An exhibition of paintings and installations by Indian artist Atul Dodiya, depicting the kaleidoscopic changes to the city of Mumbai (Bombay), is being held at The Japan Foundation Forum in Akasaka, Tokyo.

Dodiya’s style is said to reflect India’s urban culture, and his masterpieces are influenced by the everyday lives of people in large cities such as Mumbai, a melting pot of different cultures.

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