Urban, Street & Contemporary Art by emerging artists from around the world.

UPCOMING EXHIBIT //

Handle With Care by Yaazd Contractor

With “Handle With Care” Yaazd Contractor, contrasts the relationships between a variety of architectural materials and objects - cinder and glass, mass produced prefabricated steel parts and the in-danger-of-extinction art of cold cathode neon, the long yet ethereal duration of digital images and the quick withering of flowers, etc…

 

Show Dates : 8th December 2022 - 3rd January 2023

Show Location : Method Kala Ghoda

CURRENT EXHIBITS //

the egg comes first by Smita Sahu

With her recent works, Smita Sahu deconstruct and deflects. She permits the paint to move and coalesce without meaning, without thought. Does meaning have to precede every creation? Or can a creation come before its meaning reveals itself?

Now on view at Method Bandra

Happy In the Hippocampus by Rohan Joglekar

Method is delighted to present 'Happy In The Hippocampus' by Rohan Joglekar at Method Kala Ghoda, opening on Thursday, November 10th. The body of work departs from our waking reality, foraying into surreal dreamscapes.

Known for his surrealism, Joglekar dances between acceptable reality and make believe. His works, characterised by figures and peculiarity, serve to rekindle an appreciation for unbound childhood wonder, awe, and bewilderment. While some of his pieces edge towards the disturbing, the fantastical use of color plays with the mind, making the notably bizarre a source of pleasure.

Now on view at Method Kala Ghoda.

PAST EXHIBITIONS //

A Small Part Of The Big Picture

The Webb telescope photos affirmed what we already knew: we are miniscule beyond miniscule in 2022’s largest picture of things. In the vastness of existence against the history and future of time, we are utterly insignificant. Yet, we are but a blip in this wide expanse. Each momentary choice of community, solitude, building up, tearing down, action and inaction, contributes to the pushing forth or deterioration of society, perhaps even of a universe. Yet, it also doesn’t; not really. This group show reflects upon the beauty and pain, the burden and joy, of being a small part of such a big picture in our lineage, societies, and beyond.

Artists: Anuradha Bhaumick, Koyal Raheja, Shivani Vyas, Shreya Parasrampuria, Tushar Kanoi.

Now on display at Method Bandra.

Hello World by Sujat Roy

Sujat Roy announces his debut show Hello World featuring new paintings, digital art installations and sculptures. The works are inspired by the artist’s interest in pop art, internet memes and hype culture.

Now on display at Method Kala Ghoda

Can We Talk? by Mohd. Intiyaz

Throughout his life, Intiyaz has been in the middle of various social situations and family experiences that had lasting impact on his memories and artistic sensitivity. His artwork often sheds light on crucial childhood events related to migration and marginalization. Realising many of these hardships were not unique, but often a shared reality, he started to question why injustice is overlooked as a societal norm—and why it is so hard to talk about it openly. While camouflaging high tension citizen crises, each artwork presents us with an underlying question regarding labour, production, protest, and identity.

  1. Handle With Care by Yaazd Contractor

    The most striking elements among the carefully selected components that will be on show at Method are the contrasting relationships of the objects: cinder and glass, mass produced prefabricated steel parts and the in-danger-of-extinction art of cold cathode neon, the long yet ethereal duration of digital images and the quick withering of flowers, etc.

    Show Dates : 8th December 2022 - 3rd January 2023

    Show Location : Method Kala Ghoda

    Entry : Free

    RSVP : https://themethod.art/products/handle-with-care-by-yaazd-contractor-exhibition-rsvp

  2. The Egg Comes First by Smita Sahu

    With her recent works, Smita Sahu deconstruct and deflects. She permits the paint to move and coalesce without meaning, without thought. Does meaning have to precede every creation? Or can a creation come before its meaning reveals itself? 

    Show Dates : 27th November - 13th December 2022

    Show Location : Method Bandra

  3. Happy In The Hippocampus by Rohan Joglekar

    Known for his surrealism, Joglekar dances between acceptable reality and make believe. His works, characterised by figures and peculiarity, serve to rekindle an appreciation for unbound childhood wonder, awe, and bewilderment. While some of his pieces edge towards the disturbing, the fantastical use of color plays with the mind, making the notably bizarre a source of pleasure.

    Show Dates : 10th November - 4th December 2022

    Show Location : Method Kala Ghoda