Things To Do In Mumbai After Work This Week: Monday: September 18 To Thursday, September 21

The Father.

English play ‘The Father’ will be staged through the week at the National Centre for the Performing Arts.

Note Events on Tuesday and Wednesday could be cancelled because of the heavy rain.

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BOOKSCOMEDY • DESIGN • FILM • FOOD & DRINK • MUSIC • THEATREART & PHOTOGRAPHY

BOOKS
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20
Harish Bhat at the NCPA Little Theatre
Harish Bhat, the ‘brand custodian’ of the Tata group of companies will discuss his recently-released book The Curious Marketer: Expeditions in Branding and Consumer Behaviour in a conversation with journalist Mini Menon. The talk is being held by the organisers of annual literature festival Literature Live!, which holds events through the year. There is no entry fee; admission on a first come, first served basis. For more information, see the Facebook event page.
When: Wednesday, September 20 at 6.30pm.
Where: Little Theatre, National Centre for the Performing Arts, Nariman Point. Tel: 022 2282 4567.

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COMEDY
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18
Hasya Nights at Kaama
Mumbai comics Neha Dhanani, Piyush Sharma and Sonali Thakker will each present a set. There is no entry fee. For more information, see the Facebook event page.
When: Monday, September 18 at 8.30pm.
Where: Kaama, Unit 2, Second Floor, Trade View Building, Gate No.4, Kamala Mills Compound, Lower Parel. Tel: 022 3312 6958.

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19
A Day After Monday at Brewbot
City-based comedians Abijit Ganguly, Anirban Dasgupta, Siddharth Dudeja and Vaibhav Sethia will perform at this show presented by events company Culture Shoq. Tickets priced at Rs349 per person are being sold on Bookmyshow.com.
When: Tuesday, September 19 at 8pm.
Where: Brewbot, Morya Landmark 1, off New Link Road, opposite Infiniti Mall, Andheri (West). Tel: 022 4003 4448.

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 19 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
Abbas Momin, Ashish Dash, Bhavish Ailani, Chinmay Mhatre, Dhaval Datar and Vaibhav Sethia 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 19 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 19 at 9pm.
Where: 3 Wise Monkeys, The Unicontinental Hotel, 3rd Road, off S. V. Road, Khar. Tel: 022 6561 0325.

Fresh Comedy Night at Backstage Cafe
Anand Reghu, who is based in Mumbai, will host this stand-up gig, which will feature ten comics, including city residents Piyush Sharma and Raunaq Rajani, presenting new jokes. Tickets priced at Rs200 per person are being sold on Bookmyshow.com.
When: Tuesday, September 19 at 9pm.
Where: Backstage Cafe, Mhada Road, near Mhada Telephone Exchange, Model Town, Andheri (West). Tel: 98927 20001.

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20
The Anatomy of Awkward by Kautuk Srivastava at Magazine Cafe
Comedian Kautuk Srivastava, who lives in Mumbai, will present his stand-up special The Anatomy of Awkward. The cover charge of Rs499 per person can be paid in advance on Bookmyshow.com.
When: Wednesday, September 20 at 7.30pm.
Where: Magazine Cafe, Waterfield Road, Bandra (West). Tel: 91676 66770.

85 Come at The Integral Space
Mumbai comics Abhishek Upamanyu, Anirban Dasgupta, Jeeya Sethi and Prashasti Singh are the professionals who will perform at the eighty-fifth edition of this open mic stand-up gig series organised by comedy events company Ratatouille. Tickets priced at Rs200 per person are being sold on Insider.in.
When: Wednesday, September 20 at 8pm.
Where: The Integral Space, 14 Janata Estate, First Floor, opposite Palladium Mall, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel. Tel: 98203 46338.

Comedy Under The Stars at Patch of Sky
Chinmay Mhatre, Jenith Thakkar, Karan Chauhan and Punit Pania, who are all based in Mumbai, will be among the comics who will perform at this instalment of the stand-up gig series organised by events company Chalta Hai Comedy. To book a spot, the cover charge of Rs200 per person can be paid in advance on Bookmyshow.com.
When: Wednesday, September 20 at 8pm.
Where: Patch of Sky, Hotel Aureole, Bima Nagar Society, Sir Mathuradas Vasanji Road, near Andheri railway station, Andheri (East). Tel: 022 2684 9000.

Laughter Crib at Accensione
The eleventh instalment of this stand-up gig series will feature sets by Bhavish Ailani and Reza Noorani from Mumbai and Siddharth Gopinath from Chennai. Tickets priced at Rs250 per person are being sold on Bookmyshow.com.
When: Wednesday, September 20 at 8pm.
Where: Accessione, 2, Evergreen Society, next to ICICI Bank, Waterfield Road, Bandra (West). Tel: 022 2642 4897.

Best in Stand-up Comedy at Canvas Laugh Club
Comics Kunal Kamra, Neville Shah and Siddharth Dudeja will perform stand-up sets. Daniel Fernandes will replace Kamra on Thursday. Tickets priced at Rs700 per person are being sold on Bookmyshow.com.
When: Wednesday, September 20 and Thursday, September 21 at 8.30pm.
Where: Canvas Laugh Club, Third Floor, Palladium, Phoenix Mills, Lower Parel. Tel: 90046 03115.

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21
The Etceteras at Canvas Laugh Club
City-based improv comedy collective The Etceteras will perform a show in which they will present routines based on suggestions from the audience. Tickets priced at Rs600 per person are being sold on Bookmyshow.com.
When: Thursday, September 21 at 10.30pm.
Where: Canvas Laugh Club, Third Floor, Palladium, Phoenix Mills, Lower Parel. Tel: 90046 03115.

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DESIGN
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20
The Urdu Exhibit at G5A Foundation for Contemporary Culture
Design Fabric, a collaborative platform for Indian artists and designers by the company behind the Taxi Fabric initiative, will present its third exhibit, which is dedicated to the language of Urdu. The show will feature a display of images by photographers that represent their interpretation of poet Faiz Ahmed Faiz’s ‘Before You Came’; a mural by artists Zeenat Kulavoor from Mumbai and Sanki King from Karachi; and a short film about Urdu calligraphers in the Rajasthani town of Tonk. Tickets priced at Rs400 per person (excluding taxes and convenience fees) are being sold on Insider.in. For for the line-up of participating artists and photographers and for more information, see the Facebook event page.
When: Wednesday, September 20 at 7pm.
Where: G5A Foundation for Contemporary Culture, Laxmi Mills Compound, off Dr. E. Moses Road, Mahalaxmi. Tel: 022 2490 9393.

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FILM
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18
Jagran Film Festival at Cinepolis

The eighth edition of this annual festival organised by Hindi newspaper Dainik Jagran will feature screenings of features and shorts from across the world as well as panel discussions and workshops. Tickets priced at Rs1,000 per person for the entire festival and Rs200 per person per day are being sold on on Insider.in. See here for the complete schedule.
When: Monday, September 18, from 6.30pm and Tuesday, September 19 to Sunday, September 24, from 10am.
Where: Cinepolis, Fun Republic, New Link Road, Andheri (West). Tel: 022 6675 5700.

La Loi de la Jungle at Alliance Francaise
French comedy La Loi de la Jungle/The Law of the Jungle (2016), directed by Antonin Peretjatko, will be screened with English subtitles. There is no entry fee. For more information, see here.
When: Monday, September 18 at 6.30pm.
Where: Alliance Francaise, Auditorium, Theosophy Hall, 40 New Marine Lines, near Nirmala Niketan. Tel: 022 2203 5993.

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19
CANCELLED BAFTA 2017 Nominees at AntiSocial
Four short movies that were nominated for the 2017 British Academy Film Awards will be screened: Consumed by Richard John Seymour; Mouth of Hell by Samir Mehanović; The Party by Andrea Harkin; and the winner Home by Daniel Mulloy. There is no entry fee; RSVP via Insider.in. For more information, see the Facebook event page.
When: Tuesday, September 19 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.

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20
Kirikou et la Sorcière at Prithvi Theatre
Alliance Francaise will screen, at Prithvi Theatre, writer and director Michel Ocelot’s French animation film Kirikou et la Sorcière/Kirikou and the Sorceress (1998), with English subtitles. There is no entry fee. For more information, see here.
When: Wednesday, September 20 at 7pm.
Where: Prithvi Theatre, Janki Kutir, Juhu Church Road, Juhu. Tel: 022 2614 5917.

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21
Riding on a Sunbeam – Journeys through Space, Time, Life and Love at Alliance Francaise
Director Brahmanand Singh’s 2015 English documentary about an Indian engineer and American student’s backpacking trip through India’s villages and small towns, will be shown. There is no entry fee. For more information, see here.
When: Thursday, September 21 at 6pm.
Where: Alliance Francaise, Auditorium, Theosophy Hall, 40 New Marine Lines, near Nirmala Niketan. Tel: 022 2203 5993.

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FOOD & DRINK
The Canteen Cocktail Party 2 at The Bombay Canteen
Lower Parel restaurant and bar The Bombay Canteen will hold the second edition of its Canteen Cocktail Party at which it will serve a special menu of cocktails inspired by Mumbai’s Art Deco buildings. City-based musicians, DJ Stuart DaCosta, saxophonist Rhy D’Souza and trombone player Ramon Ibrahim will play jazz and swing tracks from the 1920s to the 1950s during the event. There is no entry fee; RSVP via Insider.in to book a sport. For more information, see the Facebook event page.
When: Thursday, September 21 at 8pm.
When: The Bombay Canteen, Kamala Mills, near the Radio Mirchi office, Lower Parel. Tel: 022 4966 6666.

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MUSIC
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19
All That Jazz with The Many Roots Ensemble at The Little Door
Pune-based multi-genre band The Many Roots Ensemble will perform at this 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.
When: Tuesday, September 19 at 8.30pm.
Where: The Little Door, Plot B31, Shree Siddhivinayak Plaza, Ground Floor, New Link Road, Andheri (West). Tel: 99209 83836.

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20
Kush Upadhyay Group at AntiSocial
Blues-rock guitarist and composer Kush Upadhyay, who is from the city, will play the Mumbai leg of the launch tour for his debut album Impulsive Decisions. The entry fee is Rs300 per person. For more information, see the Facebook event page
When: Wednesday, September 20 at 9pm.
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 21
An Evening of Gwalior Gharana at the NCPA Little Theatre
This event dedicated to the Gwalior Gharana, considered one of the foremost schools of Hindustani classical music, will comprise a listening session of archival recordings featuring one of its leading exponents, nineteenth-century vocalist Krishnarao Shankar Pandit; and a screening of Delhi-based filmmaker Nandit Desai’s Hindi documentary Gwalior: A Journey of Indian Music (2016), which will be shown with English subtitles. Admission is free and on a first come, first served basis. For details, see here.
When: Thursday, September 21 at 6.30pm.
Where: Little Theatre, National Centre for the Performing Arts, Nariman Point. Tel: 022 2282 4567.

Sennheiser Top 50 Season 3 Grand Finale at Hard Rock Cafe Worli
Bangalore-based folk-fusion band The Raghu Dixit Project will headline the grand finale of nation-wide band competition Sennheiser Top 50. The gig will feature sets by last year’s winner, Kashmiri and Urdu alternative rock group Parvaaz, which is also from Bangalore, and 2017 contenders, jazz-influenced rock band Avora Records from Aizawl; rock ‘n’ roll group Knight Shades from Delhi; progressive rock band The Family Cheese from Mumbai, and pop-rock group When Chai Met Toast from Kochi. To book a spot, the cover charge of Rs750 per person can be paid in advance on Insider.in. For more information, see the Facebook event page.
When: Thursday, September 21 at 8.30pm.
Where: Hard Rock Cafe, Bombay Dyeing Mills Compound, Pandurang Budhkar Marg, Worli. Tel: 022 2438 2888.

53 Watts at Fun Republic Social
The second instalment of this new gig series by arts and entertainment company Pinwheelers will feature sets by Mumbai-based alternative rock band Hipnotribe and city-residing rapper Enkore aka Ankur Johar, who will lead a hip hop ensemble called the Dream Team. The entry fee is Rs300 per person. For more information, see the Facebook event page.
When: Thursday, September 21 at 9pm.
Where: Fun Republic Social, Level 3, Fun Republic Cinemas building, Shah Industrial Estate, off New Link Road, Andheri (West). Tel: 022 6022 6044.

Various Artists with Mumdance + Kumail + Tarqeeb at AntiSocial
British producer Mumdance aka Jack Adams will play the Mumbai leg of his three-city tour of India, which has been organised by website and Magnetic Fields organiser Wild City as part of its Various Artist series of electronic music gigs. The show, which is in association with artist and event management company Krunk, will include sets by DJs Kumail Hamid from Mumbai and Tarqeeb aka Ashish Jose from Delhi. The entry fee is Rs300 per person before 11pm and Rs500 per person after 11pm. For more information, see the Facebook event page.
When: Thursday, September 21 at 9pm.
Where: AntiSocial, Basement, Khar Social, Rohan Plaza, 5th Road, near Ramee Guestline Hotel, off S. V. Road, Khar (West). Tel: 022 6522 6324.

CANCELLED Ten Walls + BLOT + Potter at Summer House Cafe
Lithuanian house music producer Ten Walls aka Marijus Adomaitis will perform a gig that’s part of his tour to promote his new album Queen. Electronic music DJs BLOT aka Gaurav Malaker from Delhi and Potter aka Krishna Luthria from Mumbai will play supporting sets. The entry fee is Rs500 per person before 11pm and Rs800 per person after 11pm. For more information, see the Facebook event page.
When: Thursday, September 21 at 10pm.
Where: Summer House Cafe, Mathuradas Mills Compound, Lower Parel. Tel: 82918 90605.

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THEATRE
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19
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 19 to Sunday, September 24 at 7pm.
Where: Experimental Theatre, National Centre for the Performing Arts, Nariman Point. Tel: 022 2282 4567.

Dhumrapaan at Prithvi Theatre
In this Hindi and English play directed by Akarsh Khurana and written by Adhir Bhat, a bunch of employees discuss work and life stresses in the smoking area of an office building. Tickets priced at Rs175 per person for the show on Tuesday and at Rs250 per person for the performances on Wednesday are being sold on Bookmyshow.com.
When: Tuesday, September 19 at 9pm and Wednesday, September 20 at 7pm and 9.30pm.
Where: Prithvi Theatre, Janki Kutir, Juhu Church Road, Juhu. Tel: 022 2614 5917.

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21
Peer Ghani at Prithvi Theatre
Director K. K. Raina’s Hindi version of Ibsen’s Peer Gynt is set in Kashmir in the 1980s. Peer is the impoverished son of a man who wasted away the family wealth on a lavish life. His mother hopes that he will restore their fortune but Peer is more interested in telling stories and wandering the world. Peer Ghani stars Raina, Ila Arun, Rahul Bagga, Vijay Kashyap, Shilpa Mehta, Ashwin Mushran and Aditi Sharma. Tickets priced at Rs475 per person are being sold on Bookmyshow.com.
When: Thursday, September 21 at 8.30pm.
Where: Prithvi Theatre, Janki Kutir, Juhu Church Road, Juhu. Tel: 022 2614 5917.

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ART & PHOTOGRAPHY
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18
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
A group show, organised in collaboration with the Institute Francais en Inde and Alkazi Foundation for the Arts, which features 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.

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21
Studio Visit with the Gawde Family in Fort
Carpe Arte, a group of art enthusiasts, will conduct a visit to the studio in Fort of artist Sunil Gawde, his wife Usha, who is also an artist, and their daughter Durga, a sculptor. To book a spot, join Carpe Arte’s Facebook group and send a Facebook message to either Nathan Wadhwani or Natasha Jeyasingh. There is no fee. For more information, see the Facebook event page.
When: Thursday, September 21 at 6pm.
Where: Fort; the address will be provided to those who register.

POSTPONED ‘The Cult Of Chaturmaharajikas In Early Indian Art’ at the K. R. Cama Oriental Institute
Associate professor of Indology at Tilak Maharashtra Vidyapeeth in Pune, Manjiri Bhalerao, whose areas of research include Buddhism and ancient Indian art and architecture, will present a talk about the depictions of the Chaturmaharajikas, the four guardian kings of the four quarters of the earth, in Buddhist art and iconography. There is no entry fee. For more information, see here.
When: Thursday, September 21 at 6pm.
Where: Dr. Sir J. J. Modi Memorial Hall, K. R. Cama Oriental Institute, 136 Bombay Samachar Marg, opposite Lion Gate, Fort. Tel: 022 2284 3893.

ONGOING
Annual Benefit at Mumbai Art Room
As par of its annual benefit this year, Colaba gallery Mumbai Art Room will host the Mumbai launch of Delhi-based photographer Dayanita Singh’s Museum Bhavan, a “pocket museum” in the form of box containing a set of images, which are arranged thematically as nine “mobile museums”. Also on display are limited edition ceramic plates designed especially for the event by capital-residing artist Subodh Gupta. Proceeds from the sales of Museum Bhavan and the plates will contribute towards the annual programmes and operating expenses of the Mumbai Art Room, which will be relaunched as a lab for emerging Indian and international curators with a talk on Wednesday, September 20 at 6.30pm. Curator Diana Campbell Betancourt will speak about Singh’s work at the talk. To attend the talk, RSVP by sending an email to shambhavi@mumbaiartroom.org. For more information, see here and the Facebook event page.
When: Until Wednesday, September 20. Open Tuesday to Saturday, from 11am to 7pm; Sunday and Monday, closed.
Where: Mumbai Art Room, Ground Floor, Pipewala Building, Fourth Pasta Lane (opposite Colaba market lane and Camy Wafers), Colaba. Tel: 98198 43334.
Update: The event on Wednesday has been cancelled.

Art Space Germany at Goethe Institut/Max Mueller Bhavan
This show of art in various media, which examines Germany as a “space of art”, features 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.

Drawing Phantoms by Minam Apang at Chatterjee and Lal
Goa-residing 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: 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 aaoad, Colaba. Tel: 022 2202 3787.

Light Works at the National Gallery of Modern Art
A retrospective of over 300 images of Indian film stars 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.

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: 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: 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.

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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