“Ashwamedh” by Max Streicher at Gallery Maskara; Courtesy Gallery Maskara
CNNgo: “Mumbai gallerists have shaken off the shackles of the 1980s and 1990s when galleries opened in garages and houses. They are taking risks and developing uniquely Mumbai spaces.
This needs to happen, in keeping with the place Indian art is taking on the world stage.
I say unique because Mumbai’s reworked spaces have retained their history while galvanizing the scene to show newer forms of art like installation and video.
Unlike in New Delhi, where it is difficult to tell one space from another, here each space has a distinct feel that reflects the gallerist’s vision and respects what the space was before.”
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The contemporary gallery spaces mentioned in the article include:
- Project 88
- Gallery Maskara
- Chemould Prescott Road
- Chatterjee & Lal
- The Guild
- Galerie Mirchandani + Steinruecke
- Sakshi Gallery