Things To Do After Work This Week: Monday, September 11 to Thursday, September 14

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German drummer Marco Minnemann will perform at Hard Rock Cafe on Thursday.

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COMEDYDANCE • FILM • MUSIC • TALKS • THEATREART & PHOTOGRAPHY

COMEDY
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12
Aditi Mittal at Menchie’s
City-residing comedian Aditi Mittal will perform a solo show at this gig organised by comedy events company Ratatouille. Tickets priced at Rs300 per person (excluding taxes and convenience fees) are being sold on Insider.in.
When: Tuesday, September 12 at 8pm.
Where: Menchie’s, Shyam Vihar, near Telephone Exchange and the Nike showroom, off Linking Road, Khar. Tel: 80800 89447.

Comedy Parade at Canvas Laugh Club
Aakash Gupta, Anand Reghu, Govind Menon, Mandar Bhide, Masoom Rajwani, Saurav Mehta, Shagun Gaur and Urooj Ashfaq will take turns at the mic at this new stand-up gig series at which upcoming comedians perform fresh material. Tickets priced at Rs500 per person are being sold on Bookmyshow.com.
When: Tuesday, September 12 at 8.30pm.
Where: Canvas Laugh Club, Third Floor, Palladium, Phoenix Mills, Lower Parel. Tel: 90046 03115.

Comedy Tuesdays at 3 Wise Monkeys
Events company Chalta Hai Comedy will present a stand-up show featuring sets by comics Govind Menon, Joel D’Souza, Kajol Srinivasan, Mandar Bhide, Punit Pania, Raunaq Rajani, Siddharth Dudeja, Sumaira Shaikh, Urooj Ashfaq and Vikram Poddar. To book a spot, the cover charge of Rs200 per person can be paid in advance on Bookmyshow.com.
When: Tuesday, September 12 at 9pm.
Where: 3 Wise Monkeys, The Unicontinental Hotel, 3rd Road, off S. V. Road, Khar. Tel: 022 6561 0325.

Fresh Comedy Night with Abijit Ganguly + Kamal Trilok Singh + Vaibhav Sethia at Backstage Cafe
Kamal Trilok Singh, who is based in Mumbai, will host this stand-up gig, which will feature ten comics, including city residents Abijit Ganguly and Vaibhav Sethia, presenting new jokes. Tickets priced at Rs200 per person are being sold on Bookmyshow.com.
When: Tuesday, September 12 at 9pm.
Where: Backstage Cafe, Mhada Road, near Mhada Telephone Exchange, Model Town, Andheri (West). Tel: 98927 20001.

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13
Manish Tyagi + Vaibhav Sethia at Magazine Cafe
Comedians Manish Tyagi from Delhi and Vaibhav Sethia, who lives in Mumbai, will perform a solo show organised by The Indian Comedy Club. The cover charge of Rs499 per person can be paid in advance on Bookmyshow.com.
When: Wednesday, September 13 at 7.30pm.
Where: Magazine Cafe, Waterfield Road, Bandra (West). Tel: 91676 66770.

83 Come at The Integral Space
Mumbai comics Jeeya Sethi, Neil Balthazar and Saurav Mehta and Chennai comedian Siddharth Gopinath are the professionals who will perform at the eighty-third edition of this open mic stand-up gig series organised by comedy events company Ratatouille. Amateur comics who have won previous instalments will battle for the grand prize. Tickets priced at Rs200 per person are being sold on Insider.in.
When: Wednesday, September 13 at 8pm.
Where: The Integral Space, 14 Janata Estate, First Floor, opposite Palladium Mall, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel. Tel: 98203 46338.

EIC Making Shit Up at The Cuckoo Club
City-based collective East India Comedy, which includes Angad Singh Ranyal, Azeem Banatwalla, Kunal Rao, Sahil Shah and Sapan Verma, will perform a show of new jokes. Tickets priced at Rs500 per person (excluding taxes and convenience fees) are being sold on Insider.in.
When: Wednesday, September 13 at 8pm.
Where: The Cuckoo Club, 5AA Pali Hill Road, next to Candies, near Learners Academy, Bandra (West).

Best in Stand-up Comedy at Canvas Laugh Club
Comics Anand Reghu, Govind Menon, Masoom Rajwani, Neville Bharucha and Raghav Mandava will perform stand-up sets. They will be joined by Nishant Tanwar on Wednesday and Aakash Gupta on Thursday. Tickets priced at Rs700 per person are being sold on Bookmyshow.com.
When: Wednesday, September 13 and Thursday, September 14 at 8.30pm.
Where: Canvas Laugh Club, Third Floor, Palladium, Phoenix Mills, Lower Parel. Tel: 90046 03115.

Comedy Jam at AntiSocial
Aakash Mehta, Anand Reghu, Ashish Shakya, Neelaksh Mathur, Pavitra Shetty, Rohan Joshi, Sumit Sourav and Zenil Asher will perform at this edition of the Comedy Jam series of “curated open mic” gigs organised by events company Lasoon Live at AntiSocial. Tickets priced at Rs400 per person (excluding taxes and convenience fees) are being sold on Insider.in.
When: Wednesday, September 13 at 8.30pm.
Where: AntiSocial, Basement, Khar Social, Rohan Plaza, 5th Road, near Ramee Guestline Hotel, off S. V. Road, Khar (West). Tel: 022 6522 6324.

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14
A + K The Best In The World (Band) at Summer House Cafe
In this comedy and music show, Mumbai residents Abish Mathew and Kenny Sebastian will “sing about relationships, daily struggles, and songs they still haven’t written down”. Tickets priced at Rs499 per person (excluding taxes and convenience fees) are being sold on Insider.in.
When: Thursday, September 14 at 8pm.
Where: Summer House Cafe, Mathuradas Mills Compound, Lower Parel. Tel: 82918 90605.

Witty Mocks by Nitin Mirani at Pot Pourri
Dubai-residing comedian Nitin Mirani will present his solo stand-up special. Tickets priced at Rs500 per person are being sold on Bookmyshow.com.
When: Thursday, September 14 at 8.30pm.
Where: Pot Pourri, Ground Floor, Inorbit Mall, Section 30A, Vashi. Tel: 022 2781 0548.

Vaibhav Sethia + Vinay Sharma at Independence Brewing Company
Stand-up comics Vaibhav Sethia and Vinay Sharma, both of whom reside in Mumbai, which each present a set at this show organised by events company Chalta Hai Comedy. Tickets priced at Rs245 per person are being sold on Bookmyshow.com.
When: Thursday, September 14 at 8.30pm.
Where: Independence Brewing Company, Boolani Estate Co-Operative Society, off New Link Road, in the lane opposite Citi Mall, Andheri (West). Tel: 022 6105 4689.

Improv Comedy Mumbai at Canvas Laugh Club
City-based improv comedy group Improv Comedy Mumbai will perform. Tickets priced at Rs500 per person are being sold on Bookmyshow.com.
When: Thursday, September 14 at 10.30pm.
Where: Canvas Laugh Club, Third Floor, Palladium, Phoenix Mills, Lower Parel. Tel: 90046 03115.

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DANCE
Prakriti Excellence in Contemporary Dance Awards at The Park’s New Festival at Sitara Studio
Five performances that were finalists at the Prakriti Excellence in Contemporary Dance Awards 2016, organised by Chennai-based cultural organisation The Prakriti Foundation, will be staged: ‘Architect of Self-Destruction’ by Abhilash Ningappa from Bangalore; ‘Hands and Face Project’ by Divya Naidu from Kolkata; ‘Urban Chaos’ by Parth Bhardwaj from Bangalore; ‘F4’ by Virieno Christina Zakiesato from Nagaland; and ‘Folk Tale’ by Surjit Nongmeikapam from Manipur. The event is part of the Mumbai leg of this year’s edition of the The Park’s New Festival, which is put together by The Prakriti Foundation and the Park Hotels group. There is no entry fee. To attend, register by calling or sending an email to [email protected].
When: Tuesday, September 12 at 7pm.
Where: Sitara Studio, National Engineering Compound, Kakasaheb Gadgil Marg, near Congress Bhavan, opposite IndiaBulls Finance Centre, Dadar (West). Tel: 022 2422 1666.

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FILM
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11
Les Interdits/Friends From France at Alliance Francaise
Directors Anne Weil and Philippe Kotlarski’s French, Russian and English drama Les Interdits/Friends from France (2013), which is about a pair of young friends who help sneak Jews out of the Soviet Union in 1979, will be screened. The movie will be shown with English subtitles. There is no entry fee. For more information, see here.
When: Monday, September 11 at 6.30pm.
Where: Alliance Francaise, Auditorium, Theosophy Hall, 40 New Marine Lines, near Nirmala Niketan. Tel: 022 2203 5993.

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12
Rapt at AntiSocial
Lucas Belvaux’s French-Belgian drama Rapt (2009), about the real-life kidnapping of a businessman in Paris in 1978, will be shown. The movie will be screened with English subtitles. There is no entry fee. For more information, see here.
When: Tuesday, September 12 at 7pm.
Where: AntiSocial, Basement, Khar Social, Rohan Plaza, 5th Road, near Ramee Guestline Hotel, off S. V. Road, Khar (West). Tel: 022 6522 6324.

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14
Shamiana Short Films Night at Cottons and Satins
Shamiana The Short Film Club will screen the Academy Award-winning movies Sing (2016), in Hungarian, by Hungarian director Kristof Deak; and La femme et le TGV/The Railroad Lady (2016), in French, by Swiss filmmaker Timo von Gunten. Tickets priced at Rs424 per person (excluding taxes and convenience fees) are being sold on Insider.in. Call 77383 61219 for more information.
When: Thursday, September 14 at 7pm.
Where: Cottons and Satins, opposite the Tata Motors showroom, off Dr. E. Moses Road, Worli. Tel:

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MUSIC
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11
Beer Puppets at Finch
Jazz and neo-soul band Beer Puppets from Kolkata will play a set. There is no entry fee. For more information, see the Facebook event page.
When: Monday, September 11 at 8.30pm.
Where: Finch, near John Baker, Saki Vihar Road, opposite Huntsman International, Andheri (East). Tel: 022 2857 8300.

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12
The Latination at The Little Door
Kolkata-based Latin jazz band The Latination will perform at an instalment of Andheri bar The Little Door’s All That Jazz series of Tuesday night gigs. There is no entry fee. For more information, see the Facebook event page here.
When: Tuesday, September 12 at 8.30pm at The Little Door and Wednesday, September 13 at 9pm.
Where: The Little Door, Plot B31, Shree Siddhivinayak Plaza, Ground Floor, New Link Road, Andheri (West). Tel: 99209 83836.

The Vipin Mishra Project at Finch
City-residing Hindi singer-songwriter Vipin Mishra will perform with his band. There is no entry fee. For more information, see the Facebook event page.
When: Tuesday, September 12 at 8.30pm.
Where: Finch, near John Baker, Saki Vihar Road, opposite Huntsman International, Andheri (East). Tel: 022 2857 8300.

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13
Symphony Orchestra of India at the NCPA Jamshed Bhabha Theatre
Polish conductor Jacek Kaspszyk will helm the first concert of the Symphony Orchestra of India’s Autumn 2017 season of performances. Hungarian cellist István Várdai will be the featured soloist at the recital in which works by Dvorak and Tchaikovsky will be played. Tickets priced at Rs819 per person (other denominations sold out) are being sold on Bookmyshow.com. For more information, see here.
When: Wednesday, September 13 at 7pm.
Where: Jamshed Bhabha Theatre, National Centre for the Performing Arts, Nariman Point. Tel: 022 2282 4567.

Essays by Roopa Mahadevan at The Park’s New Festival at G5A Foundation for Contemporary Culture
Vocalist Roopa Mahadevan will helm this fusion concert that will combine Carnatic classical, jazz and soul sounds and will feature fellow US-based musicians, violinist Anjna Swaminathan, pianist Guy Mintus and percussionist Rohan Krishnamurthy. The event is part of the Mumbai leg of this year’s edition of the The Park’s New Festival, which is put together by The Prakriti Foundation and the Park Hotels group. There is no entry fee. To attend, register by calling or sending an email to [email protected]. For more information, see the Facebook event page.
When: Wednesday, September 13 at 7.30pm.
Where: G5A Foundation for Contemporary Culture, Laxmi Mills Compound, off Dr. E. Moses Road, Mahalaxmi. Tel: 022 2490 9393.

Carlton and the Saints at Finch
Mumbai pop-rock band Carlton and the Saints, fronted by vocalist Carlton Vaz, will present a set. There is no entry fee. For more information, see the Facebook event page.
When: Wednesday, September 13 at 8.30pm.
Where: Finch, near John Baker, Saki Vihar Road, opposite Huntsman International, Andheri (East). Tel: 022 2857 8300.

The ViceVersa Party 4.0 at Raasta Bombay
This instalment the series of parties by electro-hip hop trio ViceVersa, made up of rapper Rohit ‘P-Man’ Pereira and vocalist Sidd Coutto from Mumbai and producer Manas Ulhas from Bangalore, will feature guests such as city-based artists, hip-hop DJ Proof aka Vinayak Pasula and rappers Enkore aka Ankur Johar and The Siege. There is no entry fee. See the Facebook event page for more information.
When: Wednesday, September 13 at 9pm.
Where: Raasta Bombay, Rohan Plaza, 5th Road, near Ramee Guest Line Hotel, off S. V. Road, Khar. Tel: 86550 00811.

Mixtaped! featuring United Machines at The Den
Electronic music DJ-producer United Machines aka Himanshu Pandey, who is based in Mumbai, will man the decks at this instalment of The Den’s long-running night Mixtaped!, which is curated by city-residing DJ Reji Ravindran. There is no entry fee. For more information, see the Facebook event page.
When: Wednesday, September 13 at 10pm.
Where: The Den, Ground Floor, Prabhat Kunj, 24th Road, off Linking Road, Khar. Tel: 95945 42345.

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14
The Local Train at AntiSocial
Hindi rock band The Local Train, which is based in Delhi, will play the Mumbai leg of their ongoing tour to promote their second album Vaaqif, which is scheduled for release sometime in September. The entry fee is Rs500 per person. To book a spot, RSVP via Insider.in. For more information, see the Facebook event page.
When: Thursday, September 14 at 8pm.
Where: AntiSocial, Basement, Khar Social, Rohan Plaza, 5th Road, near Ramee Guestline Hotel, off S. V. Road, Khar (West). Tel: 022 6522 6324.

BlueTree Collab featuring Marco Minnemann, Mohini Dey and Rhythm Shaw at Hard Rock Cafe Worli
German drummer Marco Minnemann of progressive rock supergroup The Aristocrats will perform along with Mumbai musicians, bassist Mohini Dey and guitarist Rhythm Shaw at the Mumbai leg of BlueTree Collab, a new gig series by Ahmedabad-based artist and event management company BlueTree. Phase two tickets priced at Rs1,500 per person and VIP tickets priced at Rs2,500 per person are being sold on Insider.in. For more information, see the Facebook event page.
When: Thursday, September 14 at 9.30pm.
Where: Hard Rock Cafe, Bombay Dyeing Mills Compound, Pandurang Budhkar Marg, Worli. Tel: 022 2438 2888.

Woke with Chhabb + Reagan at Radio Bar
City-based electronic music DJ-producers Chhabb aka Rahul Chhabria and Reagan will play the third instalment of gig series Woke. There is no entry fee. For more information, see the Facebook event page.
When: Thursday, September 14 at 9.30pm.
Where: Radio Bar, Ground Floor, Hotel New Castle, Linking Road, next to Satguru’s, Bandra (West). Tel: 022 2649 9900.

Bipolar with Kaleekarma at The Daily Bar and Kitchen
At The Daily Bar and Kitchen’s monthly gig series Bipolar, curated by Mumbai-based DJ Lynston D’Souza, electronic music acts play a genre different from the one for which they are best known. For the sixth instalment, Mumbai-residing deep house and techno DJ Kaleekarma aka Harshita Kalee will present a downtempo and trip hop set. There is no entry fee. For more information, see the Facebook event page.
When: ​Thursday, September 14 at 10pm.
Where: The Daily Bar and Kitchen, Ground Floor, behind Shoppers Stop, S. V. Road, Bandra (West). Tel: 99206 88479.

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TALKS
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14
‘Talking Foreign Policy: How India Sees The World’ at Nehru Centre
At this talk organised by the Asia Society, former diplomat and the author of the recently-released book How India Sees The World: Kautilya to the 21st Century, will be in conversation with academic and columnist Madhav Das Nalapat. There is no entry fee. To attend, RSVP [email protected]. For more information, see the Facebook event page.
When: Thursday, September 14 at 6.30pm.
Where: Hall of Harmony, Nehru Centre, off Dr. Annie Besant Road, Worli. Tel: 022 2496 4680.

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THEATRE
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12
The Father at the NCPA Experimental Theatre
Directed by Naseeruddin Shah and based on British writer Christopher Hampton’s English translation of Florian Zeller’s French play, theatre group Motley’s new production The Father is about the toll mental dysfunction takes on both sufferer and care giver. Tickets priced at Rs590 per person are being sold on Bookmyshow.com.
When: Tuesday, September 12 to Sunday, September 17 at 7pm.
Where: Experimental Theatre, National Centre for the Performing Arts, Nariman Point. Tel: 022 2282 4567.

Main Huun Yusuf Aur Yeh Hai Mera Bhai at Prithvl Theatre
Directed by Mohit Takalkar and written by Palestinian playwright Amir Nizar Zuabi, this Hindi and Urdu play is set in Palestine in 1948 during the end of the British mandate over the region. Ali and Nada love each other, but her father won’t let them marry because of Ali’s seemingly strange brother Yusuf. Tickets priced at Rs175 per person for the show on Tuesday and at Rs475 per person for the performances on Wednesday and Thursday are being sold on Bookmyshow.com.
When: Tuesday, September 12, Wednesday, September 13 and Thursday, September 14 at 9pm.
Where: Prithvi Theatre, Janki Kutir, Juhu Church Road, Juhu. Tel: 022 2614 5917.

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13
Tape – The Gentleman’s Club at Cafe Zoe
Theatre group The Patchworks Ensemble and Gaysi, an online platform for the LGBT community, will stage their English and Hindi performance, which imagines a Mumbai in which shows by drag kings – women who dress and act like men on stage – are routine. Read our review here. Tickets priced at Rs1,180 per person, which entitle attendees to appetisers and cocktails before the performance, are being sold on Bookmyshow.com.
When: Wednesday, September 13 at 7pm.
When: Cafe Zoe, Mathuradas Mills Compound, N. M. Joshi Marg, Lower Parel. Tel: 022 2490 2065.

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14
Take 35 at The Park’s New Festival at G5A Foundation for Contemporary Culture
Actress Anu Menon stars in this new English play, directed by Faezeh Jalali, which traces the journey of a child actor into adulthood. The performance is part of the Mumbai leg of this year’s edition of the The Park’s New Festival, which is put together by The Prakriti Foundation and the Park Hotels group. There is no entry fee. To attend, register by calling or sending an email to [email protected]. For more information, see the Facebook event page.
When: Thursday, September 14 at 7.30pm.
Where: G5A Foundation for Contemporary Culture, Laxmi Mills Compound, off Dr. E. Moses Road, Mahalaxmi. Tel: 022 2490 9393.

A Friend’s Story at The Cuckoo Club
Director Akash Khurana’s drama is an English version of Vijay Tendulkar’s 1981 Marathi play Mitrachi Goshta. The story hinges on the romantic relationship between two college students, Mitra and Nama, which is complicated by Nama’s boyfriend Dalvi. Nama frustrates Mitra by carrying on with Dalvi despite their regular sexual liaisons. Eventually Nama marries another man, driving Mitra to suicide. Tickets priced at Rs400 per person are being sold on Bookmyshow.com.
When: Thursday, September 14 to Saturday, September 16 at 8pm.
Where: The Cuckoo Club, 5AA Pali Hill Road, next to Candies, near Learners Academy, Bandra (West).

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ART & PHOTOGRAPHY
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14
Notorious Rowdies by Clare Arni at Tarq
Bangalore-based photographer Clare Arni’s new solo show Notorious Rowdies comprises a series of images “that capture the ‘inner rowdy’ – the dark, maleficent alter-ego – which Arni believes resides in all of us”. For more information, see here.
When: Opens on Thursday, September 14 at 6.30pm. Until Thursday, October 19. Open Tuesday to Saturday, from 11am to 6.30pm; Sunday and Monday, closed.
Where: Tarq, F35/36, Dhanraj Mahal, Apollo Bunder, Colaba. Tel: 022 6615 0424.

The Sacred and the Profane by Ankush Safaya and Jeetander Ojha at Sakshi Gallery
This exhibition comprises ‘assemblages’ by Ankush Safaya and installations by Jeetander Ojha, artists who are both based in Vadodara. For more information, see here.
When: Opens on Thursday, September 14 at 6.30pm. Until Friday, October 6. Open Monday to Saturday, from 11am to 6pm; Sunday, closed.
Where: Sakshi Gallery, 6/19, Second Floor, Grants Building, Arthur Bunder Road, Colaba. Tel: 022 6610 3424.

Drawing Phantoms by Minam Apang at Chatterjee and Lal
Goa-based artist Minam Apang’s new solo show is a set of works made using charcoal on paper and cloth. For more information, see here.
When: Opens on Thursday, September 14 at 7pm. Until Saturday, October 14. Open Tuesday to Saturday, from 11am to 7pm; Sunday and Monday, closed.
Where: Chatterjee & Lal, 01/18, First Floor, Kamal Mansion, same entrance as Hotel White Pearl, Arthur Bunder Road, Colaba. Tel: 022 2202 3787.

ONGOING
Part Narratives at the Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum
Conceptualised by Delhi-based art critic and curator Gayatri Sinha, this exhibition features works by artists that draw “upon their memories and understanding of Partition”. Tickets for Indians are priced at Rs10 per person for adults and children above the age of 13 and at Rs5 per person for children below the age of 13, and tickets for foreigners are priced at Rs100 per person for adults and children above the age of 13 and at Rs50 per person for children below the age of 13. For details, see here.
When: Until Tuesday, September 19. Open Thursday to Tuesday, from 10am to 6pm; Wednesday, closed.
Where: Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum, Rani Baug, Dr. B. R. Ambedkar Road, Byculla. Tel: 022 2373 1234.

The Surface of Things: Photography in Process at the Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum
This group show, organised in collaboration with the Institute Francais en Inde and Alkazi Foundation for the Arts, will feature works by contemporary Indian artists Edson Dias, Srinivas Kuruganti, Sukanya Ghosh and Uzma Mohsin that invoke “the birth of an analogue visual form through a process-oriented exhibit”. Tickets for Indians are priced at Rs10 per person for adults and children above the age of 13 and at Rs5 per person for children below the age of 13, and tickets for foreigners are priced at Rs100 per person for adults and children above the age of 13 and at Rs50 per person for children below the age of 13. For more information, see here and here.
When: Until Tuesday, September 19. Open Thursday to Tuesday, from 10am to 6pm; Wednesday, closed.
Where: The Special Projects Space, Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum, Rani Baug, Dr. B. R. Ambedkar Road, Byculla. Tel: 022 2373 1234.

Art Space Germany at Goethe Institut/Max Mueller Bhavan
This show of art in various media, which examines Germany as a “space of art”, will feature the works of Armando, Candice Breitz, Tony Cragg, Marianne Eigenheer, Ayse Erkmen, Christine Hill, Magdalena Jetelová, Per Kirkeby, Joseph Kosuth, Marie-Jo Lafontaine, Nam June Paik, Giuseppe Spagnulo and Herman de Vries. For more information, see here.
When: Until Sunday, October 8. Open Monday to Saturday, from 11am to 7pm; Sunday, closed.
Where: Galerie Max Mueller, Goethe Institut/Max Mueller Bhavan, K. Dubash Marg, Kala Ghoda. Tel: 022 2202 7542.

Light Works at the National Gallery of Modern Art
A retrospective of over 300 images shot over six decades by photographer Jitendra Arya, who worked in Kenya, the UK and India.
When: Until Sunday, October 8. Open Tuesday to Sunday, from 11am to 6pm; Monday, closed.
Where: National Gallery of Modern Art, M. G. Road, Kala Ghoda. Tel: 022 2288 1969.

Mapping Memory by Madhvi Subramanian at Chemould Prescott Road
Artist Madhvi Subramanian, who lives between Mumbai and Singapore, is showing a set of interactive clay installations. For more information, see here.
When: Until Friday, September 29. Open Monday to Saturday, from 11am to 7pm; Sunday, closed.
Where: Chemould Prescott Road, Queens Mansion, Third Floor, G. Talwatkar Marg, near Cathedral School, Fort. Tel: 022 2200 0211.

Trespassers and Translators by Amitesh Shrivastava at Project 88
City-residing artist Amitesh Shrivastava’s solo show Trespassers and Translators comprises a set of new paintings. For more information, see the Facebook event page.
When: Until Saturday, September 30. Open Tuesday to Saturday, from 11am to 7pm; Sunday and Monday, closed.
Where: Project 88, BMP Building, Narayan A. Sawant Marg, near Colaba Fire Station, Colaba. Tel: 022 2281 0066.

Windows at Jhaveri Contemporary
A show featuring five artists, Anwar Jalal Shemza, Simryn Gill, Lubna Chowdhary, Seher Shah and Ayesha Singh, whose works are “based on a deep awareness of modernist architecture and design”. For more information, see here.
When: Until Saturday, October 7. Open Tuesday to Saturday, 11am to 6pm; Sunday and Monday, closed.
Where: Jhaveri Contemporary, 2, Krishna Niwas, 58A Walkeshwar Road. Tel: 022 2369 3639.

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