Art gallery and performance space in the heart of 

Mumbai's creative consciousness

Art and Charlie Culture House

71A Pali Village, Bandra

Welcome to Art and Charlie

We are committed to exploring what lies beyond the white cube. 


We started as a nomadic gallery that curated shows at different venues across Mumbai, and grew to showcase at Mumbai Gallery Weekend in 2021 alongside more-established art houses. During the pandemic, we pivoted to a fully virtual art platform, and are now a full service art gallery in Bandra, the heart of Mumbai’s creative consciousness. 


We represent contemporary visual artists from South Asia whose practices add to anthropological discourses of our time.

A new kind of Gallery

Approachable and evolving beyond art on the wall

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Consulting Entity

From private collection building to commercial space takeovers

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Performance Venue

Live Events, Talks, Film Screenings and Workshops

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Design Shop

A curated collection of finely-made objects, prints, literature, and gifts

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Cafe by SUBKO

A place for the community to drop by anytime

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Voices

Learn more about art with content we publish and platform

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Preview - 29th June, Saturday, 6pm onwards. On view till 09th August 2024

‘Here to stay’

Anup Shrivastava | Arslan Farooqi | Kumar Misal | Laxmipriya Panigrahi | Meghna Singh Patpatia | Poonam Jain | Ravi Kumar Chaurasiya | Saviya Lopes | Vyom | Yogesh Barve

Development means much more than infrastructure. Culture and society also undergo small and big transformations to keep up with the changes in context. These intangible shifts in human consciousness and behaviour over time are felt most deeply through the voices of the forebearers of culture, artists.

We are a complex country with a colonial past, institutionalised allure for the West and deep purpose for a progression in our own identity on the world stage. Areas of development or the lack thereof have impacted our corner of the world in many ways that are different to that of the rest.

Addressing the nuances of our people, contemporary artists in this exhibition voice who we are, what we remember and who we want to be as a society today. Through their own visual language one that is indisputably South Asian in aesthetic, narrative and historical context, they signal change. These artists and their voices are here to stay.

Past Exhibition Catalogues

Three Questions at Once

May '24

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Off Margins

March '24

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Why the fuck should everything be convenient?

January '24

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Present Present

December '23

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Rawanth

October '23

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Dasht-gard

May '23

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Dear Tereza...

March '23

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The Illusion of Home

January '23

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The Garden of Icarus

December '22

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Kal

October '22

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AF Weekender

September '22

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Selected Artworks

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Selected Content

What we're thinking and talking about...
Contemporary art – What makes it special?

Contemporary art – What makes it special?

Can we trace queer references from the Ancient Literature of India?

Can we trace queer references from the Ancient Literature of India?

Queer Identities from Local Traditions

Queer Identities from Local Traditions

National Moon Day - Contemporary art works inspired by the moon

National Moon Day - Contemporary art works inspired by the moon

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Art and Charlie in the News

Mid-Day | Imagining the world after 40 years

Elle Decor | Tasawuur by Sajid Wajid Shaikh

Mid-Day | The idea of India

Mid-Day | 44th
Anniversary Special

Architectural Digest | Shaikh Wajid Shaikh, at Art and Charlie

Vogue | 25 must-visit art exhibits in and around India you need to check out

Mid-Day | A cuppa art in Bandra

Architectural Digest | Bandra is an architectural goldmine of Portuguese and East Indian culture

Free Press Journal | This village in Bandra is an architectural goldmine of Portuguese and East Indian culture

Mid-Day | Mumbai Gallery Weekend | Gallery guide Book

Mid-Day | From sound making workshop to Western Ghat's rock band

Knocksense | Nestled Within the iconic art cultural gallery, Art And Charlie

Homegrown | An Art Lover s Guiden To Bandras Iconic Chapel Road

WSJ | locals guide to mumbai

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