Fancy yourself an art connoisseur? Then you can’t miss these 4 shows

JAN 10, 2018 | By Team ELLE DECOR
Painted terracotta by Manjunath Kamath at 'Preserving Traditions: The weft and the warp'. Natvar Bhavsar paints a galaxy of colours in his paintings
Pictured: 'Badamee'. Find the rainforests of Sri Lanka in Senaka Senanayake's vibrant exhibition
Pictured: 'Babel' by Senaka Senanayake. Nipun Nayyar captures people, landscapes and more in his photography.

Browse through some of our favourite art show picks for this season, ranging from photography to abstract art:MumbaiOf Miles and Me by Nipun NayyarThe travel and street photographer from NYC will be showcasing clicks from USA, India, Pakistan, Nepal, Australia and the Dominican Republic. The collection features breathtaking natural landscapes, unnoticed details and artsy portraits of people he’s met along the way. When: January 10 – 16, 2018 Where: Jehangir Art Gallery, Kala Ghoda, Fort, Mumbai 01Preserving Traditions: The weft and the warpA spectrum of artists, curated by Veer Munshi, participate in this exhibition, to explore the various inspirations and influences of artists across different generations. Expect to find photographs, paintings on canvas and more from names like K. G. Subramanyan, Gulam Mohammed Sheikh, Madhvi Parekh and Waswo X. Waswo.When: December 21 to January 19, 2018Where: Sakshi Art Gallery, Arthur Bunder Road, Colaba, Mumbai 05

Homecoming by Natvar BhavsarNatvar Bhavsar draws inspiration from the abstract expressionists from 1960s New York for his work, with a range of hues scattered into galaxies of different acrylic pigments. When: November 20 – January 25, 2018Where: DAG Modern, Dr. V.B. Gandhi Marg, Kala Ghoda, Fort, Mumbai 01
New DelhiPaintings by Senaka SenanayakeThe Sri Lankan artist takes us through the forests of Sri Lanka in this colourful collection. Scour the infinite layers within each canvas to find vivid depictions of the depleting rainforests – and why we should save them. Saffronart will be holding the exhibition in collaboration with London-based Grosvenor Gallery. When: January 12 – 24, 2018Where: Saffronart,The Claridges, APJ Abdul Kalam Road, New Delhi 11
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