What: Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dali and Andy Warhol art exhibit, The Viewing Room, Elysium Mansion, 4th Floor, 7 Walton Road, Colaba Causeway.
Why: Dali's Dance of Time, Warhol's pop-art Mao, and Picasso’s ouevre from just before his death (Imaginaire), are guaranteed to make you go “wow”. Let the three tenors of the art world pop-cube-surreal your weekend.
When: Through March 21, 11 am to 7 pm.
What: Art from Behind Bars - and from those who put them there, Kamal Nayan Bajaj Art Gallery, Bajaj Bhavan, Nariman Point.
Why: Armed with paper, pencil and charcoal, value education expert Kavita Shivdasani gives Maharashtra prisons a break. Collecting art works created by inmates and cops from all over the state, she's displaying them this weekend in Mumbai.
When: Track the arrested development from March 25 to March 31.
What: DJing workshop by French performance artists Slave Farm at Blue Frog, Mathuradas Mills Compound, Lower Parel, to register call 40332336, Rs 500.
Why: A quirky crew of the hip hop singers, one dancer, two graffiti artists and a DJ that make up Slave Farm teach you how to scratch a record. Bonne Chance!
When: March 21 from 3 pm to 5 pm and March 22 from 5 pm to 7 pm.
What: Big Daddy – Pizza’s and More, 12 to 12 home delivery from Bandra to Santacruz, Call 9819930830 / 65144466.
Why: Not many know that after it shut its doors, Tango Tomato, Bandra’s popular café went underground, changed its name (it now goes by the alias Big Daddy) and only makes house calls. When the mafia of munchies calls on you, order the spinach soup and whole wheat focaccia.
When: You want to give in to the mob.
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What: Black briefcase bag for women, street shop next to Café Church Hill, Colaba Causeway, Rs 300.
Why: With metal detailing and shiny patent leather, the boring office briefcase gets a stylish overhaul.
When: You’re looking for cheap chic.
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