Crimson - The Art Resource, offers a wide and comprehensive range of Modern and Contemporary art. It stocks abstract, figurative, landscapes, still-life and portraits. The artists styles could be realistic, pop, contemporary, modern, post-modern or ethnic art. Crimson showcases the works of Indian artists from across the country.


Recent Exhibition   

Colours Of Hinterland


Recent Exhibition


Akash Choyal


Akash Choyal has made a name for himself for 3D illusion art and sculptures in fibre-glass.. He re-visits the memories of his childhood for his inspiration. He is the first Indian artist to have used Triographics in a contemporary and surreal manner. These Trioghaphs are art works in 3D illusion




Reality of the Total Image, Each time I view Anwar's works, I am enchanted by his use of pigment - be it pastel, oil or charcoal - and find it emotive to the core.







Nostalgia - Upfront & Personal. This exhibition at Crimson offers a look at the sincerity of the art produced by some of India's most acclaimed artists. Most of the paintings are between 10 and 20 years old and are the creators of 'nostalgia'.

As G Vasudev


Art is the imposing of a pattern on experience, and our aesthetic enjoyment is recognition of the pattern.





Irreverent Gene

The underlying theme of ecological harmony and balance has been poignantly expressed with great sensitivity by the artists, and their works reflect an innate understanding and critique of the larger issues that are at the core of human existence. The endeavour aspires to engage the viewer and evoke an intuitive empathy that goes beyond the physicality of the exhibition space.




A Twist in the Tail


For centuries, artists have brought the animal form into their creative space. Even the earliest cave paintings featured animals prominently. It is not just the power, beauty and other physical attributes of animals, birds and insects that have enamoured the artist.

Indian Harvest

In Indian Harvest, it is the diversity of Indian colours and lines that is being brought to the fore. From those who followed the tradition to the ones that questioned it, these works of art portray India with all its vibrancy.


in Focus

We all know the city: its chaotic streets, buzzing markets, skyscraping structures, swarming people, silent nooks, graffiti-covered walls, hidden treasures, palpable contradictions, and its well- and ill-kept secrets. The six photographers featured in this show capture the nuances and unique reverberations of city life.

Big Dreams

Slumdog Millionaire is a story that any one in the world can identify with. It is a story of rags to riches, optimism amid adversity, ghetto-to-glory. It is a story of love until death do us part. It is a story about people who rise above their circumstances, who are given nothing, who create a dream and become somebody. It is a story of survival, of hope, of destiny and of dreaming big.