Art Galleries in Mumbai

  • The Chemould Prescott Road

    Theres an interesting piece of history associated with the Pundole, Chemould and Jehangir trio that we spoke about. Chemould and Pundole opened the same year, and Jehangir Nicholson was a buyer from both the galleries. Had it not been for this lasting network, the art world might not have had such greats as FN Souza,...

  • QTube Cafe

    Walls of glass and art surround a pile of board games, colorful shelves of books, and slumped bean bags at QTube Cafe. The little coffee shop just opened in Bandra,  and you can walk in and leave after hours, without paying a rupee.   Definitely ranking number one in Mumbai’s list of unique cafes, QTube...

  • Jehangir Art Gallery

    That Mumbai is the hub of creative talent in India is not debatable. Jehangir art Gallery, one of Indias foremost contemporary art galleries, cements the citys numero uno position even further. Founded in 1952 to commemorate Sir Cowasji Jehangirs late son, it has emerged as a hotspot for tourists exploring the city. State of the...

  • Pundole Art Gallery

    Established in 1963, Pundole is among the oldest art galleries in Mumbai. For more than four decades, Pundole has been dedicated to not only promoting artists, but also art in general, with its retrospectives, publications and art education. Kali Pundole, known for his business acumen, founded the space which was inherited by his son Dadiba...

  • Tao Art Gallery

    With an exhibition space divided into  two galleries, the Window Gallery and the Atrium Gallery, the Tao Art Gallery is one of the best art galleries in Mumbai. It is owned by curator, collector and self-taught artist Kalpana Shah. On the tenth anniversary of the gallery, she said in an  interview to DNA India, that...

  • Project 88

    Project 88, founded in April 2006 is located in a renovated century-old metal printing press. The gallery has gained international attention within a short time and many of its artists are featured in major collections, biennales and museum shows. A metal printing press converted into a 4000 sq. ft. space to showcase the best in...

  • Project MAD

    Ever thought that painting could be used as a weapon for social action? Greetings from team Project MAD (Murals and Doodles) who believe in using colours as a call for action! Raashi Raghunaths Project MAD is on a painting spree to beautify the dull and slimy walls across the city, not solely to promote community...

  • Akara Art Gallery

    Located just a stones throw away from the iconic Gateway of India, Akara Art gallery is the brand new addition toColabas already impressive list. It was inaugurated on February 25 with theexhibition ‘Mysteries of the Organism’ curated byart writer Girish Shahane and drew from not only the gallery’s own inventory but private collectors as well....

  • Bombay Drawing Room

    Unless you are the handsome and lonely Javier Bardem from Vicky Cristina Barcelona, enjoying art needs company, a certain amount of camaraderie. The MF Husains of the world might wield the brush in solitude, but for lesser mortals like us, there is no substitute to discussing and deliberating your work and your peers. This is...