Discover our gallery and institutional participants from India and around the world

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1×1 Art Gallery

Located in Dubai’s cultural district in Alserkal Avenue, 1X1 Art Gallery focusses on South Asian contemporary artists, whilst also nurturing local talent and artists based in the Middle East. The gallery is known for organising large scale projects, experiments and exhibitions in its space, and also runs a bookstore dedicated to South Asian art, culture and literature.

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Aakriti Art Gallery

Since its founding in 2005, Aakriti Art Gallery has always strived to showcase the finest selection of Indian modern and contemporary art. At its Kolkata space, the gallery runs exhibitions and programmes including workshops, art camps and seminars. Aiming to engage with a cross-section of audiences and new collectors, the gallery has expanded into an online shop, selling works across categories from traditional paintings, sculptures, prints and graphics to new media like conceptual art, video art, installations and experimental art.

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Aicon Art

Aicon Art is a New York based art gallery serving as a vital platform for modern and contemporary artists from South Asia, Middle East and diaspora to realize their vision in a global, ever-shifting world. Along with in-depth focused solo shows, the gallery presents a programme of curated group exhibitions linking the contemporary with modern, to produce unexpected congruences, highlight multiple modernisms, and complexify the contemporary.

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Aicon Contemporary

An offshoot of the 20 year-old Aicon Gallery, Aicon Contemporary seeks to bridge the Eastern and Western contemporary art landscapes through exhibitions and outreach programmes. Always presenting important, challenging and cutting-edge art and artistic practices, the gallery represents prominent, globally renowned artists such as Adeela Suleman, Abdullah Syed and Promotesh Das Pulak.

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Akar Prakar

Founded in 2004, Akar Prakar traces its roots to a family of Indian modern and contemporary art collectors spanning three generations. Operating between its spaces in Kolkata and New Delhi, the gallery’s exhibitions, programmes and collaborations are deeply reflective of artists and art movements from the Indian subcontinent, with recent expansion into South-East Asian art and culture.

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Akara Art

Nestled in Mumbai’s art district and located in an iconic art deco building, Akara Art represents an eclectic range of artists, from modern masters to forward-looking contemporaries. Since its establishment in 2009, the gallery has provided a platform for a variety in Indian artistic practices, with exhibitions and programmes focussing on paintings, sculptures and photographs.

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Anant Art

Since opening its doors to the public in 2003, Anant Art has promoted uncompromising and imaginative presentation of contemporary Indian and South Asian artists. The gallery has a carefully structured and dynamic public programme, with several successful exhibitions, artist residencies and participation at art fairs to its credit. Featured artists include Probir Gupta, Aisha Khalid, Ghulammohammad Sheikh, Rehana Mangi, Arslan Farooqi, Dhara Mehrotra, Digbijayee Khatua and Laxmipriya Panigrahi.

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Apparao Galleries

Apparao Galleries is a leading Indian gallery with outposts in Chennai and New Delhi. Since its founding in 1983, the gallery has built a strong reputation for representing an exceptional range of modern and contemporary Indian artists. Along with organising compelling exhibitions, Apparao Galleries also runs a critically engaging and ambitious outreach programme to encourage academic research and international exchange.

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Archer Art Gallery

Archer Art Gallery started its journey as a small graphic studio in 1978. Through the years, Archer’s main focus has been to facilitate high-quality, limited-edition serigraphs and prints by some of the India’s most influential artists including Manjit Bawa, Thota Vaikuntam, Jyoti Bhatt, Anjolie Ela Menon and many more. Additionally, the gallery also exhibits a fine selection of original works by modern masters.

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Art Alive Gallery

Established in 2001, Art Alive Gallery is committed to promoting emerging perspectives in Indian art and nurturing a culture of engagement among artists and art connoisseurs. The gallery presents a holistic showcase of contemporary art from the country through its curated exhibitions and retrospectives, artist talks and extensively researched books and catalogues. The artist roster includes established masters as well as contemporary artists like Sakti Burman, Maite Delteil and Tara Sabarwal amongst others.

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Art Centrix Space

Founded in 2014, Art Centrix Space is nestled in a beautifully landscaped sculpture garden in New Delhi. Through its curated programme of exhibitions, collaborative projects and annual presentation at India Art Fair, the gallery highlights artists and artistic practices which draw on global inspirations while being rooted in a distinctly Indian aesthetic. 

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Art District XIII

Art District XIII was established in 2014 as a platform to unite artists and patrons in their journeys of aesthetic learning and growth. With multiple exhibitions interrogating diverse mediums ranging from painting and sculptures to installations and textile art, the gallery has cultivated relationships with eminent artists such as Jagannath Panda, Jayanta Roy, Paul Davies, Arun Kumar, Ryan Lobo and Ram Rahman amongst others.

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Art Explore

Founded in 2016, Art Explore strives to showcase compelling Indian contemporary art and artists. Appealing to audiences across diverse backgrounds, their well-researched and relatable programme features award-winning names alongside raw, new talent. Versatile in curation and accessible in approach, the gallery’s exhibitions and events are for everyone to cherish and enjoy. 

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Art Heritage

Art Heritage is committed to promoting awareness, education and appreciation of modern and contemporary Indian art. Since its establishment in 1977, the gallery has positioned itself as both a commercial arts space and a public museum through its scholarly programme. Curated exhibitions and retrospectives, illustrated talks, and publishing books and catalogues celebrating the work of distinguished modern masters as well as new, emerging talent form the structure of its programme.

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Art Houz

Art Houz is a leading contemporary art gallery from south India, focussing on young, emerging artists with experimental practices. Working on its role as a weaver of compelling visual narratives, the gallery has played a key role in expanding the horizons for artists and audiences from the region through significant exhibitions and programmes anchored in the context and emotions of traditional as well as contemporary, avant-garde art.

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Art Indus

Since its founding in 1997, Art Indus has worked with a broad roster of  artists, from India’s leading modernists to contemporary artists. Continuing to grow in scale and influence, the gallery has produced numerous landmark exhibitions and publications, recognising the critical role of art in shaping cultural identity and reflecting present society.