Mumbai Gallery Weekend 2017 took place over three days, from 20th – 22nd January including a range of events for everyone – including exhibitions, walkthroughs, lecture and panel discussions. The host galleries – Chatterjee & Lal, Chemould Prescott Road, Galerie Mirchandani + Steinruecke, Lakeeren Gallery, Project 88, Sakshi Gallery, Akara Art and Tarq – serve as the setting against which a program of additional events have been planned. Artists’ mounting solo exhibitions include the anonymous Princess Pea at Sakshi Gallery, Tanmoy Samanta at Tarq, Goutam Ghosh at Project 88, Sonia Khurana at Chemould, Gieve Patel at Galerie Mirchandani+Steinruecke and Kausik Mukopadhyay at Chatterjee and Lal. The galleries hosted openings at their respective locations on the opening night, subsequently followed by walkthroughs for the rest of the weekend where artists or curators themselves lead groups through their exhibitions. The collateral events and institutions are also open across all venues in Mumbai from Colaba to Bandra. The primary purpose of the weekend is to offer a platform to bring together avid art appreciators, while providing the larger public greater exposure to contemporary art.


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