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    Sakshi Art Gallery

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    Founded in 1984 by Geeta Mehra, Sakshi Art Gallery is a Mumbai-based art gallery specialising in modern and contemporary Indian art. The gallery was originally established in Chennai, with spaces in Mumbai and Bengaluru, and relocated to Colaba, Mumbai, in 1992. In 2009, it opened a branch in Taipei, Taiwan.

    The gallery has presented the work of artists such as MF Hussain, KG Subramanyan, FN Souza, Manjit Bawa, Nalini Malani and Bhupen Khakhar, as well as international artists such as Gregory Crewdson, Julian Opie and El Anatsui. The gallery also participates in art fairs and exhibitions such as the India Art Fair and Art Basel’s Hong Kong and Basel Editions. In 2015, the gallery opened Sakshi Salon in Khar, Mumbai, to work more closely with contemporary artists.


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