1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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

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  4. 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

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  5. The Universe Is Listening by Tia Shah

    People fall into three categories: those who believe in the power of the universe, those who don’t—and those who aren’t quite sure.

    Tia Shah is the first kind of person. Through her practice of ink & watercolor bleeds, she leaves much of her creation to a force stronger than herself.

    Dates : 25th Feb - 11th March 2023

    Venue : Method Bandra

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  6. Macaqophony by Gargi Chandola

    In this series, Gargi delves into the human notions of territory, power and the isolation of mind. 

    Dates : 18th Feb - 12th March 2023

    Location : Method Kala Ghoda

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