A Tale of Two Cities: Crossing Borders, Boundaries and Temporalities

Gallery Espace, in collaboration with Serendipity Arts Trust and Theertha Artists Collective brings to IGNCA, New Delhi, A Tale of Two Cities, an exhibition which showcased at Serendipity Arts Festival, Goa, 2016. As part of the closing week of the exhibition, Dept. of Sociology, South Asian University (SAU), has collaborated with the project to present…






A Tale of Two Cities – A cross-cultural exchange between contemporary artists in India & Sri Lanka

An art project conceptualised by Renu Modi; Presented by Gallery Espace and Serendipity Arts Trust; Supported by Theertha Artists Collective. Anoli Perera, Bandu Manamperi, Chintan Upadhyay, Jagath Weerasinghe, Manisha Parekh, Manjunath Kamath, Pala Pothupitiye, Paula Sengupta, Pradeep Chandrasiri, Ram Rahman, Riyas Komu A Tale of Two Cities is a year long cross-cultural exchange which brings…






Thangka Paintings from February 1st to 20th at Hauz Khas Village, New Delhi

Thangka, is a Tibetan Buddhist painting on cotton or silk applique. It usually depicts a Buddhist deity, scene or mandala. The word “Thangka” literally means “Things that one unrolls” in classical Tibet. Traditionally kept unframed, they are usually rolled up when not in use, though they are sometimes displayed briefly during religious festivals. Thangka serve…






DAG Modern presents Memory and Identity: Indian Artists Abroad

DAG Modern is pleased to announce the opening Memory and Identity – Indian Artists Abroad on December 19, 2016 in New Delhi. The gallery is bringing together a range of artistic expressions by putting up for a coveted line-up of close to seventy artworks of fourteen prominent modernist masters of the 20th century, who left…