June 2014 Show

May 29, 2014 | Events | 0 Comments

I Saw, I Share - an exclusive collection by Mark Rathinaraj. Indian artist Mark Rathinaraj presents his new collection titled 'I Saw, I Share'. In this series he depicts the stories of performing artists in India. Their joyous movements, emotions and grace are reflected through his strong and stark solid lines. A feast for the eyes, and thought for the mind. ...  Read more

Japan Beyond The Kimono

March 29, 2014 | Artists | 0 Comments

JAPAN 365 is the Essential art book of Japan. An excellent hand-drawn retrospective and an amazing feat of sustained creativity. Entirely bilingual in English and Japanese. Artist and English teacher J Muzacz set out on a journey with some sketchbooks and ordinary ball pens. A test of artistic endurance, J drew an A4 (8.5in. x 11in.) piece for everyday of 2011 while living, working and traveling in Japan—A Drawing-A-Day Project for 36...  Read more

Asian Art Takes The Stage

March 22, 2014 | Artists | 0 Comments

Ancient ritual wine vessels, modern contemporary paintings and masterpieces representing Buddhism, Hinduism, Daoism and Shintoism are among the highlights of Asian art sales in New York next week. The Asia Week auctions at Christie’s and Sotheby’s will feature thousands of items in a series of sales that could top US$100mil (RM328mil). Last spring’s auctions totalled more than US$130mil in sales. “We’ve got collectors co...  Read more

Even A Wall Is A Canvas

March 19, 2014 | Artists | 0 Comments

We are getting ready for our next show- this is going to be a solo show, scheduled for June 2014. While packing and getting ready, we got this email from an artist, G Vasudevan, who resides in a coastal town in South India called Pondicherry. He shared some work he did on the walls of the town. "My parents, farmers, still do not understand why I draw and paint. They want me to become a school teacher!" he told us. "I paint because I wan...  Read more

Stories From The Heart

March 17, 2014 | Artists | 0 Comments

Thandavakulam is small fishing hamlet in a town called Nagapattinam. It is quietly located in the far extreme southern tip of India. Besides the village life and the vast empty sea, the stage performance of his father could have inspired his works says G Subbramanian who grew up here. "My father was a theater person in this small village. In those days, men would play the female characters and my father did just that. So, I would accomp...  Read more

We love Vincent!

March 8, 2014 | Artists | 0 Comments

We love Vincent! This video, or rather, project is a tribute to the artist.   Watch this video: ...  Read more

Our very first show!

March 8, 2014 | Artists | 0 Comments

In our inaugural show, we featured the works of artist G Subramanian. On our initial interaction with him he said, "it is believed that with loss , a new life begins. My daughter was diagnosed with cancer and her passing away shattered all possibilities and my life became a standstill". It was his during his visit to the Sistine Chapel in Italy, when he saw Michelangelo’s master piece that he found his path and a whole new meaning to ...  Read more

Welcome to Asian Art Gallery

February 7, 2014 | Artists | 0 Comments

Asian Art Gallery was founded by Santhana Krishnan with a mission to bring together Asian artists, art enthusiasts including novice collectors and art dealers to experience and explore a new found creative journey. Representing both modern and contemporary emerging Asian artists, we are dedicated to enhancing the understanding and appreciation of Asian art. The works of these artists are showcased through curated exhibitions which wi...  Read more