SOCIAL celebrates the context and culture of its neighbourhood. Ghatkopar’s history has been lost under mammoth construction and infrastructure projects. Back in the late 1800’s Ghatkopar was a largely barren land with big parcels of land owned by industrialist families. During the peak of the British Raj in India, Raja Ravi Verma’s lithographic printing press was set up in Ghatkopar. Ravi Verma's method of printing -oleographs, allowed for art to be accessible to the common man. His art percolated into all forms of communication and defined the Indian vernacular language. At Ghatkopar SOCIAL these layers have been peeled back to bring into the foreground, this rich art history that is unbeknownst to most people. The space pays homage to this form of art with an insightful and edgy narrative




Ghatkopar Social

Unit G73, Ground Floor,
North Wing, R-City Mall,
Lal Bahadur Shastri Marg,
Amrut Nagar, Ghatkopar West,
Mumbai, Maharashtra 400086
Ph: 08657047426