Past Exhibitions

Notorious Rowdies

15 September - 19 October

What began as a fun exploration eventually turned into a serious performance based project, that unearthed each participant’s inner fantasies, and allowed both, participant and artist to delve deeper into notions of violence and voyeurism.


Liminal

11 August - 09 September

Savia Mahajan's first solo exhibition at TARQ will feature the artist's sculptural works that have key linkages to ideas of space, time and being. The exhibition will be accompanied by a catalogue essay written by physicist K. Sridhar.


Remains of the Day

07 July - 05 August

Featuring two series: Half Naked Nude and Unstill Life by Mumbai-based photographer Shahid Datawala, the exhibition explores the idea of the uncanny in everyday objects.


Views of the Spirit - Photographs by Man Ray

26 May - 01 July

TARQ, in collaboration with Mando Galeria (Madrid) is delighted to present "Views of the Spirit" - an exhibition of photographs by Man Ray. This exhibition, made possible with the permission of the Man Ray Trust ADAGP, is the first time the legendary photographer's works are being exhibited in India.


Bibliography in Progress

13 April - 20 May

Samit Das's works and practice find their core in the archive. At TARQ, his works look at urban growth and the cityscape in what will be his first major solo exhibition in Mumbai in the last ten years.


Photowallah

09 March - 08 April

'Photowallah' includes photographs from two bodies of work by artist Waswo X.Waswo: A Studio in Rajasthan and New Myths. In these photographs, Waswo playfully examines the genres of both the ethnographic photograph-as-document that is linked to the colonial era, as well as the fantasy-inspired make-believe that has emanated from traditional Indian portrait studios.


Portraits in Time

20 January - 25 February

Samanta uses portraiture – a theme steeped in historical tradition – in order to delve into time and its impact on memory and recall.


Drawn Space

08 December - 14 January

‘Drawn Space’ marks Vishwa Shroff’s first major solo show at TARQ. Curated by London based writer and curator Charlie Levine, the exhibition brings together four series by the artist that explore the potential of spaces and objects otherwise considered banal, in her medium of choice – drawing.