• The Printed Picture Chandigarh - Punjab Lalit Kala Akademi
  • Kripal Singh retrospective Jaipur - Jawahar Kala Kendra
  • DAG booth at Masterpiece London 2018 Virtual Tour
  • Celebrating 25 years of Art Our New Identity
The Printed Picture
Chandigarh - Punjab Lalit Kala Akademi

Following exhibitions in New Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Baroda and Jaipur, DAG’s most extensively travelled exhibition, The Printed Picture, Four Centuries of Printmaking, is scheduled to open next at Punjab Lalit Kala Akademi in Chandigarh from mid-September for a period of one month. Curated by Dr. Paula Sengupta, the exhibition explores the history and development of Indian printmaking with rare and exceptional works on view. Dates for public viewing and workshops will be announced shortly.

Kripal Singh retrospective
Jaipur - Jawahar Kala Kendra

The debut edition of the Indian Ceramics Triennale will be held in Jaipur’s Jawahar Kala Kendra from August 31 to November 18, 2018. The exhibition, Breaking Ground: International Investigations in Clay includes works by India’s and the world’s leading ceramic artists. DAG is pleased to support the Triennale with a retrospective of Padma Shri artist Kripal Singh Shekhawat (1922-2008) who trained under Nandalal Bose at Santiniketan and travelled to Japan to continue his studies further. On his return to Jaipur, Kripal Singh took upon himself the onus of reviving the lost art of blue pottery at the urging of Gayatri Devi and Kamladevi Chattopadhyay. The retrospective, curated by ceramic artist and teacher Kristine Michael, explores Kripal Singh’s twin worlds as a painter and a potter.

DAG booth at Masterpiece London 2018
Virtual Tour

The DAG booth at Masterpiece London got a lot of attention and was rated in the top 7 must see booths by Artnet. We are happy to provide you an experiential journey of the booth via a virtual tour at the click of a button: Virtual Tour

Celebrating 25 years of Art
Our New Identity

Established in 1993, in what was New Delhi’s hip and happening cultural urban ‘village’, and christened DAG - who would have thought that simple desire to promote art in the capital would go on to become a powerhouse for Indian modern art? Ashish Anand’s keen sense led him to a primary study of what was a laggard art scene with no acknowledgement of the masters who had gone into decline. As befitting that responsibility, and its expansion with galleries in Mumbai and New York, a decision was taken in December 2017 to rename the establishment DAG, a mantle that extended to encompass a diverse range of programming options that have included research, archiving, publications, education, and the loan of works for important international exhibitions and biennales. Our participation in international art fairs and production of historic exhibitions have transcended geographical locations to create conversations around modern art from the region, thus stepping up our presence in curatorial practices in museums and in cultural and art discourses. DAG’s new branding commemorates its 25 years with a range of programmes spread through the year. Watch this space for details.

Gallery Locations
  • New Delhi

    11, Hauz Khas Village
    New Delhi - 110016
    Telephone: +91 11 4600 5300
    Timings: 10:30AM - 7:00PM (Monday - Saturday)

  • Mumbai

    58, Dr. V.B. Gandhi Marg, Kala Ghoda,Fort
    Mumbai, Maharashtra 400001
    Telephone: +91 22 4922 2700
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  • New York

    The Fuller Building
    41 East 57 Street, Suite 708
    New York, NY 10022
    Telephone: +1 212 457 9037
    Timings: 10:00AM - 6:00PM (Monday - Friday)