More than 5,500 pieces of Indian art and handicrafts are on display at the Jaya He, GVK New Museum, a large new art space in Mumbai which happens to be in an airport. Vindu Goel visits the site.

You could easily pass through the most sprawling art museum in India without realizing you had even been there.
Scattered throughout the four levels of Terminal 2 of Mumbai’s international airport are more than 5,500 pieces of Indian art and handicrafts, including tribal totem poles and a 3-D map of Mumbai built from recycled chips and circuit boards. Together they make up the Jaya He, GVK New Museum.
The X-shaped, ultramodern terminal handles all international and many domestic flights for the country’s commercial hub.. Keep reading on The New York Times