It’s Complicated: Mehlli Gobhai’s Relationship with Colour – Ranjit Hoskote & Nancy Adajania
Colour, as we see when we walk through the galleries of the NGMA Mumbai, was voice to Gobhai: a voice that announced itself in varying registers, now con brio, now sotto voce, now forte, now pianissimo. It was never silent, never absent.
In March, for Women’s History Month, our team shares their selection of an artwork from the Collection!
Mulling over my memories of Vasudev S. Gaitonde over the years, both consciously and sub-consciously, I am convinced that he was without doubt the finest creative individual I have been fortunate to have known…READ MORE
The trustees and the staff of the JNAF are deeply saddened by the loss of Mehlli Gobhai, a great artist and a valuable member of the advisory council of the Foundation.READ MORE
It is so hard to say good bye to Mehlli Gobhai—one of the finest abstractionists this country has seen and one of the most gracious human beings I have known.READ MORE
A leading abstractionist, an easy-going man and a much revered name in art circles, passes away at 87.READ MORE