3rd February 2023 - 2nd March 2023
In the popular discourse, Santiniketan is synonymous with Rabindranath Tagore. It was Tagore who had broken the typical stylization of Indian landscape painting......
3rd February 2023 - 2nd March 2023
This exhibition by S. Harshavardhana presents a suite of typical arrangements the artist invented for his studies – of geometry and symbolism...
12th January 2023 - 2nd March 2023
Chandra Bhattacharjee’s recent body of work in Veins of the earth is reminiscent of a primitive landscape, an untamed terrain...
8th December 2022 - 27th February 2023
Jigsaw, fragments of chronicles looks through the works of three eminent artists, Surendran Nair, Vivek Vilasini and B Manjunath Kamath....
Born in Tamluk, a historical town in West Bengal in 1965....Learn more
Born in 1964, in Kerala, Vilasini trained as a Marine Radio Officer at the All India Marine College in Kochi...
Born in 1956 in Onakkoor, Kerala, Surendran Nair completed his B.F.A....Learn more
Born 1961, West Bengal, Chandra graduated from the Indian College of Art and...Learn more
Born in Tamluk, a historical town in West Bengal in 1965. He has receivedLearn more
Prints & Publications
Life. Soul. Games. is an illustrated publication featuring works of three renowned artists, master artists Sakti Burman and Maite Delteil whose legacy Maya Burman is taking forward.
A landmark volume: the first to address the entire sweep of Indian art across the subcontinent and South Asia from the beginning of the twentieth century to the present day.
Nature in all its glory has been photographed time and time again. ‘Trees’ has photographs of one of nature’s oldest guardians captured by the well-known photographer Raghu Rai.
Show Openings & Events
5th November 2022 - 25th December 2022
30th January - 2nd February 2020
Curated by Tara Sabharwal
20th January 2020 - 15th February 2020
In the press
Art Alive Gallery
Since its inception, Art Alive Gallery has looked at contemporary Indian art from a holistic lens. Founded in 2001 by Sunaina Anand, the gallery believes in engaging the artists as well as art lovers, stoking the inquisitive nature of the two sides and feeding it with the creative energy that defines the Indian art scene. The shows promoted by the gallery extend beyond the ordinary and intend to bridge the gap between artists and patrons to nurture a culture of engagement with art and encourage a deeper connect between the two worlds.....Learn more
Art Alive Gallery is one of the leading art galleries in Delhi exhibiting a collection of contemporary Indian art including Indian paintings and Indian sculptures. The gallery offers a selection of artworks from artists such as Sakti Burman, Krishen Khanna, Anjolie Ela Menon, Jogen Chowdhury, Laxma Goud, Thota Vaikuntam, Paresh Maity, Arpana Caur, Jayasri Burman, S Harsha Vardhana, Tara Sabarwal, Chandra Bhattacharjee, Sujata Bajaj, Maya Burman among several others. The Gallery has carved a distinct position by creating an effective visual and interactive dialogue through its curated shows of Indian paintings and Indian sculptures. A prominent voice committed to promoting Contemporary Indian Art on the world platform, the gallery has consistently collaborated and held shows at the Royal College of Arts, London, Victoria & Albert Museum, London and Jebiwool Art Museum, Seoul among others exhibiting Indian paintings on the International platform.
Art Alive Gallery has in its repertoire some of the finest names in Contemporary Indian Art such as Sakti Burman and Paresh Maity. Having nurtured a lifelong relationship with the artists, the gallery has witnessed their creativity mature through their art life journeys. Art Alive houses the largest collection of paintings and Indian sculptures by Paresh Maity among other art galleries in Delhi. Being well-known among the Delhi art galleries, Art Alive’s multifaceted approach to art makes it one of the top art galleries in India dealing with Indian paintings.