Calling all you art enthusiasts in town. We’re curating the best of art and photography exhibition in town, and they’re really unmissable. So whether you’re a connoisseur or a noob who doesn’t know your Dali from Monet, no matter. We’ve got you covered.

Signal & Still Life With A Curtain

While artist, Suchender P’s Signal is a narrative of global issues like migration, climate change and urban development, Tara Kelton uses her artworks {in Still Life With A Curtain} to explore how private environments and their inhabitants are influenced by modes of creation and circulation.

Where: GallerySKE, 2,Berlie Street, Langford Town

When: On till Saturday, November 12, 11am-7pm {closed on Sundays and Tuesdays}

Altered Surfaces

A city-based, self-taught artist, Andrew Paul is probably the youngest artist in the country to be featured in the Oxford Encyclopaedia of the Bible and the Arts {2015 edition}. Altered Surfaces is a collection of his paintings which include abstract strokes on different mediums like acrylic, canvas and wooden panels.

Where: Sublime Galleria, 8th floor, UB City

When: On till Thursday, October 20, 11am-8pm {closed on Sundays}

Beyond Horizons


As part of Gallery Sumukha’s 20th year celebrations, the gallery’s latest exhibition is an exclusive compilation of artworks by Paresh Maity {renowned artist and Padma Shri award winner}. Featuring paintings, sculptures and installations, portraying everything from landscapes to figures, the works on display depict the bold and elaborate style the artist is known for.

Where: Gallery Sumukha, 24, 10, BTS Bus Depot Rd, Vinayaka Nagar, KSRTC Colony, Wilson Garden

When: On till Saturday, November 12, 10am-6pm {closed on Saturdays and Sundays}

Roaring By Aakash Anand

Described as graphic, geometric and symmetrical, Aakash Anand’s {a computer engineering with experience in design and multimedia} artworks are mostly in shades of black, white and grey. Taking you to a dream-like world which portrays humans and monsters in different perspectives, the drawings are said to be reminiscent of the art deco movement in the 1920s.

Where: Alliance Francaise de Bangalore, 108, Thimmaiah Road, opposite UNI Building, Vasant Nagar

When: On till Tuesday, October 18; 9am-7pm

Kanu’s Gandhi

Photo source: Catch News

Photo source: Catch News

Curated by photographers, Prashant Panjiar and Sanjeev Saith, the exhibition gives you a peek into scenes from the life of Mahatma Gandhi. Displaying rare and intimate photographs of the leader, the images here are captured by Kanu Gandhi {his grand nephew and personal chronicler}.

Where: National Gallery of Modern Art, 49, Palace Road, Manikyavelu Mansion

When: On till Sunday, October 30, 10-5pm {closed on Mondays}

St. Kabir, Francis Of Assisi And Other Pregnant Birds

A solo exhibition by city-based artist, C F John, the paintings are part of a series that that portray his perceptions of two mystic saints – St. Kabir and Francis of Assisi. Depicting metaphors that implore the viewer to honour life, these artworks also delve into the concept of how everything is interconnected.

Where: Mahua Art Gallery, 4th Main Rd, Sadashiva Nagar

When: On till Wednesday, October 19, 11am-7pm


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