From bright mosaic roundabouts and a subversive graffiti scene, to hosting India's largest art and design fairs, Delhi has established itself as a major artistic and cultural hub in India. Largely a city of migrants, Delhi is an amalgamation of perspectives, a diverse landscape of urban villages and forest reserves, all of which manifest itself through the range of design studios, artist residencies, non-profits, publishing houses, galleries and museums the city has to offer.
The gallery is a repository of the cultural ethos of the country by showcasing the some of the most significant collection of modern and contemporary art and the changing art forms through the passage of the last hundred and fifty years.
Pulp Society, an art gallery and workshop space has set out to define it by reclaiming printmaking from the peripheries and exploring its potential alongside experimental works on paper as a means of expression.
Committed to innovation and creativity, the Serendipity Arts Foundation supports practice and research in the arts, as well as promotes sustainability and education in the field through a range of cultural and collaborative initiatives.
Government arts organisation focused on the experience and study of the arts ranging from fine art and visual arts to performance art, architecture, and design.