11 October - 18 October
We are delighted to present Datura—Shahid Datawala’s second solo exhibition at TARQ. Following his last exhibition, Remains of the Day presented in 2017, this exhibition continues to highlight Datawala’s preoccupations with light, nature and the everyday.
23 August - 29 September
We are delighted to present Fire Continuum—Ronny Sen’s second solo exhibitionat TARQ. Following his last exhibition in Mumbai, New World Chronicles of an Old World Colour presented in 2016, this exhibition continues to highlight Sen’s photographic engagement with the contemporary landscape.
Waste Land | Curated by Birgid Uccia
07 June - 04 August
The exhibition Waste Land is part of the biennial public diplomacy campaign “70 Years of Swiss-Indian Friendship: Connecting Minds – Inspiring the Future” of the Consulate General of Switzerland in Mumbai. Aiming to reinforce this friendship, the exhibition connects creative minds from fields as diverse as contemporary Indian art and Swiss waste management and technology.
Spring in the Wintertime
10 May - 31 May
TASVEER, in association with Dauble, launches its twelfth season with Spring in the Winter Time by Dutch photographer, Bas Meeuws. This exhibition presents a selection of 43 photographs, bringing together new and previously unseen Indian work produced in conversation with Tasveer, along with a selection of Meeuws’ early floral still lifes inspired by the Dutch Golden Age tradition of ‘flower painting’.
A Man of the Crowd
15 March - 26 April
A Man of the Crowd is Sameer Kulavoor’s first solo exhibition at TARQ. The show, which gets its title from a short story by Edgar Allan Poe, consists of a body of work that underscores the artist’s broad practice that brings together art and design. Kulavoor’s unique observations of urban spaces and his depictions of the diverse characters that inhabit these spaces, define the visual vocabulary of this exhibition.
An Unquiet Mind
31 January - 08 March
An Unquiet Mind is Youdhisthir Maharjan’s first solo exhibition, at TARQ. As a part of Mumbai Gallery Weekend 2018, the exhibition brings together a body of work that underscores the artist’s meticulous practice that explores the materiality of text.
Where the water takes us
01 December - 13 January
Rithika Merchant’s first solo exhibition at TARQ brings together a body of work that explores issues of migration, displacement and belonging through the idiom of epics and myths. Working primarily with the mediums of gouache and ink on paper, Rithika creates elaborate and poetic mosaics of myths that seek to thread together a plethora of histories across time and space.