When it comes to marriage, men win and women lose, and women are starting to realise it. Smish’s new body of work is a celebration of this ‘coming of age’ (…pun not intended!) as well as a direct condemnation of the various ways in which women are disadvantaged within wedlock.
For the first time, the artwork of India’s most infamous street artist, Tyler, will grace gallery walls. Tyler’s pieces, all created on found objects off the street, further his signature stencil art style with characters and situations that humorously reflect on various political, social, gender and caste based structures.
2020 was the year like no other. It’s been almost impossible to keep up with the news, and every sharp turn that’s happened, whether it be on an international, national, or personal level. As the new year is upon us, there are still many question marks as to what is to come, what will happen next.
Method Kala Ghoda reopens with a series of painted drawings by Meghna Patpatia that are a reflection of inhabitants on earth synergising and aligning to a notion of being still- an adaptation, alteration to a way of being.