Alisha Sadikot is an independent museums and heritage learning professional instigating critical and creative public engagement with urban histories, art, museum collections and heritage spaces in Mumbai. Her practice, through the Inheritage Project (founded 2011), focuses on educational, family, specialist and other groups from the city.
TARQ, Sanskrit for “discussion, abstract reasoning, logic and cause”, is a contemporary art gallery in Mumbai dedicated to growing a conversation around art from a diverse range of contexts.
Located at Dhanraj Mahal, one of Mumbai’s iconic Art Deco buildings a stone’s throw away from the Gateway of India, TARQ is spread over two floors. Our focus is on maintaining close relationships with our artists and patrons, and to encourage thoughtful acquisitions of art. We plan on showing art that is process driven and provoking. Apart from our regular shows, we are also committed to building an educational structure that enables the art community to grow through thought, discussion and action.
Gulzar Homestay – Nibha Sikander & Sukhdev Rathod
Gulzar is a 20 acres farm situated between the Arabian Sea and the Salav Murud highway with the Phansad Wildlife Sanctuary as a backdrop.