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Location : Mumbai, Maharashtra
Significance: Most Prestigious And Modern Venue For Indian Artists
Built In: 1952
Donated By: Cawasji Jehangir

Facing Elphistone College and adjacent to the Prince of Wales Museum, this gallery situated at Kala Ghoda is the most prestigious and modern venue for Indian artists. This gallery, with its four exhibition halls, is one of the city's most highly visible art galleries and having to exhibit a work of art here is a great treat for artists.

The unending list of applicants to have their work put up on the walls of this gallery speaks for itself of the great importance and the media attention one attracts. Some might have to wait a couple of years to have their work put up here.

The art gallery was built in the year 1952. Managed by the Bombay Art Society, the entire cost of this beautiful mansion was donated by Cawasji Jehangir.

Tourist Information

Open: On all Days
Timings: 11.00 am to 7.00 pm
Entry: Free


Mumbai being the capital city is well connected by air, rail and road with the important places within and beyond the state. For local transportation taxis, city buses and local trains are available. The Churchgate (Western Railway) and C.S.T. (Central Railway) are the nearest railway stations.


Accommodation is available at the hotels in Mumbai.

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