Art Galleries in New Delhi


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*New Delhi Map showing the location of all the major Art Galleries in the City.

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An important city from the historical point of view New Delhi is deep rooted in art and culture.
One of the most popular venues of art in the country New Delhi offers a complete plethora of traditional arts & crafts. The city has given India some of the finest names in the field of art like Anita Dube, Abhishek Hazra and Jayanta Roy. The art and craft culture in New Delhi encompasses paintings, handmade accessories, wooden handicrafts, items made from cane, bamboo, conch-shell, ivory and bell metal etc.

Serving as ideal destinations for the artistically bent the Delhi art galleries form the perfect base for art exhibitions and work shops. Most of the important art galleries in New Delhi deal with the works of some of the biggest names in the field of art and also the budding talents in the city. The collections at the various Delhi art galleries range from bronze images, lamps, ritual accessories; utensils and other items of everyday use; wood and stone carving; ivories, dolls, toys, puppets and masks; jewelry; embroidered textiles, decorative metal ware including bidri work; paintings; terracotta and cane and bamboo work.

Below is a list of the important Art Galleries in New Delhi
Fresh Colours A Reflection Of Art
B-6/6, Near Raghunath Mandir,
LAL Quarter, Krishna Nagar,
Delhi - 110051
Phone: +(91)-9212587934,

National Institute Of Fine Arts
B 97, Vivek Vihar,
Delhi - 110095
Phone:+(91)-9818428725

Rising Sun
K-316/11, Nr Adarsh Property
Dealer, Lado Sarai,
Delhi - 110030
Phone:+(91)-(11)-66242614

Daulat Ram School Of Arts And Handicrafts
1 Lsc, 9 Derawal Mkt, Nr
Pentamed Hospital, Derawal
Nagar, Delhi - 110009
Phone:+(91)-(11)-47560115

Gallery Prospective
Nr-27, Grd Floor, Cross Rd Complex,
Dlf City, PH-3, Nathu Pur Road,
Gurgaon, Gurgaon - 122002
Phone:+(91)-(124)-4284081

Antah Rang A Reflection Of Art
P-48,Pandav Ngr,Mayur Vihar
PH-I, Nr Ahlcon Public School,
Mayur Vihar, Delhi - 110091
Phone:+(91)-11-66363126

Maharaja Arts & Interiors
B-158,Mansarover Garden,
Main Rd, Kirti Nagar,
Delhi - 110015
Phone:+(91)-(11)-66218102

Ganeshas
A-92, Anand Vihar, Delhi - 110092
Phone:+(91)-(11)-66357122

Art Mall Art Gallery
5, Nr Ctc Mall, Dlf Greens,
Harpreet Ford & Mercedes Showrooms,
Shivaji Mg, Najafgarh Rd, Moti
Nagar, Delhi - 110015
Phone:+(91)-(11)-25195937

culture gully
Auditorium Cplx, Sec-29,
Gurgaon, Gurgaon - 122001
Phone:+(91)-(124)-4528000

National Gallery Of Modern Art
Jaipur House, India Gate,
Pragati Vihar, Dr Zakir Hussain
Mg, Pandara Rd, Delhi - 110003
Phone:+(91)-(11)-23384560
Habitat World
India Habitat Centre, Lodhi
Road, Delhi - 110003
Phone:+(91)-(11)-24682052

Lalit Kala Academy
Rabindra Bhawan-35,Mandi
House, Ferozshah Mg,Copernicus
Mg, CP, Delhi - 110001
Phone:+(91)-(11)-23782485

Triveni Kala Sangam
205, Tansen Mg, Mandi House,
Delhi - 110001
Phone:+(91)-(11)-23718833

Krishnas Collection Art Gallery
D-47, Defence Colony,
Delhi - 110024
Phone:+(91)-(11)-66362976

Last Updated on : 1 March 2013





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