Delhi Art Gallery, New Delhi

Delhi Art Gallery was established in 1993, and has since grown to become a premier institution for art. It boasts of a distinctive collection of early-modern as well as modern and contemporary art, ranging from names such as Rabindranath Tagore and Nandalal Bose to F N Souza, M F Husain and S H Raza, from Avinash Chandra and G R Santhosh to Sohan Qadri and Gogi Saroj Pal, from Chittaprosad to Haren Das, among the over 400 artists in its inventory.  In the under two decades since it was established and as one of the largest repositories of Indian modern art anywhere in the world, Delhi Art Gallery has become distinguished for its focus on 20th century Indian art. Its museum-like collections provide a critical link for everyone from art-lovers, collectors and investors to academicians, scholars and researchers. It has traced, compiled, restored and archived entire collections. Documentation processes across various genres have resulted in some iconic exhibitions, known for their breadth of scale and depth of research. For further information, please visit the website.

Eka is responsible for cataloguing the Nemai Ghosh Collection, recently acquired by the gallery. A preview of the collection was organised for the Nemai Ghosh Archive at the 2nd India Arts Summit in August 2009.