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DAG May 24
K. H. Ara Untitled, Gouache on paper, 29.2" x 21.2" To inquire about this artwork please email us at: info@dagworld.com
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DAG May 23
Sculptor will be the subject of a revelatory retrospective at the . This will mark the first comprehensive display of the artist’s work in the United States. opens June 4th, 2019.
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DAG May 22
Jehangir Sabavala Still life with apples - 1949 Oil on canvas, 23.8" x 32" To inquire about this artwork please email us at: info@dagworld.com
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DAG May 20
Glimpses from ’s Design Weekend, where DAG collaborated with Bo Concept to celebrate their third anniversary in India.
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DAG May 18
Participate in our giveaway! 1. Like and share this post on your page. 2. Tag a friend in the 'Comments' section and let us know why you would like to gift them one of these posters inspired from the art on display at .
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DAG May 18
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DAG May 18
On the occasion of , we would like to thank the , as well as all our visitors, for making our vision for a reality.
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DAG May 18
Since it's opening in February 2019, the Art Museum has seen over 250,000 visitors - with an average of 3,000 people a day. Image courtesy Marc Domage
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DAG May 17
The pioneering use of at has enabled us to break down the conventional barriers of art and explore a new dimension, where our visitors can now experience it through the sense of touch.
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DAG May 17
With the help of , a selection of artworks from the exhibitions currently on display at have been converted into tactile reproductions. Each of these reproductions carry Braille captions in both Hindi and English.
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DAG May 15
| 7 days, 7 themes, 7 hashtags. For today's theme, we're playing a game! Take a screenshot​ as the video rolls​ and let the DAG art collection decide your destination this summer​. DM us your screenshot to play!
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DAG May 14
As today's theme for 2019 calls for us to reveal our secrets, we're taking you with an exclusive glimpse into the ​​transformation ​​of BARRACK NO.4 into , a 'first of it's kind' ​ art ​museum.
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DAG May 13
's works focus on the human body- following a consistent, logical trajectory where she melds historic and mythical references to personal memory. Also a painter, it is her intaglio prints that have established her as one of India’s foremost practicing printmakers
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DAG May 13
| is not a folk artist nor does her work belong to an established ideological or aesthetic movement of modern art. However, she has assimilated folk traditions from her village into a modernist language that the paved way to her own style of art.
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DAG May 13
| Amrita Sher-Gil is one of the India's most celebrated . She encouraged a spirit of defiance against social norms and encouraged women to play a more prominent role within the field of art.
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India Art Fair May 13
Here’s to you, moms! Picture: A sketch by the wonderful of his wife & child, courtesy 👩‍👧
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DAG May 13
This week at - we are kicking off ! 7 days, 7 themes, 7 hashtags 13 May 👩‍🎨 14 May 🕵🕵‍♀ 15 May 🎮 16 May 🌈 17 May 🔎 18 May 📸 19 May 🤗 Stay tuned!
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Sahapedia May 12
with | Motherhood has been extensively represented in Indian art. On Mother’s Day, we look at the relationship between mother and child by 5 modern Indian artists:
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DAG May 11
Known to be one of the oldest and most prestigious Biennales in the world - we were honoured to share some of DAG’s successes from the past year and future plans with the Indian and International art community.
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DAG May 11
Last evening, had the pleasure of hosting a special reception at the Palazzo Dondolo to felicitate the ’India Pavilion’ at the 58th .
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