Pune-based artist Sachin Tekade is hosting an exhibition which, we're told, is inspired by "the demolishing of old and unwanted architectural structures" to create a body of work that can be viewed, he says, as 'architectural deconstruction'.
The press release informs that Sachin has experimented extensively with the textural qualities of paper to arrive at a poetic and pristine style of art-making that comprises, Haikus in Paper.
While we don't yet know if these works serve as tangible form of those evocative poems of 17 syllables each, we would certainly want to drop by to check out the series that might, we imagine, be a comment on what living in Mumbai might more sooner, than later become.
Till MArch 15
From 10 am to 6 pm (closed on Sundays and alternate Saturdays)
Where The Loft, New Mahalaxmi Silk Mills, Mathuradas Mills Compound, Tulsi Pipe Road, Lower Parel.
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