1. 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

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  2. 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.

    Location : Method Bandra

    Dates : 20th October to 16th November 2022

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  3. The Monsoon Room

    The Monsoon Room at Method, Bandra creates a moody haze around the city’s monsoon with photography, graphic, text / poetry and monsoon inspired merchandise.

    Curated by Himanshu Verma, featuring works by Abeer Khan, Hiten Sondagar and Jaidev Tripathy.

    Location : Method Bandra

    Dates : 24th September to 16th October 2022

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  4. Why Does Everything Have To Make Sense by Shaina Nikam

    Does art even make sense? You, the viewer, make sense of it. But before you process what’s in front of you, through your personal reality, there’s a split second where art is purely stimulus being sensed by sense organs.

    Show Dates : Saturday, 27th August to Wednesday, 14th September

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  5. A Summer Slumber by Zahra Amiruddin

    Zahra Amiruddin's 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. 

    Show Dates:

    Sunday, 15th May - Wednesday, 15th June 2022

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  6. 384,400 Kms From Home by Aashim Tyagi

    "...These pictures are part map part eulogy to something that feels far more kindred than any home I have known” - Aashim Tyagi

    Show Dates : Saturday, 2nd July 2022 to Sunday, 31st July 2022 

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