Mumbai’s Phoenix Palladium hosts an art fest until March 8

NITN | @notintownlive | 27 Feb 2021, 09:05 am

Mumbai’s Phoenix Palladium hosts an art fest until March 8 Art Show

Mumbai/NITN: One of Mumbai’s premier shopping addresses, Phoenix Palladium, is hosting an art exhibition called The Luxe Fest until March 8, this year.

The Palladium is located in High Street Phoenix, Lower Parel, Mumbai.

The Luxe Fest showcases the creative works of 24 leading Indian artists through paintings, sculptures and installations dotting the different areas of the mall, such as the Atrium, the Central Courtyard, and the individual floors.

Some of the leading artists whose works  are being exhibited here are Arjun Rathi, Bandana Jain, Baaya Design, Kanhai Gandhi, Hetal Shukla, Hitesh Gilder, Sapana Jain, Kanika Bawa, Mahesh Anjarlekar, Anand Menon, Ajay Patil, Jaideep Mehrotra, Kanika Nanda, Karsihma Wadhwa, Ketan Javdekar, Nachiket Shah, Pooja Bansal, Purva Pandit, Shabana Godhrawala, Sushma Bengani, The Art of Venner, Tasneem Bharmal, Shruti Jhaveri.

Panel discussions across categories- fashion, beauty, lifestyle & art in 2021 are also being held.

Said Rajendra Kalkar, President (West), The Phoenix Mills Limited, “Palladium as a destination always offers something special and engaging for our customers. We only want to amplify the customer experience and satisfaction, driving us to incessantly work towards creating new experiences. With the Luxe Fest, we hope to delight our customers in the most artistic way, besides the great shopping experience we always deliver.”

Palladium is a part of The Phoenix Mills Ltd, one of India’s premier retail led, the mixed-used development company, promoted by Atul Ruia, Managing Director, The Phoenix Mills Ltd.

The elite shopping mall takes its name from the textile mill that was started here in 1905.

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