If you love art in any size, shape or form, Gargi Bansod suggests you head to Tao Art Gallery in Worli
To appreciate art of all sizes, head to the Tao Art Gallery. They are currently displaying, Small is Beautiful, an amalgamation of unique art pieces from various artists. Owner Kalpana Shah, says, “Indians have always gifted small gold or silver items. However, this show proves to be an alternative to that! These paintings are small and can be placed anywhere in your house, which is a benefit for any art enthusiast. The show was inspired by seeing a small yet very powerful work at the museum. Taking this theme forward, various artists have expressed their creative vision and created pieces that are no more than a maximum of 24 inches!” It’s a show to prove that art needs no size, shape or form to be appreciated.
Some of the renowned artists who will be displaying their works of art at the show include Arzan Khambhatta; famous for his sculptures made from scrap metal, Brinda Miller; known for her exquisite canvas paintings, Jaideep Mehrotra who pioneered the use of the digital art in the country and Lalitha Lajmi whose paintings are accredited for reflecting the hidden tensions between men and women. Paresh Maity who is famous for his rugged palette, Ravi Mandlik who paints unparallel landscapes and Samir Mondal who is dubbed ‘the watercolor man’ are also a part of this show.
You can purchase paintings from these highly coveted artists, without burning a big hole in your pockets.
When: Up to July 15; 11am to 7pm
Where: Tao Art Gallery, 165, The View, Dr A. B. Road, Worli
Contact: 24918585/ 8686