CONTEMPORARY ART SPACE, KALA GHODA, MUMBAI

EVENTS & EXHIBITS

Ganga-Jamuni Tehzeeb

by Aaran Patel
Photography

Ganga-Jamuni Tehzeeb focuses on the syncretism that is so distinctive and unique to the subcontinent, especially through the architecture of monuments and places of worship that attract people from a range of backgrounds.

Trespassing

by Surabhi Chowdhary
Art

Trespassing is a reflective portrayal of social and cultural milieu – a cathartic process in development. Initially it emerged as a result of mark making and later used as a coping mechanism to avoid stressful situations.

Unveiled

by Ashwin Chacko
Art

Unveiled is a show that delves into a deep introspection of self.

Questioning how we look at ourselves and how we relate to society. Examining love, marriage, social obligation and ones own identity.

It seeks to demonstrate our need for balance across all spheres of influence from personal to social.

oblivious

by Linesh Desai
Photography

Shot in may 2018, “oblivious” as a series is a form based exploration of that period of time. Comprising of detail-oriented images of people from the city it gives the viewer some insight into their lives and cultures, yet leaves a lot of other things open to interpretation.

Death & Taxes

by Maya Varadaraj
Art

“In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes” – Benjamin Franklin.

Assuming this statement is the truth, the work explores the uncertainty in between these two actions. The work, still in process, uses a formulaic method of exploration; if this then what?

dear melancholy

by Parizad D
Photography

A collection of musings and memories from a surreal passage of time, “dear melancholy,” is a transient body of work, meant to adapt shape and structure to whatever vessel it is placed in.

Shirtless

by Randolph Correia
Art

These works stemmed out of collages that Randolph was making to digitize and then finish using various image manipulators. This series of works were distrupted when Randolph ran out of canvas and his printer book. Randolph’s works often include elements of music and sexuality. They complete his artistic expression on many levels and brings closer, my relationship with art, simply colour sometimes and sometimes the universe.

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