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

CURRENT EXHIBITION(s) //

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.

Currently on view at Method Kala Ghoda.

Lysergic Da(y)ze by Varsha Kumar

An in-gallery residency and exhibition by Bangalore based artist Varsha Kumar. By drowning out the world with multiple sensory triggers the artist attempts to enter a temporary zen state, and subsequently deploys various auto drawing techniques, letting the ink flow to create the work.

384,400 KMS From Home by Aashim Tyagi

“I have always felt longing when I look at the moon. As if it’s a faraway home and I am just a traveller elsewhere working my way back. These pictures are part map part eulogy to something that feels far more kindred than any home I have known” - Aashim Tyagi

Aashim Tyagi is a multidisciplinary artist working with photography, graphic design and text.

His photographs are observational and intimate, exploring the themes of memory, time, displacement and longing.

Currently on view at Method Bandra.

FRESH PRODUCE - THE BOMBAY EDIT

For our debut Delhi exhibition, we presented "Fresh Produce" as part of India Art Fair in May 2022. Selected by MadStarBase, IAF's young patrons of the year, the showcase presented a curation of young Indian artists pushing the boundaries of contemporary culture.

The artists are either those who have worked with Method in the past or have an upcoming exhibit with us in the near future. The Bombay edit of "Fresh Produce" presents a tighter selection of the artists shown in Delhi.

The artists traverse across various mediums of fine art, photography, street art and digital art.

RECENT EXHIBITS //

A Summer Slumber by Zahra Amiruddin

A collection of limited edition photographs from Zahra's solo show at Method Bandra.

  1. 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.

    Show Dates : Saturday, 30th July - Sunday, 7th August 2022

  2. Lysergic Da(y)ze by Varsha Kumar

    An in-gallery residency and exhibition by Bangalore based artist Varsha Kumar. By drowning out the world with multiple sensory triggers the artist attempts to enter a temporary zen state, and subsequently deploys various auto drawing techniques, letting the ink flow to create the work.
  3. A Summer Slumber by Zahra Amiruddin

    Zahra Amiruddins solo exhibition, A Summer Slumber, is a culmination of a collective stream of consciousness, brought upon by the change of patterns, self-reflection, and growth. The photographs are shifting memories, moving between the past and the present through digital and analogue imagery, and multiple videos. They create a narrative of a season spinning inside the artist’s mind, flanked by the heat of the outdoor summer sun. Since the artist is mostly interested in the act of photographing through feeling, and not purely through observation, the body of work is a space to immerse oneself amidst a memory - both current, and distant.