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NISARGRUPAM An Exhibition Of Paintings By Well-Known Artist Santosh B. Kardak In Nehru Centre Art Gallery...

From: 4th to 10th June 2024


An Exhibition of Paintings in Watercolour

By well-known artist Santosh B. Kardak


Nehru Centre Art Gallery

Dr. Annie Besant Road

Discovery of India Building

Worli, Mumbai 400 018

Timing: 11am to 7pm

Contact: +91 9730996919

This exhibition was inaugurated on 4th June 2024 by Hon. Guests Mr. Mahendra Nirlekar Saheb (Assistant Commissioner of Police, Thane City), Mr. Ashok Salve Sir (Principal), Mr. Sakharam Bhangare (Principal), Mr. Rahul Dabhat Saheb (Saipuja Cable Network), Mr. Jitendra Mistry Saheb (District President – Vishwakarma Association, Nashik), Mr. Kishor Bochare sir

“Capturing Nature’s Essence: The Nisargarupam Exhibition”

The “Nisargarupam” Painting Exhibition, featuring watercolor landscapes by artist Santosh Kardak , will be organized from June 4th to June 10th, 2024, at the Nehru Centre Art Gallery, Worli, Mumbai. While performing the duties of an art teacher, Santosh Kardak will bring the natural beauty of areas like Junnar to life on paper with the help of his brush. All these paintings will be enjoyed by art lovers at the exhibition.

Santosh Kardak is a professional artist with a lifelong passion for painting. He pursued his interest in painting from childhood and continued his artistic journey by obtaining a B.A. and subsequently, he pursued a Diploma, completing two years of ATD alongside. Under the mentorship of well-known artist Sanjay Sable, Kardak refined his skills in the intricate handling of watercolors. Later, during his tenure as an art teacher in Junnar, he adeptly captured the essence of nature using the challenging medium of watercolor. Kardak’s paintings are characterized by his ability to capture the simplicity of everyday subjects on paper in an artistic manner that brings the scene to life.

Upon relocating to the Akole area, Kardak found himself presented with an excellent opportunity for authentic landscape painting. The natural beauty of this region is truly remarkable, inspiring Kardak to create numerous landscape paintings depicting various subjects such as the waterfalls during the monsoons, overflowing paddy fields, and the valleys of Konkan.

In the face of rapidly changing times, nature is becoming increasingly distant from humanity. The relentless pace of urbanization threatens to erode the beauty of rural areas. In such circumstances, the “Nisargarupam” Exhibition offers a rare opportunity to experience the wonderful beauty of nature through art. It is an exhibition that should not be missed.


NISARGRUPAM An Exhibition Of Paintings By Well-Known Artist Santosh B. Kardak In Nehru Centre Art Gallery

Rabi Art Gallery Presents JEWEL OF MINES An Art Exhibition of Indian Masters in Jehangir...

From: 28th May to 3rd June 2024

Rabi Art Gallery Presents

”JEWEL OF MINES” Mumbai Edition

An Art Exhibition of Indian Masters


Jehangir Art Gallery

Auditorium Hall

161-B. M.G. Road,

Kala Ghoda, Mumbai 400 001

Timing: 11am to 7pm

Contact; +91 7001456263 / +91 9932348672 

Rabi Art Gallery, Shantiniketan, W.B. a name that is synonymous with quality and innovation in the Indian art scene, is all set to captivate art audiences in Mumbai and beyond with a remarkable art showcase at the Jehangir Art Gallery from 28th May to 3rd June, 2024. This exhibition, which brings together a diverse range of rare artworks by Indian masters ranging from pre-independence to contemporary, presents a great opportunity for collectors and audiences to witness the diversity and complexity of Indian art under one roof.

This show was inaugurated on 28th May 2024 by Padmashree Dr. Prakash Kothari  Art Collector in the presence of  Prabhakar Kolte Eminent Artist, Prashant Kashikar Managing Director at Mika Engineering India Pvt Ltd., Rtn Khuzem Sakharwala , Co Founder Rotary Club of Mumbai Bravehearts, Ajay Mehta Art Collector, Dr. Jayesh Dakre Nueo Sciencetist and Smart future Counselar, Mahendra Kalantri , Director Acclaim Systems India Pvt Ltd. 

Modern Indian art remains the proverbial jewel in the crown for art collectors, with a consistent demand for works by masters. However, finding rare and authentic works has always been a challenge. This exhibition is one such platform that has been curated by Sumanta Paul, the Honorary Advisor of Rabi Art Gallery, showcasing only genuine artworks that he has been meticulously collecting over the past 30 years. 

In honor of his late father and well-known artist Rabi Paul, Sumanta Paul founded the Rabi Art Gallery in Shantiniketan in 1996. Rabi Paul was a disciple of Ramkinker Baij and Nandalal Bose. He also worked closely with Satyajit Ray. As a visionary and advocate of Indian art, Sumanta planned multiple art shows around the county.  Over the years, Sumanta worked closely with several artists and continued to personally collect their works, building a sizable collection of authentic, rare and remarkable artworks. 

This exhibition offers a comprehensive look at two centuries of Indian art practices, encompassing significant trends, artistic interventions, media, and techniques. One can witness the watercolour, tempera, and gouache techniques of the Bengal School incorporated by artists like Ramkinkar Baij, Abanindranath Tagore, Gaganedranath Tagore, Nandlal Bose, Binode Behari Mukherjee, Chittaprosad Bhattacharya, Somnath Hore, Ganesh Pyne, Rabin Mondal, Jamini Roy, and Rabi Paul to the new media and expressions of modern masters and contemporaries like Rabin Mondal, Rabi Paul, Paritosh Sen Nirode Majumdar, Sunil Das, Prokash Karmarkar, Lalu Prasad Shaw, and K. Laxma Goud to veterans like Jogen Chowdhury, Samir Aich, Subrata Gangopadhyay, Sunil Padwal, T. Vaikuntham, and T.V. Santosh. 

India’s rich tapestry of spirituality, culture, and tradition has indeed been a wellspring of inspiration for artists throughout history. This exhibition encapsulates the complex artistic practices of Indian art, taking the viewers on a historical tour through the brilliant colours, and gripping narratives and interpretation in diverse mediums.


Rabi Art Gallery Presents  JEWEL OF MINES  An Art Exhibition of Indian Masters in Jehangir

EVERY PICTURE HAS A STORY An exhibition of Photographs by Kabeer Ramesh at Nitya Artists Centre...

From: 1st to 7th May 2024

Every Picture has a story…

A Solo Show of Photo Art

By Kabeer Ramesh


Nitya Artists Centre

103, 1st Floor, Siddhi Vinayak Grandeur

Opp Ravindra Natya Mandir, Sayani Road

Prabhadevi, Mumbai 400 028

Contact: +91 9920072573

This show was inaugurated on 1st May 2024 by the hands of Adv. Rajay Gaikwad  Honourable advocate at Mumbai Highcourt.

An exhibition of Photographs by Kabeer Ramesh

Photo artist Kabeer Ramesh offers yet another solo exhibition titled ‘Every Picture has a story…’, the previous being ‘Frozen in Time’, which was held at the prestigious Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai.  ‘Every Picture has a story…’,  exhibited at the ‘Nitya Artists Centre’, Prabhadevi, from 1st May, 2024 onwards, grapples with, as the title suggests, human endeavours/stories in diverse and vivid contexts; these are photo-stories of promises and perils of being human: the glories and triumphs memorialised in monuments are juxtaposed with toiling workers in busy bazaar streets of Kolkata; the symbols of towering human achievements – the world famous the Taj Mahal and London Bridge – co-habit with the unease of forlorn ruins of the dilapidated and discarded. Interestingly, the idea of loners is presented in creatively imagined forms – the ‘lone stone’ of Shillong relentlessly standing up to vagaries of waters, and the unending wait of birds in summer of Rajasthan. The trees presented in Kabeer Ramesh’s work too depict the diverse meaning universe: the erratic desires of the colonising human, and the falling humanity supported by dried branches of the uprooted. The exhibition also offers noteworthy studies in perspective – the broad-ways and the marvel of the Howrah bridge – what appears as meeting may be illusive, and what is near maybe far.  The monuments in Kabeer’s work present an enigma: the famous Notre Dame cathedral in Paris lost its glorious treasures to the leaps of fire; so is the photograph of statue outside the Buckingham Palace, glorious yet stoic.

Kabeer Ramesh’s photographic imagery thus represents the indomitable human spirit, and also cautions against the unreasonable, erratic human desire to colonize. Importantly his works show that all human boundaries, all boundaries, are illusive,  porous and imaginary. One could easily cross over the meaning universe and find multiple meanings through acts and ways of seeing and looking, in varied times and spaces. 


EVERY PICTURE HAS A STORY An exhibition of Photographs by Kabeer Ramesh at Nitya Artists Centre

Vachi Art Gallery Presents THE SOUL’S CANVAS Paintings Exhibition By 11 Eminent Artists...

From: 22nd to 28th April 2024

Vachi Art Gallery Presents

“The Soul’s Canvas”

Expressions of Inner Worlds”

An Exhibition of paintings by 11 eminent artists – Somenath Maity, Pradip Sarkar, Anand Panchal, Bhaskar Rao, Ganpati Hegde, Nilesh Nikam, Amol Pawar, Sukanta Das, Rahul Dangat, Paras Parmar, Arti Vohra.


Vachi Art Gallery

141-B, 1st Floor, Atria Mall

Dr. Annie Besant Road,

Worli, Mumbai 400 018

Timing: 11am to 7pm.

Contact: +91 9152011110 

Colourful realms of life

          A group art exhibition showcasing the works of 11 eminent artists has been presented by Vachi Art Gallery at 141-B, 1st Floor, Atria Mall, Dr. Annie Besant Road, Worli, Mumbai 400 018 from 22 to 28 April, 2024. It will be open for free public viewing there daily from 11 am. to 7 pm.

          The contemporary artists participating in this group art show are Somenath Maity, Pradip Sarkar, Anand Panchal, Bhaskar Rao, Ganpati Hegde, Nilesh Nikam, Amol Pawar, Sukanta Das, Rahul Dangat, Paras Parmar, Arti Vohra

          Various works will be presented in different mediums and techniques by the participating artists as per their thematic perceptions.

Nature occupies an important place in the conceptual paintings in this art show. It signifies various norms of Life in Nature and Gods in Nature in the pictorial forms as paintings. In a way, the vivid works to be displayed in this show will be focussed on Nature and its sanctity in life.

This show was inaugurated on 22nd April 2024 by Manjari Thanawala, Owner Chesterfield Furniture in the presence of Mahendra Kalantri, Director, Acclaim Systems India Pvt. Ltd. Rtn Khuzem Sakarwala, Co-founder Rotary Club of Mumbai Bravehearts, Mr. Prashant Kashikar, Managing Director, Mika Engineering Pvt. Ltd.

Vachi Art Gallery Presents THE SOUL’S CANVAS Paintings Exhibition By 11 Eminent Artists

DCP Expeditions To Exhibit Its Grand Annual Photography Exhibition 2024 I @ Bombay Art Society...

From: 19, 20, 21 April 2024

DCP Expeditions to exhibit its Grand Annual Photography Exhibition 2024

at Bombay Art Society, Bandra 


The Bombay Art Society

C. Marg, Bandra Reclamation,

Opp. Rang Sharda Hotel

Bandra(West), Mumbai 400 050

Timing: 11am to 7pm.

For more information, kindly check the website

For detailed information, kindly contact:

Dr Caesar Sengupta

DCP Expeditions, India’s one of the fastest growing Photography Training Academy will be exhibiting its 9thGrand Annual Photography Exhibition 2024, on 19th,20th and 21stApril 2024 from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm at Bombay Art Society situated at K. C. Marg, Bandra Reclamation, Bandra West, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400050.

DCP Expedition’s 9th Grand Annual Photography Exhibition was inaugurated at the Bombay Art Society, Bandra, Mumbai on 19th April at 12:00 noon. Renowned photography Guru, Technical Editor of Smart Photography, Mr Rohinton Mehta inaugurated the occasion with words of great appreciation for the quality of the work by nearing 100 photographers from across the country who are exhibiting their work in the exhibit. The exhibition is open for all till 21st April 2024.

The exhibition carries with it a legacy of almost a decade, exhibiting astonishing creative photography by hundreds of photographers from across the country and also, from beyond the country borders. The platform aims at providing the talented photographers an exposure to a wider audience. The imagery involves several genres of photography starting from wildlife, birds, macro, landscapes, astro to travel, streets and food photography.

A total of 200breath taking images by 100 plus professional as well as amateur wildlife, nature, travel and food photographers from across India and abroad, will be displayed in two galleries.Photographs printed on Epson enhanced Matt papers and beautifully mounted in frames will glorify the galleries of Bombay Art Society for three days. The previous exhibitions conducted in the bygone years had immense success with nearing 5000 footfalls over 3 days. This year, the exhibition is optimistically looking forward towards over 7500 footfalls.

This year the exhibition is supported by industry leaderslike Olympus India, Creative Newtech and PhotoStop by Honeycomb Creative Support Ltd.

For more information, kindly check the website

For detailed information, kindly contact:

Dr Caesar Sengupta


DCP Expeditions To Exhibit Its Grand Annual Photography Exhibition 2024 I @ Bombay Art Society

YELLOW CANVAS 2024- 4th Edition Of Group Art Exhibition Coordinated By Mr. Sohan Kumar Choudhary In Kamalnayan Bajaj Art Gallery...

From: 12th to 14th April 2024


A Children’s Art Exhibition 


Kamalnayan Bajaj Art Gallery

Bajaj Bhavan, Ground Floor,

226 Jamnalal Bajaj Marg

Nariman Point, Mumbai 400021

Timing: 11am to 7pm.

Contact: +91 9975781972

Yellow Canvas – Children’s Art Exhibition 2024

A non commercial group art exhibition showcasing the works of about 100 school children from preschool to 12th standard have been displayed at Kamalnayan Bajaj Art Gallery, Bajaj Bhavan, Nariman Point, Mumbai 400 021 from 12th to 14th April, 2024 between 11 am to 7 pm. This is the 4th edition of group art exhibitions coordinated by Mr. Sohan Kumar Choudhary who is himself an artist having passed B.F.A. from Sir J.J. Institute of Applied Art, Mumbai. This exhibition is the first of its kind to be held in Mumbai with a participation of about 100 students from Mumbai and other States of India, Singapore, USA, Israel, Germany, Netherland, U.K., U.A.E., Myanmar, Belgium, Hong Kong. Students are exhibiting artworks made in different mediums as in Acrylic, Charcoal, Pen & Ink, Mixed Media, Oil pastel, soft pastel & watercolour etc has been showcased in the exhibition and there will be free entry for this Art exhibition.

This show was inaugurated on 12th April 2024 by Honourable Guests Dolly Thakore –  Indian Theatre Actress, casting director and Media & Communication Personality, Mrs. Manju Lodha  – Chairperson Lodha Foundation, Poet, Philanthropist, Member of Censor Board & Vice President of Maharashtra Hindi Sahitya Akadami, Mr. S. P. Ahuja –  President- All INDIA Anti Terrorist Front Mumbai,  Dr. Soma Ghosh – Classical, Folk & Ghazal Singer, Recipient of the prestigious ‘Padma Shri ‘ Award in 2016, by Indian Government, Dr. Aneel Murarka –  Industrialist & Indian Philanthropist, Mr. Ashwin Bangera – National Promotion Head KOKUYO CAMLIN LTD., Mr. Sooraj Thapar – Actor, has done more than 700 theatre, about 25 TVCs, & more than 75 Television Serials,        Moni Kundu – Social media influencer, Meesha Gupta –  South Asian art consultant & Gallerist (London & Bombay),  Markand Soni –  Actor, Singer & song writer. Has done more than 300 TVCs, 6 Television shows & 3 Movies (Brahmastra – most recent), Varun Buddhadev – Actor, he has won The Best Child Actor Award From The Honourable President Of India For His Film Tulsidas Junior his 3 Films releasing In 2024, Delisha Chutani – Indian Child artist & kids influencer.

          Sohan Kumar Choudhary is the founder of Yellow Canvas which is a link between aspiring artists and their educator as well as the prospective art collectors. Sohan Kumar Choudhary conducts many art activities related to art such as Art Classes, Workshops, Art shows, Camps for all age groups etc. thereby promoting the artists to paint in various mediums and imaginations along with the introduction of Indian folk art such as Warli paintings, Madhubani paintings and Gond Art to connect overseas students/children with the nuances of Indian Culture & Art heritage as well as traditional Indian Art in order to encourage young talent.

The participating Students: Aaryansh Modi, Ariha Romin Mehta, Devam Modi, Hetvik Gupta, Ivaan Sancheti, Izyan Haseeb Musani, Tarushi Lodha, Armaana Lodha, Kabir Kurien, Luchkin Leonid, Anvay Shah, Raisha A. Gandhi, Reyansh Nanavaty, Ruhan Sancheti , Smera Sanghvi, Alishka Salecha, Amaira Jalak Desai, Annirudh Karkee, Kimaya Padhye, Partth Partik Jain, Savir Pavan Modi, Yug Ami Anand Pande, Aariv Sanghavi, Anaaya Deep Shah, Burhanuddin Mufaddal Umrethwala,  Hasan Khan, Kriday Garg, Mitansh Nilay Vakharia, Naevah Mehta, Anuriti Singh, Eva Kunal chandawalla, Mahee Kothari, Maishaa K. Patel, Mysha Manoj Jain, Riaana Shah, Satvik Subrotho Rana, Shanaya Kothari, Tanush Jani, Tashi Amit Gorwara, Aarav Jain, Aarya Viral Shah, Aum Desai, Dhyana Kothari, Nathanael Suganth, Nishi Bhavin Shah, Rianna Patel, Rishvika Ankit Solanki, Samaira P. Shah, Sanvi Ashish Khedekar, Shriya Mehta, Viraat Hingu, Vviyaa Ritesh Jain, Aalia Kacheria, Aarav Dave, Aditi Kothari, Ahaan Rishi Mantri, Aisha Kothari, Anaya Meghani, Dravya Vardhan, Kanishk Deshmukh, Nandini Ram Mohan, Nisreen Sanchawala, Swara Yogendra Kokate, Tarasha Tidke, Vivaan Shah, Vyom Goenka, Aamena  Lokhandwala, Anay Aadish Shah, Ayaana Agarwal, Daksh Hiral Jogani, Dhriti  Viral Dave, Dishita Sehgal, Havyn Ankit Parmar, Himnish Kashyap Mehta, Hufriya Cherag Italia, Kahaan Rathi, Owee Vinayak Hendre, Sanjana Viresh Valmiki, Vedika Dodia, Vivaan Siddharth Purav, Vritti Prem Avichal, Aarya Sharma, Dwisha Mehul Maniar, Natasha Kalpesh Rathod, Nithya Sharad Avhad, Nysha Pavan Modi, Riddhima Singh, Vedant Himanshu Ghela, Vyomi Rahul Mehta, Ananya Subrotho Rana, Manav Gorakh, Meghana Bhat, Pritika Shah, Taksh Gagan Kothari, Srisha Mota, Arman Saud, Maanya Parikh.


YELLOW CANVAS 2024- 4th Edition Of Group Art Exhibition Coordinated By Mr. Sohan Kumar Choudhary In Kamalnayan Bajaj Art Gallery