States Delhi Art Galleries Gallerie Ganesha

Gallerie Ganesha Delhi

An ideal place to quench your evergreen curiosity of admiring the modern and contemporary art is Gallerie Ganesha. Located in Greater Kailash II, the Ganesh Gallerie was established in the year 1989 by Shobha Bhatia with an aim to connect general public more with modern art. Keeping that in mind, the gallery has turned out to be a successful art gallery in Delhi that is, for a long time, serving as a must-visit place for nature enthusiasts. Along with that, Gallerie Ganesha is also providing a stage not just to the senior artists but the young and upcoming artists also. Here, one can see a range of drawings, sculptures, serigraphs, paintings, photographs, graphics, moulds of all type, stencil art, inscriptions, contemporary art works, etchings, prints, and lithographs. Annual shows are also hosted at Gallerie Ganesha where you get a chance to adore the masterpieces of various renowned artists. On display, the gallery also houses an array of Lord Ganesha’s paintings. Moreover, the gallery also displays a number of amazing artworks of young artists. At present, the Gallerie Ganesha displays the artworks of various renowned artists like K.S. Kulkarni, Sakti Burman, Laxma Goud, Maya Burman, Sangeeta Gupta, Neeraj Goswami, and many more. So, if you are an art lover, a visit to Gallerie Ganesha is must as the place is a treasure trove of different forms of arts.

Highlights of the Attraction

  • Paintings on display
  • Sculptures on display
  • Lord Ganesha’s Paintings
  • Contemporary art works
  • Graphics
  • Moulds of types, designs, and size
  • Prints, and more.

Visiting Timings:

Monday to Saturday - 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM
Closed is Sunday.


E-557, Greater Kailash - II, New Delhi - 110048

How to Reach

Greater Kailash is the nearest metro station from Gallerie Ganesha. The distance between both the metro station and the gallery is 3 km, and hence, you can take an auto from outside the station that will take you to your destination. Greater Kailash lies on the Magenta line metro.

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