Talwar Gallery

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Talwar Gallery represents both young and established Indian artists from the Indian subcontinent and the Indian Diaspora. The gallery opened in September 2001 in New York and in New Delhi in 2007.[1] The gallery’s exhibitions have been well received by the media and major art institutions worldwide.[2] [3] [4] [5]


Talwar Gallery has exhibited and introduced works by the following artists: Alwar Balasubramaniam, Allan deSouza, Alia Syed, Nasreen Mohamedi, Ranjani Shettar, Rummana Hussain, Shambhavi Singh, Sheila Makhijani, Valsan Koorma Kolleri and Zarina Bhimji. [6]


Other Exhibitions


  • Ranjani Shettar, Dewdrops and Sunshine, National Gallery of Victoria Melbourne, 2011
  • On Line: Drawing Through The Twentieth Century, The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), 2010
  • the grid, unplugged, Talwar Gallery, 2009
  • Alwar Balasubramaniam, (In)between, Talwar Gallery, 2009
  • Allan deSouza, A Decade of Photoworks, Talwar Gallery, 2008
  • Shambhavi Singh, Lullaby, Talwar Gallery, 2008
  • Ranjani Shettar, Epiphanies, Talwar Gallery, 2007
  • Alwar Balasubramaniam, (In)visible, Talwar Gallery, 2007
  • Anant Joshi, Local, Kiss me-Kill me, Push me-Pull me, Talwar Gallery, 2006
  • Sheila Makhijani, BLIP!, Talwar Gallery, 2005
  • Allan deSouza, The Lost Pictures, Talwar Gallery, 2005
  • Nasreen Mohamedi, Lines Among Lines, Drawing Papers 52, Drawing Center, 2005
  • (Desi)re, Talwar Gallery, 2005
  • Paramjit Singh, Oil Paintings and Pastels, Talwar Gallery, 2004



  1. ^ http://talwargallery.com/about/
  2. ^ 2001 New York Times review of first Talwar exhibition, Holland Cotter, "ART IN REVIEW: Zarina Bhimji – 'Cleaning the Garden'", The New York Times, October 5, 2001.
  3. ^ 2008 ArtForum Review, Zehra Jumabhoy, "Ranjani Shettar," ArtForum, February 2008.
  4. ^ 2010 Art Asia Pacific Review, Deeksha Nath, "(In)Between: A. Balasubramaniam", Art Asia Pacific 68, May/June 2010.
  5. ^ 2015 Mint review, Elizabeth Kuruvilla, "Alwar Balasubramaniam: The Reclusive Superstar," Mint, January 17, 2015.
  6. ^ http://talwargallery.com/past-exhibs/

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