Memory, Fantasy and More at Sakshi Gallery
Pop art to installation, digital prints to artist books – group shows are always a mix of the creative and unusual. Mumbai’s Sakshi Gallery, in its latest show, brings together a selection of artworks that illustrate themes of memory, nostalgia, fantasy and tradition. From Anirban Mitra’s acrylic creations that are as colourful as they come, to Waswo X. Waswo’s digital photographs in sepia, the art includes a variety of techniques and traits. Also a part of the exhibition are works by Arunkumar HG, Chintan Upadhyay, Dhruva Mistry, Julian Opie, Lee Hayan, Lekha Washington, Manjunath Kamath, Princess Pea, Raqib Shaw, Tayeba Begum Lipi, Valay Shende and Vivek Vilasini.
The group show is on display at Sakshi Gallery, Mumbai (6/19, 2nd Floor, Grants Building, Near Radio Club, Colaba) until December 2, 2015.
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