A simple philosophy that manifests the artist’s deepest thoughts and emotions through symbolic application that swerves from the human form to everyday objects, weaving a tale within each frame. The medium is acrylic on canvas board and Pradarshak Gallery encourages these artists and their works enthuse. Situated in Mumbai's suburban Khar, Pradarshak has organised 350 shows at its venue till date.
Pradarshak is probably the smallest gallery of fine art in India and even in Asia. Meaning “Exhibitor' when translated from Hindi to English, the gallery was formed on the 9th of June 1994 to promote rising artists, by facilitating a conducive environment and to bring them forward before the world.
The gallery displays various ranges of work from semi-abstract paintings, contemporary art to figurative paintings.
Over a period of time, the gallery has gained immense goodwill through various activities like introducing Vidyarthi Vishesh for new artists, exhibiting works of contemporary, little known as well as well-known artists and also hosting various workshops that enhance a truly aware art culture.
It conducts group exhibition of Semi-abstract Figurative paintings by various artists such as Rajesh Shah, Ganesh Patil, Shakeel Momin, Rajendra Redkar, Nilesh Pawar, and Sanjay Sable.
Timings: 11a.m – 7 p.m. (Except Sundays & Public Holidays)
100 Kalpana Building, Plot No. 338, 12th Road, West-MumbaiView Larger Map