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Ayya Art GalleryAyya Art Gallery is a non profitable service organization where the sensations, feelings, emotions, sentiments, realizations, reflections, powers of thought and such other virtues are mentioned.
33, Woods Road, (mount road in between royapettah clock tower and melody theatre) Chennai - 600 002
Tel:+(91)-(44) 42158062, 42158063 Fax:+(91)-(44) 28591208
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Palazzo - An Art GalleryLocated in Alwarpet, it is an comprehensive art gallery, the gallery holds slide show, seminars, lecture demonstrations etc.
# 7, Seethamma Road, 1st Floor, AlwarpetChennai - 600 018
Tel:+(91)-(44) 24364265,52030546.
Raasi Art GalleryFounded in 1999, it is a pioneer and innovative art gallery in the city. The main art objects are powerful kingdoms such as Cholas, Cheras, Pandyas, Pallavas, Nayaks, Chalukyas, Hoysalas, Odayars and the Vijayanagaram Empire.
No 1, Anna Avenue Bhakthavatsalam Nagar AdyarChennai - 600 020
Tel:+(91)-(44) 24410389
KK Nagar
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Prakrit Art GalleryPrakrit Art Gallery is located on a quite avenue and surrounded by fresh greenary. Founded in 2002 by Mr.V.Solanki, the renowned artist, from Gujarat, it has organized many exhibitions of paintings by artists from all over the country.
27B. First Cross St. R.A.PuramChennai - 600 028
Tel:+(91)-(44) 42082078 / 24620665 Fax:+(91)-(44) 24613013 / 22333168
SK Art GallerySk art gallery is an online gallery promoting young artists of India. Here the talents of upcoming artists are exhibited.
27B. First Cross St. R.A.PuramChennai - 600 028
Tel:+(91)-(44) 52082078 / 24620665 Fax:+(91)-(44) 24613013 / 22333168
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Vinnyasa Premier Art GalleryFounded in 1996 by Viji Nagashwaran – an artist in her own right. Vinnyasa Premier Art Gallery showcases works and painting of artists from across the country and has held over 200 shows to date at an average of 10 sponsored shows per year. Timings : 11 a.m. to 7 p.m (open all days)
No : 21/11, 1st Main Road, CIT Colony, Mylapore Chennai - 600 004
Tel:+(91)-(44) 3253 3655Fax:+(91)-(44) 2498 2515
Ashvita Art Objects & ArtifactsStarted on 18th October 2002 by Ashvin Rajagopalan, the gallery is located in a heritage house of Chennai. Timings : 11 a.m. to 7 p.m (open all days)
11, Second Street, Dr. Radhakrishnan Salai, MylaporeChennai - 600 004
Tel:+(91)-(44) 4210 9990, 2847 6063
Gurubaran Tanjore Art GalleryGurubaran Tanjore Art Gallery is one of the most popular and specialist in Tanjore Paintings, Glass Paintings. The gallery was founded in 1977 by Mr. Loganathan. Timings : 11 a.m. to 7 p.m (open all days)
7, Ramakrishna Mutt Road, (Near Indian Bank), MylaporeChennai - 600 004
Tel:+(91)-(44) 24941017, 5210 8701
Lakshmi Ethiraj Art GalleryThe gallery has an excellent collection of tanjore paintings on wood and glass. These exquisitely crafted paintings are specially created by artisans in a painstaking and authentic way. The gallery also provide metal reliefs, wood carvings, stained glass work, handicrafts in stone, bathik and kalamkari.
70, 1St Floor, 1 St Main road, CIT NagarChennai - 600 035
Tel:+(91)-(44) 24359223 / 42129223
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Art WorldEstablished in 1997 as a second generation gallery to meet the challenges of promoting Indian Art abroad. The gallery showcases their exhibitions several countries like Germany, Paris, Holland, Denmark, U.S.A., Singapore, the Pao Galleries, Hong Kong.
1/12, Ganeshpuram third StreetChennai - 600 018
Tel:+(91)-(44) 42185397Fax:+(91)-(44) 24338691
Sajitha ArtsFounded by B.Sadanandam, a young Artist, who is specialized in Tanjore paintings.
Old 68, New 12, 1st Floor, 1st Main Road, South Usman Road, C.I.T.Nagar, NandanamChennai - 600 035
Tel:+(91)-(44) 24315573
Thyagaraya Nagar
Padmaa Tanjore Arts GalleryLocated opposite Saravana Bhavan, Padmaa Tanjore Arts Gallery has more than 15 years experience in Tanjore paintings. These paintings today adorn the household drawing rooms, corporate office corridors, pooja rooms etc and are zealously guarded by those who have them.
Shop. No.30 1st Floor, Jain Plaza, No. 124/63, Pondy Bazar, (Opp. Saravana Bhavan), T.Nagar, Chennai - 600 017
Tel:+(91)-(44) 24311143
Cholamandal Artists Village Cholamandal Artists Village is also an enchanting monument in the city. Located 9 km from the city, it is a heaven for art lovers and artisans alike. It has a permanent art gallery to hold exhibitions. Sculptures made of granite, wood, copper and bronze are created within the Artists Village.
InjambalkkamChennai - 600 041
Tel:+(91)-(44) 24490092
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Indiana Epitome GalleryLocated in Anna Nagar, here is a collection of classical Indian art and architecture from ancient times. They gather all the old artisans from all over India.
Y - Block, 2nd Street, 163/4, Anna NagarChennai - 600 037
Tel:+(91)-(44) 26281914
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Vrksa Arts & CraftsIt is a leading art and craft gallery in the area of Porur. It showcases handicraft, home decor & ethnic gift products.
Vembadi Vinayakar Koil Road, Mugalivakkam, Madanandapuram Road, Porur, Chennai - 600116
Tel:+(91)-(44) 9444427431
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