DAG was established as a private art gallery in 1993 in New Delhi. Over the past 25 years, DAG has carved a reputation for the quality of its collection of artworks that represent the expanse of Indian art practices from the seventeenth century onwards. DAG’s extensive collection over the past two decades charts a historic continuum, from the early works of academic artists trained in Bengal and Bombay, to modernists from Baroda, Delhi and beyond. In an effort to take Indian modernism to a wider audience, DAG had opened gallery spaces in the historic Kala Ghoda, Mumbai in 2014, and the iconic Fuller Building in Manhattan, New York in 2015. DAG’s collection includes artworks by some of India’s most celebrated artists, including Raja Ravi Varma, Amrita Sher-Gil, M. F. Husain, S.H. Raza, Tyeb Mehta, F. N. Souza, Ram Kumar, Avinash Chandra and Chittaprosad. DAG also participates in international fairs such as the Armory Show, Art Basel Hong Kong, Art Dubai, Art Stage Singapore, India Art Fair and Masterpiece London. The gallery also emphasizes an art educational outreach program to schools, colleges, and corporations throughout the world.