The exhibition features 20 pictures that portray the cultural differences between yatras. “At the Kumbh, there were men covered in ash and women dressed in vibrant saris. So, one of my works reflects upon the contrast between the two,” says Vengsarkar.
While his earlier exhibition was an artiste’s view of Mumbai streets, Vengsarkar decided to take the spiritual route with this one.
“India is the epicentre of spirituality. I always wanted to explore this side of my country and its mysteries. This exhibition is a documentation of my soul-searching journey that makes me a yatri,” he says.
The exhibition is on till September 10, at Gallery Art And Soul, Worli, from 10.30 am to 7 pm.