Gallery Espace was established in the year 1989 in New Delhi (India), by opening its doors with an exhibition of autobiographical works by legendary artist M F Husain. Primarily built around the artistic vision of its Founder/Director, Renu Modi, over the past 28 years, Espace has worked with an inter-disciplinary approach, which is visible in the dynamic exhibitions/projects undertaken along with the diverse list of artists represented, which include a few names like: Zarina Hashmi, Nilima Sheikh, Amit Ambalal, Manjunath Kamath, G R Iranna, Ravi Agarwal, Chitra Ganesh, Chintan Upadhyay, Waswo X Waswo with R. Vijay, Manisha Gera Baswani, Abir Karmakar, Dilip Chobisa and Samit Das. Uninhibited by preconceived notions and art movements from the past, Espace has to its credit curated exhibitions, probably some of the first in the Indian art scene. Taking this practice forward, Espace also has embarked on cross-cultural artistic exchanges with artists from South Asian countries in the recent past. Espace continuously a
Introduction to AADI by Gallery Espace
Gallery Espace has promoted diverse mediums ever since its inception in 1989. Primarily built around the artistic vision of its Founder/Director, Renu Modi, Espace opens its doors to Indian Tribal and Folk art forms under the banner ‘AADI by Espace’. This segment exclusively focuses on unexplored areas of Indian Tribal and Folk art, further providing them a larger platform and audience. These art forms play a pivotal role in contemporary art practice and lifestyle too which ‘AADI by Espace’ aims to bring out, through workshops, exhibitions and related activities.