Museum of Goa is a 1,500 sq m art space showcasing Goa's histories, Goan artists, as well as other meaningful art from around the world. MOG is one of the largest contemporary art spaces in India. The 3 storey structure in Pilerne Industrial Estate is designed by the well-known architect Dean D’Cruz. Standing between industries on one side and forestland on the other, it houses galleries, the MOG Shop, MOG Cafe, an auditorium, and art studio. MOG brings together collectors, art enthusiasts, educators, students and audiences from all walks of life. The Museum hosts exhibitions, workshops, residencies, lectures, discussions, and walks. It welcomes multidisciplinary art forms like paintings, sculpture, photography, design, moving image, music, theatre, poetry, installation – all aimed at creating vibrant and free dialogue. The Museum also provides internship programs that give interns an opportunity to work with renowned artist, Dr. Subodh Kerkar, and interact with many other artists, curators, collectors, art enthusiasts, students and academicians. The artwork shown at MOG is for sale and prices are disclosed on request. Check out their latest exhibitions on MOG social media pages on Instagram and Facebook.
Object highlights: Unexpected Blessings, Anna-Brahma, Parashurama, The Cotton Field, and Goa’s Ark