Mumbai's mills on canvas
D rop in at the Chemould Prescott Road where the artist — Meera Devidayal will give a walk-through of her most recent exhibition, A Terrible Beauty
D rop in at the Chemould Prescott Road where the artist — Meera Devidayal will give a walk-through of her most recent exhibition, A Terrible Beauty.
Meera Devidayal’s artwork from the exhibition, A Terrible Beauty
Adding to the excitement and bridging the distance between the artist and the audience, will be historian Gyan Prakash and architect Rahul Mehrotra, who will engage in an invigorating conversation at the venue.
Artist Meera Devidayal
Devidayal premises her artworks on the city’s now-deserted mills that are glossed over with flower beds and fountains to evoke ironical connotations, justifying the title. As these once-humming mills are now in ruin, Devidayal shows how they’ve been ‘romanticised’.
On: July 5, 5.30 pm onwards (registration for the walk-through will be open on the spot). The show is till July 9, 11 am to 7 pm
At: Chemould Prescott Road, Queen’s Mansion, third floor, G Talwalkar Marg, Fort.