Kareena, Taimur And Jeh Enjoy A ‘Spectacular’ Day At NMACC; Both Kids Simply Loved This Particular Exhibition

by Tejashee Kashyap
Kareena, Taimur And Jeh Enjoy A ‘Spectacular’ Day At NMACC; Both Kids Simply Loved This Particular Exhibition

The journey of Mumbai’s transformation into an art space is deeply intertwined with its rich history and vibrant culture. And institutions like Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre (NMACC) have brought in artistic revitalisation across the neighbourhood. Even Bollywood actor, Kareena Kapoor spent some quality time with her two sons at Mumbai’s NMACC’s galleries on Sunday, and they had a blast!

Kareena Kapoor Visits NMACC India

Kareena Kapoor Khan spends some quiet time with her children Taimur and Jeh away from the craziness of busy shoots and projects. On the official NMACC Instagram account, Kareena and her children were sitting on a bench wearing their biggest smiles. They were seated in front of a massive spaghetti painting.

Kareena discussed her time at the exhibition in another video clip. She tells her two kids, Taimur and Jeh, enjoy coming here. They experienced a sense of being taken to another universe. “We were transported to Milan instantly,” the caption of the photo read. “What was amazing was that the kids had a blast and they actually thought they are in the spaghetti world, which is a unique kind of experience.”

Kareena and her sons watched this exhibition, “Run As Slow As You Can” which presents an immersive sensory overload to test our engagement with visual stimuli in a world that is becoming more and more virtual.

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What Is The Exhibition About?

NMACC is hosting the largest immersive exhibition. It is by two founders of the renowned Italian creative studio and image-based magazine, TOILETPAPER. ‘Run As Slow As You Can,’ is currently on display in Mumbai.  The show is curated by Mafalda Millies and Roya Sachs.

The show is divided into four volumes and explores our existence in a world. The world that is becoming more virtual and inundated with striking visual stimuli. The best way to describe the exhibit as one navigates its four floors and chapters is as a sensory overload.

Through a fusion of public art initiatives, galleries and diverse artistic forms, the city has embraced its role as a canvas for the imagination. Mumbai’s transformation into an art space is a great metamorphosis to witness.

So, have you checked the art exhibition?