20th edition, the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival
20th edition, the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival
Little Pockets of Hope: The installation made using seeds of different trees draws inspiration from the concept of a lifecycle.
Little Pockets of Hope: The installation made using seeds of different trees draws inspiration from the concept of a lifecycle.
Skywards: The installation represents the results of our relentless dreams, houses scrambling on top of one another vying for every inch of space
Skywards: The installation represents the results of our relentless dreams, houses scrambling on top of one another vying for every inch of space
Trojan: The Trojan Horse, wooden contraption, that allowed the Greeks to put an end to the 10-year-old Trojan war
Trojan: The Trojan Horse, wooden contraption, that allowed the Greeks to put an end to the 10-year-old Trojan war
They Surrendered: Taking into consideration the transformation of Mumbai into a concrete jungle
They Surrendered: Taking into consideration the transformation of Mumbai into a concrete jungle
Tree60 Degrees: The installation is created by Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sanrahalaya (CSMVS) that beautifully portrays the concept of urbanization
Tree60 Degrees: The installation is created by Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sanrahalaya (CSMVS) that beautifully portrays the concept of urbanization
Aparshakti: The Madhubani artworks illustrate ancient Hindu texts and mythology
Aparshakti: The Madhubani artworks illustrate ancient Hindu texts and mythology
I am That I am: The installation is made using mirrors proving the fact that life is like a mirror showing the viewer what he/she thinks of it.
I am That I am: The installation is made using mirrors proving the fact that life is like a mirror showing the viewer what he/she thinks of it.
Kalpavriksha: the tree represents Maharashtra while the branches represent beaches, cuisines, and history.
Kalpavriksha: the tree represents Maharashtra while the branches represent beaches, cuisines, and history.
Embodying National Unity: The installation embodies our national unity. The entire installation represents India’s map while its demographics are portrayed through the water as the elements of nature.
Embodying National Unity: The installation embodies our national unity. The entire installation represents India’s map while its demographics are portrayed through the water as the elements of nature.
20th edition, the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival
Little Pockets of Hope: The installation made using seeds of different trees draws inspiration from the concept of a lifecycle.
Skywards: The installation represents the results of our relentless dreams, houses scrambling on top of one another vying for every inch of space
Trojan: The Trojan Horse, wooden contraption, that allowed the Greeks to put an end to the 10-year-old Trojan war
They Surrendered: Taking into consideration the transformation of Mumbai into a concrete jungle
Tree60 Degrees: The installation is created by Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sanrahalaya (CSMVS) that beautifully portrays the concept of urbanization
Aparshakti: The Madhubani artworks illustrate ancient Hindu texts and mythology
I am That I am: The installation is made using mirrors proving the fact that life is like a mirror showing the viewer what he/she thinks of it.
Kalpavriksha: the tree represents Maharashtra while the branches represent beaches, cuisines, and history.
Embodying National Unity: The installation embodies our national unity. The entire installation represents India’s map while its demographics are portrayed through the water as the elements of nature.

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Kala Ghoda Arts Festival 2018: 10 Art Installations You Simply Cannot Miss!

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Mumbai’s favourite creative platform, the annual Kala Ghoda Arts Festival is back again – with the theme of environmental conservation and sustainable living. Early February is a great time to be in Mumbai, thanks to events ranging from the Mahindra Blues Festival to the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival (KGAF). The arts festival is spread across a number of locations in and around the vibrant Kala Ghoda district. Mumbai’s favourite arts event is a nine-day treat of installations, art works, craft exhibition, literature, culinary workshops, children’s activities, theatre, dance shows and music performances.

DO NOT MISS