NEW DELHI GALLERIES
F-213/B, Old MB Road, Lado Sarai, New Delhi - 110030 / 011 - 41602545 / galleryartpositive.com
Gallery Art Positive that emerged on the Indian art scene since 2005, is known for its focus on seminal exhibitions and art initiatives including work by young and established artists that it has organized to-date. Given the unprecedented escalation in qualitative and aesthetic merit of art together with its enhanced monetary value in a volatile market, Art Positive expanded a couple of years ago, as a unit of Bajaj Capital Art House to include the business of art as a holistic initiative building on the in-house expertise of Bajaj Capital Ltd a wealth management company with a 50 year track record. Open: By Appointment Only.
A-1, Neeti Bagh. New Delhi-110049/ 91 11 40687117/ naturemorte.com
Founded in New York's East Village in 1982 and closed in 1988, Peter Nagy revived Nature Morte in New Delhi in 1997 as a commercial gallery and a curatorial experiment. Since then, Nature Morte has become synonymous in India with challenging and experimental forms of art; championing conceptual, lens-based, and installation genres and representing a generation of Indian artists who have gone on to international exposure. The gallery has been located in its multi-level space in Neeti Bagh, central south Delhi, since December 2003. In addition, the gallery has maintained multiple branches in various locations: Berlin (2008-2014), Calcutta (BosePacia Kolkata 2006-2009), and at the Oberoi Gurgaon hotel (2011-2014). Open: Mon–Sat 10 am–6 pm.
F-320, Lado Sarai, New Delhi-110030/ 91 11 46130637/ exhibit320.com
Exhibit320 showcases contemporary art from India and the sub-continent, creating a platform for new thoughts and ideas. The emphasis of the exhibition space is on art that engages in new means, both by thoughts and material. Open: Mon-Sat 10 30am-6 30 pm.
C-84 Neeti Bagh New Delhi – 110049 India/ 91 11 4605 0307/ talwargallery.com
Representing some of the most exciting young artists working today and the Estates of essential 20th century artists from India like Nasreen Mohamedi and Rummana Hussain, Talwar Gallery is a contemporary art gallery focusing on artists from the Indian Subcontinent and its Diaspora. Open: 10.30 am-6.30 pm, Sunday with appointment.
705, Chiranjeev Tower. 43 Nehru Place, New Delhi 110 019/ 91 11 26447971 - 77/ sevenartlimited.com
Seven Art’s initiative is fueled by the drive to support and promote fresh and promising young artists working in a variety of media and practices, daring to support unconventional forms both within the gallery walls and without. Seven Art articulates it’s profile as a platform for artists whose aesthetic and conceptual language is international on the one hand while also specifically rooted in the history and context of SE Asia on the other. Open: Mon-Sat 11 am-7 pm.
Delhi Art Gallery
Hauz Khas Village, Deer Park, New Delhi, India/ 91 11 4600 530/ dagmodern.com/
In the under two decades since it was established, the Dag Modern has become distinguished for its focus on 20th century Indian art. Its museum-like collections range from the early-moderns to the moderns, including all the masters and senior artists of the movement all the way to more recent contemporary art. Open: Monday to Saturday: 10:30 am – 7 pm.
C-84, Neeti Bagh, New Delhi, India/ 91 11 4605 0307/ talwargallery.com/
Representing some of the most exciting young artists working today and the Estates of essential 20th century artists from India like Nasreen Mohamedi and Rummana Hussain, Talwar Gallery is a contemporary art gallery focusing on artists from the Indian Subcontinent and its Diaspora. Underlying the gallery vision is the belief that the artist is geographically located not the art. Their desires to exceed expectations of locality, of self; to extract purpose and significance from their familiar environs, to create, these artists have renegotiated the borders and refuse to singularly site themselves or their work. Their search and their work traverse any simplified categorization based on geography, religion, culture or race. Open: Monday – Saturday 11:00 am – 7:00 pm.
Vadehra Art Gallery
D-40, Defence Colony, Block D, Defence Colony, New Delhi, Delhi 110024, India/ 9111.2461.5368/ www.vadehraart.com
Vadehra Art Gallery was established in 1987 in New Delhi at a time when modern Indian art was still considered exotic and its access limited to a privileged few. The gallery was born out of a vision to build an institution dedicated to Indian art, and the need for a professional platform to connect artists with art lovers.
All India Fine Arts & Crafts Society
1, Rafi Marg, New Delhi-110001/ 9111.2371.1315/ www.aifacs.org.in
The All India Fine Arts and Crafts Society (AIFACS) is an independent arts organisation in India, founded in Delhi in 1928. In the decade after Indian independence, many of its functions were transferred to three national academies: Lalit Kala Akademi, Sangeet Natak Akademi and Sahitya Akademi for the fields of visual arts, theatre arts and literature. The Society also published a newsletter several times a year, and older editions are posted on the society's website since 2010.
167, DLF South Court, Saket District Centre,Sector 6, Pushp Vihar, New Delhi, 110017, India/ 9111.4140.8010/ www.sanchitart.in
Fouded in 2010. Sanchit Art is an Indian art gallery selling modern and contemporary artworks of various Indian master artists. It also aims to bridge the gap between artists working in India and abroad by establishing a platform to show contemporary European art in India while reciprocating the same with curated shows of contemporary Indian art abroad. Open: Mon 11 am-7 pm.