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Exhibitions in Delhi

Despite the busy schedule of the people of Delhi, its citizens still find time to appreciate art through various exhibitions. Pragati Maidan the headquarters of the India Trade Promotion Organization (ITPO) serves as the premier exhibition complex of India. 

This complex has been rated as classic exhibition complex which is a symbol of Modern Fair culture in India. The exhibitions are held at this place since 1952. This was known as fair ground in early days which was lately named as “Pragati Maidan”.  The complex with all facilities holds national and international trade fairs. The exhibitions are conducted with the objective of encouraging and promoting study and research in the fields of creative arts such as painting, photos, handicraft, printing, etc.

Art Exhibition in Delhi

The art exhibition is conducted in various parts of Delhi. The art pieces or artwork to be exhibited are selected on the basis of the quality of execution, freshness of images, innovative use of materials, novel application of colour and freshness of stylistic markers in the works. 

Some of the places where art exhibitions are held are:

Art exhibition in Delhi
Address: 17/2868, Beadon Pura, Karol Bagh, New Delhi-110005

Delhi Art Gallery Private Limited
Address: 11, Hauz Khas Village, New Delhi-110016
Ph: (011) 46005300

Vadehra Art Gallery
Address: D-40, Defence Colony, Delhi
Ph: (011) 24622545

Art Mall
5, Shivaji Marg, Najafgarh Road Industrial Area, New Delhi
Ph: (011) 25449650

Gallery Escape
Address: 16, Community Center, New Friends Colony East, New Delhi
Ph: (011) 26922947

KAM Art Gallery
Address: 4b/62, Salwan School Marg, Old Rajender Nagar, New Delhi

NSIC Exhibition Grounds
Address:NSIC Exhibition Grounds, New Delhi - 110020
Office Address: C/o Seventh Plane Networks Pvt Ltd., HS 37, 1st Floor, Kailash Colony Market, New Delhi-110048

Lalit Kala Academy
Rabindra Bhavan, 35, Ferozeshah Road, New Delhi-110001
Ph: 011 - 23009200
Fax: 011 - 23009292

National Gallery of Modern Art (Ministry of Culture, Govt. of India)
Jaipur House, India Gate, New Delhi - 110003
Ph: 011 - 23386111
Fax: 011 - 23384560

Painting Exhibition in DelhiPainting Exhibition in Delhi

Delhi has several world renowned painters. Their exhibitions are held all over the city in various galleries. 

In the recent painting exhibition organised by Siddhartha Vashishta Charitable Trust for two-days displays the artwork of Tihar Jail inmates and some upcoming artists. 

The trust was started by Jessica Lall murder convict Siddhartha Vashishta relative Manu Sharma. A painting exhibition named Company Paintings reflects the details of documents major expressions of 19th c. The paintings showcase about Indian Miniatures and European naturalism.

Art Heritage Gallery
Triveni Kala Sangam, 205, Tansen Marg, New Delhi – 110001
Ph: +91-11-23719470,
Mobile : 09818696193

Twin Art Gallery,
Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts
1, C. V. Mess, Janpath, New Delhi – 110 001
Ph: 23388155

MF Husain Gallery,
Jamia Millia Islamia
New Delhi

Ojas Arts
I AQ, Qutub Minar Roundabaout, New Delhi 110030
Ph:  011-26644145, 011-26645223

Photo Exhibition in DelhiPhoto Exhibition in Delhi

Photo exhibition in Delhi is conducted at various locations. Delhi Photo Festival 2013 has received approximately 2349 exhibits from 90 countries. Many photo galleries have come together to celebrate this Delhi Photo Exhibition. Photo exhibition is mostly held in:

In a recent photo exhibition held between 12th July 2013 till 14th July 2013 in Delhi named “Bastar – A Lost Heritage” focused on retrospective theme of the black-and-white photographs of the 1950s by Ahmed Ali, curated by Renu Rana. The photograph by Mr Ali, currently aged 91, has been working in this field since 1940’s. His works includes portraits of British families, going on to advertising and industrial photography as well.

In a most recent exhibition held on 16th September 2013 named as “Certain Grace- THE SIDI: INDIANS OF AFRICAN DESCENT" by Ketaki Sheth's display the collection of photographs on “Indians of African descent” who from many centuries migrated to India representing the details about community and sensitively.

India Habitat Centre
Address: India Habitat Centre and Nazar Foundation, Delhi
Ph: (011) 41504521

A Photography Quarterly
Exhibition on view at Siddhartha Hall, Goethe Institute/Max Mueller Bhavan
3, Kasturba Gandhi Marg New Delhi
Ph: 011 2347 1100

Various exhibitions are also held at Lalit Kala Academy. Lalit Kala National Academy of Art which is an Artists’ Welfare Trust holds art exhibitions. The National Academy award winners are from different states in India.

Fashion Exhibition in Delhi

Fashion exhibition in Delhi showcase the new design by the new designers. The fashion exhibition had 30 selected designers representing new designers like Mayur Girotra (wedding collection), Dabiri (traditional wear), Ami Grewal (cocktail dresses), Sanjana Jon (evening wear), Zarri Gotta's (festive wear), etc.

Luxury Style and Fashion Exhibition
Address: The Killa, Mehrauli, New Delhi-110001
Ph: 9999015105

"L.I.F.E" Luxury Indulgence and Fashion
Address: Hyatt Regency, Bhikaji Cama Place, Delhi

Handicraft Exhibition in Delhi

Handicraft exhibition at “Dastkar South Asian Bazaar” showcases the cultural diversity of crafts manufactured in South Asian countries. One of the Asia’s largest Handicraft exhibitions is hosted by EPCH. at

The EPCH objective of exhibition is to generates sale, create business opportunities, etc successfully in India. The items displayed in the exhibition includes House-ware, Decorative, Gifts, Fashion Jewellery, Accessories, Eco friendly products, etc

R Expo
Address: Main Bazar Road, Pahar Ganj, Connaught Place, New Delhi
Ph: (011) 23580542

Indian Handicrafts and Gifts Fair
Address: EPCH House, Pocket-6 and 7, Sector C, LSC, Vasant Kunj, New-Delhi
Ph: (011) 26135256

Printing Exhibition in Delhi

In India the establishment of the Indian printing industry is worth about US$ 14 billion with growth percentage of 14-15% every year. 

There are about 8000 weekly and fortnightly newspapers/periodicals published in Indian languages. Approximately in India they have 250,000 small, medium and large scale printers.

Interprint Expo
Address: Delhi Printers' Association, Flat 26A, Shankar Market, Connaught Place, New Delhi-110001

India Sign + Digital
Address: S.S Events, 406, Sant Nagar, East of Kailash, New Delhi-110065

MGF Hyundai Building, Ground Floor, 1 Jhandewalan, Faiz Road, New Delhi – 110005
Ph: 9111-2875-5940/41/42

Printer’s Devil
252 A/2 Shahpur Jat, Opp. Panchsheel Commercial Complex, New Delhi, 110016
 Ph: 01140501660

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