Covering the art districts of Kala Ghoda and Colaba
Mumbai as a regional art capital? Absolutely!
Mumbai has two neighboring art districts: Kala Ghoda (Black Horse) and Colaba. We will cover them both by visiting the following venues and galleries:
The Prince of Wales Museum, The National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA), the Victorian Keneseth Eliyahoo Synagogue, the legendary Jehangir Art Gallery, which has exhibited blue chip Indian art since 1952. The most significant galleries, like Gallery 7, Max Buehler Bhavan, Delhi Art Gallery, Chatterjee and Lal focuses on the contemporary scene, and there is the newly opened Taj Art Gallery in the Taj Mahal Hotel. Chemould Prescott Road a short distance away.
I am familiar with all the venues and galleries, cause I used to co own a photography gallery here.
Also the architecture here makes the district a living museum.
We will have lunch at the ultimate sea food restaurant Trishna, and coffee at the happening Kala Ghoda Cafe.
It will be 7 hours of discovering traditional and contemporary Indian art.
Before lunch we will cover the Colaba venues and art galleries.
After lunh we will mainly focus on the Kala Ghoda district galleries and venues.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: I will pick you up at any South Mumbai location including the Green Gate at the Cruise Terminal. Let me know where you want to be picked up.
End location: I will drop you off at any South Mumbai location, including the Green Gate of the Cruise Terminal. Let me know where you want to be dropped off.
Duration: 7 hours
An air conditioned car or SUV, and a driver.
My services as your tour guide. An air conditioned car and driver.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
1500 Rupees - About $15 for lunch at Trishna and coffee at Kala Ghoda Cafe.
Meals, drinks, personal expenses, a piece of art you can't live without :)