1. Soft Invasions, Stitch-punk Visions. by liactualee

    Colorful organisms spread rapidly, spilling over the squared-off edges of a world bleached of color by smog, rising temperatures, and habitat loss. Regenerative life forms shapeshift, disrupt, and transgress borders, ephemeral but tenacious. Do we react with excitement or fear to this queer invasion? How have they adapted to survive, even thrive, in the toxicity left behind by human activity?

    With no land, they make their own world.

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  2. Lines of Inquiry by Ashna Malik

    Through paintings, interactive projections, and laser cut wall sculptures, Ashna’s work nudges the viewer to question the nature of their own reality. What do they see and how do they understand it?

    Dates : Thursday, 11th May - Sunday, 28th May 2023

    Venue : Method Kala Ghoda

    RSVP : https://themethod.art/pages/events


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  3. The Toy Face Tour by Amrit Pal Singh

    Amrit Pal Singh's lovable toy faces are a celebration of a whimsical childhood that transcends age and persists through adulthood. A delightful sense of playfulness characterizes Amrit's 3D toy-like renditions of characters, figures, and movements through contemporary culture. Method & Hefty.Art present a 3 city tour featuring a physical toy room made to human scale, a new collection of Toy Faces and a presentation of Amrit's previous Toy Faces.

    Dates :
    Stir, Delhi : April 28 - May 7, 2023
    Method Kala Ghoda, Mumbai : June 8 - June 25, 2023
    Church Street Social, Bangalore : July 7 - July 23, 2023

    REGISTER : https://themethod.art/pages/events

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  4. The Circle by Rohan Joglekar

    An exhibition celebrating 4/20 featuring art by Rohan Joglekar, ceramics by Mihir Suvanam and Clayton D'Souza, and herbal blends by smoothmix.
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  5. Timelines by Ujjwal Agarwal (KALA)

    With his debut solo exhibition, Ujjwal Agarwal interprets and visualises time and its movement through the medium of a custom-coded computer algorithm furthering a centuries old conversation on the construct of time itself. 

    Dates : 7th April - 16th April

    Venue : Method Kala Ghoda

    RSVP : https://themethod.art/pages/events

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  6. Habitat by Vishakha Jindal

    In a splash of color, ‘Habitat’ journeys through the microscopic to the vast. This playful take on natural habitats ushers in an adventure where organic, free-flowing forms and shapes coexist in harmony.

    With youthful freedom, the dance of shapes and patterns create biomorphic-themed settings designed for uninhibited imagination. In this body of work, the artist invites the viewer to embrace their natural sense of wonder.

    Dates : 1st April - 16th April

    Venue : Method Bandra

    RSVP : https://themethod.art/pages/events

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