to the preview of Songs from the Blood of the Weary (Dialogues of Peace), at the Jehangir Nicholson Gallery, CSMVS on the 19th of April, 2018. The exhibition features the work of Rekha Rodwittiya, and was originally created as part of an exhibition to commemorate fifty years of the United Nations in 1995. This is the first time the ‘painted room’ will be displayed at the JNAF, after it was acquired by Mr. Nicholson just a year after it was presented in Geneva. It represents one of the earliest installations by an Indian artist and is accompanied by 12 works from roughly the same period drawn from the collection of the artist and Sakshi Gallery.

Do join us on the 19th of April at 6 pm at the Jehangir Nicholson Gallery. Rekha Rodwittiya will release the catalogue, specially prepared to accompany the exhibition. Tea will be served at 5.30 pm.

Monday, 2 April 2018

PIN POSTER : PUNE


Maharashtra Cultural Centre
Sudarshan Hall Near Ahilyadevi Girls High School Above bank of Maharashtra Shaniwar Peth Branch 421/ 422 Shaniwar Peth, 
Pune-411030, Maharashtra, India

Virago ... solo show by Pradnya Khandgaonkar



Virago



वह तीर थी,
तलवार थी,
भालों और तोपों का वार थी,
फुफकार थी,
हुंकार थी,
शत्रु का संहार थी..
- Tribute to Rani Durgawati

Pradnya’s works are addressing the strength of women: man-like, a female warrior. ‘Heroine’ is the English word for Hindi वीरांगना (vīrāṅganā) or rather, a ‘Virago’. However, with time the meaning of Virago shifted towards negativity as fighting battles, wearing men's clothing, or receiving the tonsure was not considered as women’s prerogative. So, virago is used disparagingly, to imply that a woman was not as excellent or heroic, but was instead violating cultural norms.

खूब लड़ी मर्दानी, वह तो झाँसी वाली रानी थी


(Queen of Jhansi fought like Virago)

Yet, we appreciate Queen of Jhansi Rani Laxmibai, Gondwana Queen Durgavati, AwadhBegamHazarat Mahal, SavitribaiPhule, Sarojini Naidu, Indira Gandhi and so many.


Pradnya Khandgaonkar



It is surprising that Pradnya asked me to write for her catalogue. As a man, I find it challenging to think like a woman as her works provoke layered feminine angst. Although, by nature, men are masculine and has physical strength, with technical advancement it is the intellect that is considered real strength. In spite of it, there are millions of women abused by men who are still influenced with their false ego. It is in the hope of humanity that these tortured women survive and very often emerge stronger than men. As Pradnya says, “I feel women have strong personalities and should be portrayed as a blend of power and care.” The sheer ability to care for others is the source of power and greatness that needs to be recognised and depicted.


recent work by  Pradnya Khandgaonkar
In Pradnya’s paintings, the women sometimes wear naqaab, army uniform or they are nude, holding symbolic routine issues like abuse, fear, war, peace, erotism, love and our planet. The violence and abuse has a subtle and restrained quality in her works. Her rendering has a very delicate and detailed quality that evokes a quizzical experience in the viewer’s mind. The visuals are calm and meditative without direct propaganda but keeping the silent boldness of the rebelliousness towards the social oppression. It is obvious from the works that the artist looks at the subjects’ contexts analytically and turns to swim out of the vortex. Her ‘women’ give an unshakeable positive motivation to aspire and admire.

Rajesh Pullarwar
Artist / Curator

Saturday, 31 March 2018

My name is Ujjayani Nandi, Print maker as live on plant Earth


“I want to do so many things, and I know that I can but the only thing which I need is little bit support”. This is not only my verdict or thoughts but I think every woman have it in herself.
Ujjayani Nandi 

                   I Ujjayani Nandi artist from the North Eastern part of India, form a very last time try to present inner puzzle or hidden desires of a Woman. I completed my graduation and Masters from IKSVV Khairagarh. I believe in changes and for this I believe to break stereotypes and for it I consider my art as a most powerful medium.

          Being a lady with bold character… no doubt, I always make my way from no way, and try to express the suppressed feeling of women through my art work. Being an artist I always try to send progressive messages to the society so we can make a better world for everyone. I believe in freedom and of course women freedom, which is our dominant desire for a better world.



          Nature is a dominant think which attract my art forms, just imagine if it may possible that tree, birds, animals can express their feelings or the things which going with them then I truly think that it must be look like my work, which have all that natural form and textures. I draw what I feel. I always try to create those feelings which come out from the incidence which happen to me or a woman nearby to me. My issues are very minor, mostly not noticed by many people, for ex I grew up in my family with my younger brother in same love and care but still at certain point we experience the difference of low and high among us. Surely we didn’t face gender discrimination in an educated family like us, but still I feel it any how in many places, though I have equal rights as my brother.

I try to imply this view through my work, I am sure that it is not my pain but yes it is the bitter truth which I feel at many aspects of my life.



          “A lady is a perfect Home maker” actually this is the basic ideology of our society and somehow I also agree with it. A lady is actually a home maker doesn’t matter that she is a working woman or a house wife, she always have a responsibility of making, she was treated as a leader of this task but still she didn’t enjoyed the freedom of taking open decision in the making of her own vision. This thought always fascinated me and of course I feel it too many times which come as an imagination in my prints.

          Yes I can say, that my prints speak women’s emotions, my emotions and yes I just love to do it, because it gives a relief to my thunder  through which I can assure myself that, yes I express what I feel. It gives me such a strong feeling of expression which actually oxidized my nature of freedom.


by Pooja Upadhyay

All copyright by Art Blogazine / Tathi Premchand 




Friday, 23 March 2018

Pin Poster : Goa

International Center of Goa

After preview of Archival Dialogues in a colonial house belonging to the East-Indian Community at KhotachiWadi

Spaces and Traces
A Prequel to Embracing Modernity
Curated by
PronoyChakraborty
Artists
Aslam Md. | Deepak K. Agasthya  |Dipti Batlawala  | Lokesh Khodke | Mustafa Khanbhai | Shailesh BR  |  Shiva Gor  | Tehmeena Firdos  | Teja Gavankar  |  Urvi Sethna
Preview
Friday, 23rd March 2018, 6:00PM – 9:00PM

Show continues till- Tuesday, 3rd April 2018.

Timing- 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
              3:00 pm – 7:00 pm, Monday – Saturday
Venue: Kathiwada House, Westmore,  69 sir Pochkhanwala  Road,  Worli Mumbai-400069.

Curator’s Note

Priyasri Patodia & Sangita Kathiwada

After preview of Archival Dialogues in a colonial house belonging to the East-Indian Community at KhotachiWadi, this curatorial attempt seeks to activate yet another significant space in the history of Mumbai's colonial architecture. This residential bungalow formerly belonged to the eminent art-collector and Sheriff of Mumbai, Jehangir Nicholson; and was later purchased by Sangita Kathiwada, a fashionista widely known as an ardent lover and collector of art. The foyer of her bungalow built in an eclectic Art-Deco architectural style at Pochkhanawala, Worli will be the site for this exhibition, primarily of sculptures and installations.
The International Art-Deco style arrived in Mumbai in the 1930s because of colonial trade in the volatile years between the World Wars, fusing with variants of the Indo-Saracenic style. Art-deco drew heavily from the visual vocabulary of Cubism, yet in Mumbai, blended with pre-existing elements and motifs. Second only to Miami, Mumbai has the largest number of art-deco buildings- ranging from the earliest public theatres to bungalows owned by influential individuals of the time. The style marked the beginning of the modernist phase of Mumbai’s urban development, soon to be taken over by high-rises and sky-scrapers bordering the coastline.

Private collections of art have played a huge role in determining the writing and reading of art-history. A collector’s taste and zeal of acquisition of a specific genre, or an artist, can formulate dialectical critical discourses centered on the notions of style and mannerism. Jehangir Nicholson was one such pre-eminent collector in Mumbai from 1967 till his death in 2001. Likewise, the Kathiwada royal family had always been a keen patron of artists, N.S. Bendre for instance used to be good friends with the family and had done over a dozen of paintings while staying with them.



In response to the historical importance of the site- its affiliation to two influential art collectors in Mumbai, and the architectural style of the bungalow; the selected artists were requested to give one or two sculptures/installations culling from their distinct oeuvre for the Preview to happen in March 2018. This show is a prequel to a holistic larger exhibition, including the interiors and the terrace of the same bungalow, featuring quintessential contemporary Indian artists working across a wide range of mediums and formats.
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P R I Y A S R I  A R T G A L L E R Y
42 Madhuli
4th Floor
Shiv Sagar Estate
Next to Poonam Chamber
Dr Annie Besant Road
Worli
Mumbai 400018

Tuesday, 13 March 2018

Talk : Prashant Hirlekar at Art Gate Gallery


 Art Gate Gallery, Mumbai
All Art lovers are most invited on 7th to 13th March 2018
at the Inauguration Ceremony of Amazing Recent Group show Artworks at Art Gate Gallery,

More details please all +91 9820141532
 Churchgate Mumbai
Art Gate Gallery

115, Jamshedji Tata Road, 1st Floor, Above Satyam Collection, Next to Eros Cinema, Churchgate, Mumbai, India 400020


Artist Friends- Vedio Release by Art Gate Gallery


Artist friends' group show at Art Gate has eclectic work from various precinct of art, from etching prints to  installation are on the view. Pallavi Pawaskar is inspired from furniture pieces with pastel shades and achieved highly evolved texture from zink plate, wood cut and corex. jyoti Puri 's  figurative drawings and sketches of    folks  around us, freezing them deftly   in their  activities..Done with  Charcoal and soft Pastels  in various shades of browns and indigo on textured paper. Praful Sasane's acrylic shows nature with existence of human being he is fascinated with peeple leaf, Mahesh Kamble's pen and ink work has cubistic planes with solid black patches and textural lines drifting viewer's attention from figures to unknown artistic realm. Ashok Hinge's semi abstract work has creatively evolved from a punctuation mark 'comma' with minimalistic use of colours. Shailesh Patne has created sculptures from scrap material. he has beautifully depicted memories from village life. Nitin Vinchure has large abstract with watercolour, his modernistic composition shows his colourist nature and finally Prashant Hirlekar's innovative  installations on the theme of 'Void' shows abstract and modernistic mode of artist at his best. They are 'Artist Friends' indeed in true sense with an original vision of their work.


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EXHIBITION &  SALE at Art Gate Gallery, Mumbai
All Art lovers are most invited on 7th to 13th March 2018
at the Inauguration Ceremony of Amazing Recent Group show Artworks at Art Gate Gallery,

More details please all +91 9820141532
 Churchgate Mumbai
Art Gate Gallery

115, Jamshedji Tata Road, 1st Floor, Above Satyam Collection, Next to Eros Cinema, Churchgate, Mumbai, India 400020

Sunday, 11 March 2018

NGMA MUMBAI



Manu Parekh is known for use of animals, which correspond to times of violence,
where animal head approaches a plant, that may be devoured or he
superimposes these heads onto portraits that resemble humans with great affinity
and despise. In his early watercolours, simple lines symbolise abstracted faces
and these flower studies are similar to portrait studies, often resembling humans.
Parekh is credited with several group exhibitions and solo shows in India and
abroad including his exhibitions at the NGMA New Delhi, Smithsonian Institution,
Washington DC, Bose Pacia Modern in New York, ARKS Gallery in London
among others.

I take this opportunity to thank Mr Adwaita Gadanayak, DG, NGMA and would
like to congratulate the artist Mr Manu Parekh and Ms Tarana Khubchandani of
Art and Soul for presenting this exhibition at the NGMA, Mumbai. I also take this
opportunity to thank Mr Suhas Bahulkar, Chairman and Ms Brinda Miller, Dr.
Manisha Patil, Shri Bharat Tripathi, Shri Bhagwan Rampure, Shri Hemant Medhi,
Shri Sandesh Bhandare, Shri Vikas Shinde, the members of the Advisory
Committee of NGMA, Mumbai for their guidance and support for all that we do at
the NGMA, Mumbai. Our thanks are due to the Ministry of Culture, Government
of India for their continued support. I would also like to thank all my colleagues at
the NGMA, Mumbai particularly, Mr M. Shankar, Keeper, Mr G. J. D’Souza,
Assistant Director (Administration & Finance), Ms Shruti Das, Dy. Curator and all
other staff for their extraordinary support in making this exhibition possible.

Shivaprasad Khened

Director – NGMA, Mumbai

Friday, 2 March 2018

Book Art workshop at Art Gate Gallery, More details please all +91 9820141532


Artist friends' group show at Art Gate has eclectic work from various precinct of art, from etching prints to  installation are on the view. Pallavi Pawaskar is inspired from furniture pieces with pastel shades and achieved highly evolved texture from zink plate, wood cut and corex. jyoti Puri 's  figurative drawings and sketches of    folks  around us, freezing them deftly   in their  activities..Done with  Charcoal and soft Pastels  in various shades of browns and indigo on textured paper. Praful Sasane's acrylic shows nature with existence of human being he is fascinated with peeple leaf, Mahesh Kamble's pen and ink work has cubistic planes with solid black patches and textural lines drifting viewer's attention from figures to unknown artistic realm. Ashok Hinge's semi abstract work has creatively evolved from a punctuation mark 'comma' with minimalistic use of colours. Shailesh Patne has created sculptures from scrap material. he has beautifully depicted memories from village life. Nitin Vinchure has large abstract with watercolour, his modernistic composition shows his colourist nature and finally Prashant Hirlekar's innovative  installations on the theme of 'Void' shows abstract and modernistic mode of artist at his best. They are 'Artist Friends' indeed in true sense with an original vision of their work.


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EXHIBITION &  SALE at Art Gate Gallery, Mumbai
All Art lovers are most invited on 7th to 13th March 2018
at the Inauguration Ceremony of Amazing Recent Group show Artworks at Art Gate Gallery,

More details please all +91 9820141532
 Churchgate Mumbai
Art Gate Gallery

115, Jamshedji Tata Road, 1st Floor, Above Satyam Collection, Next to Eros Cinema, Churchgate, Mumbai, India 400020

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Tuesday, 27 February 2018

Art toon : Sreedevi : RIP #sreedevi

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Friday, 23 February 2018

Pin Poster:Mumbai :Art Gate Gallery : Art Workshop @ Churchgate


EXHIBITION &  SALE at Art Gate Gallery, Mumbai
All Art lovers are most invited on 7th to 13th March 2018
at the Inauguration Ceremony of Amazing Recent Group show Artworks at Art Gate Gallery, More details please all +91 9820141532
 Churchgate Mumbai

Art Gate Gallery


115, Jamshedji Tata Road, 1st Floor, Above Satyam Collection, Next to Eros Cinema, Churchgate, Mumbai, India 400020

NGMA Mumbai :“I have been a photographer longer than I have been a doctor”

About Dr. Debal Sen:



​Dr. Debal Sen's ​photography defies the urbane world of Kolkata where he resides and is a practicing cardiologist. It is difficult to imagine this cardiologist of such great repute be able to divide his time equally between the two critical aspects of his life: life-saving through health giving, for which he yields his medical skills; and life-saving through Nature-worship for which he wields his camera.

​In spite of his considerable fame as a cardiologist, Dr Sen avers: ​

“I have been a photographer longer than I have been a doctor”



His journeys across the country's wilds from coast to coast and mountains to plains stand testament in to his prolific creations: photographs that look like paintings. 

Partnered with the Museum's current exhibition: "Nature Embedded - a Design Technology Experience,"  Dr Sen's photography as one of fifteen different medias at the Museum, also finds itself intervening with Augmented Reality (AR) to reveal an additional layer of visual imagery.  

In the words of the author of these photographs, Dr Debal Sen:
“The images presented here were garnered over a period of three decades. They took me from the high altitude lakes of Ladakh, to the glacial rivers of the high Himalayas, onto the lakes, rivers and wetlands of the baking plains of central India, across the puddles and pools of the great mangrove swamps of Orissa, West Bengal and the Andaman Islands, to culminate in the varied coastlines of the subcontinent”
And then summing up his experience of water as the subject through the idiom of shoreline, the author concludes:
“These shores extend from the edge of a dewdrop to the edge of the sea – between music and silence, between color and white”.

The words are reminiscent of the photography of Ansel Adams who viewed life through the lens of Nature, choosing to see it unfiltered as the great wilds of the outdoors, with a protestant spirit that only Nature could wield.

No wonder then, to experience these images, in the words of the poet Corbin, is to “browse in the archives of the Earth.”

Thursday, 22 February 2018

Invest in Young Artist Artworks : Churudatt Pande suggestion by Art Blogazine

Whimsixal Laddie
Acrylic on canvas, Size 24x36 in

Rs: 34,000/-

Now Available at :Art Gate Gallery, Churchgate

Date:24th Feb 2018

Sunday, 18 February 2018

PIN POSTER: Jehangir Art Gallery 20-26 Feb 2018

The Jehangir Art Gallery is an art gallery in Mumbai. It was founded by Sir Cowasji Jehangir at the urging of K. K. Hebbar and Homi Bhabha. It was built in 1952.
Address: 161B, Mahatma Gandhi Road, Kala Ghoda, Fort, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400001

(image by Tathi Premchand)

Posthumous Solo Show of Late Pradeep Nerurkar, 20th Jehangir Art Gallery


When a painter leaves this world for ever we remember him through his paintings and his ideas, his habits, his choices, his views about his own life as well as others'. His dedication towards his work and his passionate approach towards the life and other things he loved. As a human being he helped others too to live their way. Because he never defer his own life from others. His personal relations with his family, friends and rest of the people amongst whom he lived were co-ordinal. As a painter and at the same time a part of the society he had a very sensitive yet sensible approach towards living. For him everything was a part of his world of painting.
Artist: Pradeep Nerurkar
file photo copyright artblogazine/tathipremchand)

He never treated artistic work as special or separate or special kind of activity. It was for him a day to day breathing. His sense of personal and social life had immerged out of his social and humble behaviour. Therefore those whom he left behind are living their lives with all the memories and stories. These memories will always create the presence out of unseen presence of the beloved painter­Pradeep. They think that he has entered into their body, mind and soul along with his paintings to take care of them.

Pradeep Nerurkar has shown his unique presence as a highly innovative painter quite late in his career but the impact of his innovation has shocked his fellow­artists and the connoisseurs alike. His approach towards his work had been always experimental as he used to tell us that he wanted to invent a medium that would reflect his most delicate sense of expression. He developed a technique with a paper pulp soaked in water on which he would work with his hands loaded with colours and a mind impatient to pour out the unknown patches of space and some hidden wounds peeping out on the edges and some lost themselves to reveal their new existence. And finally he would looked into the coloured surface to see his identity, his silent poetry evaporated from the surface leaving behind the marks of her existence on the edge of the visual periphery in an evangelic way.

The works being shown in the present exhibition are from his several works he has left behind. They were built sensitively by him with utmost care, delicacy and the ingredients produced with long research and experiments. Each of them reflects the hard work, his emotional involvement and evocative urge with utmost spiritual feeling.

He left behind very sensitive and sensible works for us to cherish. Wherever he is, I am sure; he must be living without body but with spiritual colours on his fingers and passionate ideas in his eyes.
Long live his remembrance.


















Prabhakar Kolte
Mumbai, 13th January 2018


(image google)

Saturday, 17 February 2018

Art Gate Gallery Mumbai

EXHIBITION &  SALE at Art Gate Gallery, Mumbai
All Art lovers are most invited on 18th to 24th 2018
at the Inauguration Ceremony of Amazing Recent Group show Artworks at Art Gate Gallery, More details please all +91 9768188632
 Churchgate Mumbai
Art Gate Gallery


115, Jamshedji Tata Road, 1st Floor, Above Satyam Collection, Next to Eros Cinema, Churchgate, Mumbai, India 400020


Thursday, 15 February 2018

Pradeep Nerurkar : Solo show

Jehangir Art Gallery
Mahatma Gandhi Road, Kala Ghoda, Fort, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400001

Friday, 9 February 2018

Boon Hui (Vice President Asia Society ). Kochi Biennale Foundation


(image facebook/bk)
Boon Hui (Vice President Asia Society ).
Kochi Biennale Foundation received Asia Arts Game Changers Award in New Delhi

Wednesday, 31 January 2018

NGMA Mumbai

Sir Cowasji Jahangir Public Hall, M G Road, Fort, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400032

Sunday, 28 January 2018

According to the statistics in India there are 29 states to represent 1.25 billion people

 ARTIST  STATEMENT

India is a multiverse land, where art and culture resemble its diversity and ethnicity. Art has been pre-eminent throughout the array and has been explored holistically by all forms of life. I believe the world is full of insightful creations waiting to be explored and so is mankind which is indeed a wonderful creation of the almighty. I represent the entire 1.25 billion population of the country in a unique form of art. My work is an attempt to express myself and socio- cultural status of our society. Though the educational system we receive knowledge to enrich ourselves to transform into a better human being.
According to the statistics in India there are 29 states to represent 1.25 billion people. With this wide range of population of our country human being has been divided into categories too. 

My art represents the dysfunctionality of the society. The society where we have a static learning processes, and through that systematic process each of us is judged and categorised.  The representation may be anything that describes the identity of the state in the country. This may include my self-portrait, public figure, the animal, spoken language, or even a famous artist.
The reparation which is constantly scene in my work is not only focusing on the numerical table but also the rhythm and harmony of life. My major response to everything around and the interaction with the non-living objects is the metaphor of my art.

In order to motivate and bring awareness to people, I wish to create art in which the ethnicity of the state will be carried thus depicting the importance of the education and the significance of it in saving a human life.                                                                                                                                        
- Jignesh makwana

EXHIBITION &  SALE at Art Gate Gallery, Mumbai
All Art lovers are most invited on 25th Jan 2018
at the Inauguration Ceremony of Amazing Recent solo show Artworks at Art Gate Gallery, Churchgate Mumbai
25th Jan 6:30 to 8pm
25th Jan to 31th Jan 2018, time : 12am(afternoon to 8pm night)

 

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