Artists’ Centre in Mumbai, is back

After a hiatus following a legal hassle in 2019, the much-anticipated re-opening of the Artists’ Centre Gallery, now called Nitya Artists’ Centre was celebrated with resounding success as veteran artist Prakash Bal Joshi’s exhibition ‘River Returns’ marked the inaugural event. The gallery’s relocation to its new venue in Prabhadevi marked a significant milestone, drawing art enthusiasts and esteemed members of the art fraternity to witness the grand unveiling of this iconic space. Prakash Bal Joshi’s evocative abstract artworks added an extra layer of depth to the evening, captivating attendees and setting a high standard for the forthcoming exhibitions.

Seen at the do were art historian Dr. Saryu Doshi (Trustee Emeritus – Nitya Artists’ Centre), theorist Ramdas Bhatkal, eminent artists Vilas Shinde, Brinda Miller (Chairperson & Trustee - Nitya Artists’ Centre), Baiju Parthan, Gautam Patole, Nayanaa Kanodia, custodians Rajendra Patil and Minakshi Patil, theatre personality Dolly Thakore, artists Vipta Kapadia, Ami Patel, Madusudan Kumar, Dipti Desai, Sanjukta Barik, influencer Manjari Varde, lensman Pradeep Chandra, filmmaker Santoshee Gulabkali Mishra among others.

Prakash Bal Joshi’s River Returns will be on at Nitya Artists’ Centre until 8th March 2024. Address: 103, 1st floor, Siddhi Vinayak Grandeur, Opp. Ravindra Natya Mandir, Sayani Road, Prabhadevi.

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