Mumbai: The exhibition “Indians In The World” will open in Mumbai from June 10 to June 12.
The exhibition will feature over 50 artists from across India, including Indian-origin artists from India’s most famous artist-owned and operated gallery, Kolkata’s Gopalakrishnan Gallery.
The museum’s director and curator, KV Singh, said the exhibition will highlight the diversity of Indian artists.
Singh said the gallery has over 30 artists from all over the country, with the aim of highlighting the diversity and richness of Indian art.
The artist’s work is a reflection of their individuality and individuality is a statement of who we are, Singh said.
The exhibit will also feature contemporary works by the likes of Tania Surya, Tashkent-based painter Keshav Kumar, and Indian-American artist J.D. Prakash.
Other artists from the gallery will be present in the exhibition as well, with work by Dinesh Thakur, Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra, fashion designer Tushar Kaur and more.
The gallery is located in the basement of the Gopalachen-Ghodbhar-Shukla Road.
The opening of the exhibition comes as India continues to grapple with rising tensions and violence in the country.
The country has seen a surge in the number of killings of Dalits and other minority communities by vigilante groups over the past year.
In June, the police had arrested a Dalit man who allegedly hacked to death a Dalits woman, who was returning home from a party in the southern state of Kerala.