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Burma Rising

April 29th – May 14th 2017

Burma Rising | First Contemporary Art Show from Myanmar in Boston

Burma Rising is a celebration of the contemporary artists of Myanmar finding their voice in the international art scene. The works are distinctively Burmese, untouched by the changes in the world outside of the region.

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Past

India Art Fair 2017

2-5 February 2017
NSIC grounds, Okhla Industrial Area, New Delhi

Asian Art Gallery will be at the 2017 India Art Fair.
We will be presenting the works of B. Venkatesan.
www.indiaartfair.in


AAG’s Spring 2016 Show

May 14, 2016 – June 5, 2016
Empathy and Expressions | Dhiraj Choudhury’s 80 years of infinite expressions

Open to public
May 21 & 22, 2016 | 12:00 pm – 05:00 pm
June 4 & 5, 2016 | 12:00 pm – 05:00 pm

Schedule private viewing time at www.calendly.com/aag

Dhiraj Choudhury (b 1936) born in the middle of India’s struggle for freedom, he absorbed the realities of life in those tough times. His works reflect not only those realities but also hint at the influence that revolutionaries like Khudiram Bose, Aurobindo Ghosh, Rasbihari Bose, Subhash Chandra Bose, had on his life. Every work of his is a play in progress, the characters living their part on his canvas.

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Museum of Fine Arts, Boston – Megacities Asia

April 3, 2016 – July 17, 2016

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Asian Art Gallery is a proud sponsor of Megacities Asia, an exhibition in Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Eleven artists sculpt urban reality – Aaditi Joshi | Ai Weiwei | Asim Waqif | Choi Jeong Hwa | Han Seok Hyun | Hema Upadhyay | Hu Xiangcheng | Song Dong | Subodh Gupta | Yin Xiuzhen

The accelerated rise of megacities—those with populations of more than ten million—over the last 50 years has profoundly affected the lives of their inhabitants. Asia is home to more megacities than any other continent: the works by the 11 artists in this exhibition respond to the political, environmental, and social conditions of their home cities of Beijing, Shanghai, Delhi, Mumbai, and Seoul, conveying their textures, proportions, and striking material and visual juxtapositions.


Annual New England Gala 2016

Event Date: March 26, 2016

The American India Foundation is dedicated to catalyzing social and economic change in India and building a lasting bridge between the United States and India through high-impact interventions in education, livelihoods, public health, and leadership development, with a particular emphasis on empowering girls and women to achieve gender equity. Working closely with local communities, AIF partners with NGOs to develop and test innovative solutions and with governments to create and scale sustainable impact. Founded in 2001 at the initiative of President Bill Clinton, AIF has impacted the lives of more than 2.3 million of India’s poor and aims to reach 5 million by 2018. Learn more at www.AIF.org

Asian Art Gallery is proud to support AIF through the charity art auction to raise funds for Maternal and Newborn Survival Initiative.

The artist featured in the charity art auction are,
Abdul Salam | Akhil Chandra Das | Debasish Kulay | Dhiraj Choudhury | Manisha Raju | Manjiri More | Mark Rathinaraj | Poonam Chandrika Tyagi | Priyanka Aelay | Rajkumar sthabathy | Shrikanth Lalasaheb Kadam | Suriyamoorthy | Sweta Chandra | Tapati Sarkar


Art Luminaries of India

Event Date: October 24, 2015

The art extravaganza featured India’s senior-most and celebrated of artists in one venue. Art Luminaries of India is a just showcase of India’s masters of form and color. It will be the world’s window to an appropriate amount of India’s artistic superiority, brilliance, majesty and pride.

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Ethnic Concurrence 2

Event Date: May 16, 2015

The upcoming show in Boston brings together a group of like-minded Indian artists
who believe in a better way to conserve what is left of their ethnicity.


8th Annual New England Gala

Event Date: November 22, 2014

The American India Foundation is committed to catalyzing social and economic change in India and building a lasting bridge between the United States and India through high-impact interventions in education, livelihoods, public health, and leadership development, with a particular emphasis on empowering girls and women to achieve gender equity. Working closely with local communities, AIF partners with NGOs to develop and test innovative solutions and with governments to create and scale sustainable impact. Founded in 2001 at the initiative of President Bill Clinton, AIF has impacted the lives of more than 2.3 million of India’s poor and aims to reach 5 million by 2018. Learn more at http://www.AIF.org


Eighteenth Annual Boston International Fine Art Show

Event Date: November 13-16, 2014

The Boston International Fine Art Show is New England’s premier show and sale of historic, modern and contemporary fine art. A show like BIFAS requires the participation of hundreds of individuals and businesses to bring you one spectacular weekend.

Learn more at www.fineartboston.com


Ninth Annual Chicago Gala

Event Date: November 8, 2014

The American India Foundation is committed to catalyzing social and economic change in India and building a lasting bridge between the United States and India through high-impact interventions in education, livelihoods, public health, and leadership development, with a particular emphasis on empowering girls and women to achieve gender equity. Working closely with local communities, AIF partners with NGOs to develop and test innovative solutions and with governments to create and scale sustainable impact. Founded in 2001 at the initiative of President Bill Clinton, AIF has impacted the lives of more than 2.3 million of India’s poor and aims to reach 5 million by 2018. Learn more at http://www.AIF.org


SIGNATURES

Event Date: October 24, 2014

Asian Art Gallery is delighted to announce the unveiling of the canvas of a celebrity series, SIGNATURES supporting social causes with artist Mark Rathinaraj.

SIGNATURES is art with a purpose. In SIGNATURES, Artist Mark Rathinaraj presents art by celebrities in a way that has never been attempted before.

The concept of SIGNATURES is for the artist to work alongside a celebrity wherein the artist will receive a drawing or a signature by the celebrity and recreate this drawing on canvas adding a touch or two to it to make the work even more fabulous. The finished canvas, autographed by the celebrity will be then auctioned for a cause.

The painting on display is an AR Rahman autograph with a Mark Rathinaraj twist. You will see the intensity of Rahman’s stardom translated into simple, elegant strokes by Mark.This is one tune Rahman has started and Mark completes. Asian Art Gallery launched the SIGNATURES celebrity series for the event “A R Rahman meets Berklee” in collaboration with Berklee College of Music.


June 2014 Show

Event Date: June 7, 2014

Indian artist Mark Rathinaraj presents his collection of new work titled ‘I Saw, I Share’.


Ethnic Concurrence, Fall 2013

Event Date: December 7, 2013

The inaugural show in Boston brought together a group of eleven like-minded Indian artists
who believe in a better way to conserve what is left of their ethnicity.


New England American India Foundation Gala 2013

Event Date: November 23, 2013

The Asian Art Gallery began its first show by participating at the ‘New England American India Foundation Gala’ (AIF) this month, where we had a successful silent art auction. AIF is the largest diaspora philanthropy organization focused on India. Since its inception in 2001, AIF has benefited more than 1.9 million people through its innovative programs and partnerships with Indian non-governmental organizations. We are happy to have supported their initiative and will continue to support them in all their future projects.