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. Our collection of pictures includes original oil paintings, water colour paintings, drawings, mixed media works, sculptures, graphics, photographs and prints. Crimson regularly holds exhibitions in Bangalore, Mumbai, Delhi and Singapore, that reflect the different styles and genres of Indian art and presents the current mood of the art community. Crimson is a huge art store. We deal in Fine Art, buy and sell art, display, hold exhibitions and promote art.
Crimson opened its first art gallery at Safina Plaza, Bangalore in 1989 from where it played a major role in supporting the growth of the city's contemporary art scene, by promoting both established artists, as well as emerging ones whose art was always of high quality and yet affordable, thus paving the way to the concept of Art as an investment. In 2004, Crimson opened its second gallery at The Hatworks Boulevard, a beautifully restored heritage villa in the heart of Bangalore, where it now hosts most of its exhibitions and preview events. These events are popular and are well attended by artists, curators, critics, collectors and Bangalore's art aficionados.
Do check out our Artists' Profiles. Our range of artists includes M F Husain, F N Souza, Krishen Khanna, Anjolie Ela Menon, Arpana Kaur, Badri Narayan, T. Vaikuntam, K G Subramanyan, Suhas Roy, K M Adimoolam, Gopal Adivrekar, Yusuf Arakkal, S G Vasudev, Chandra Bhattacharjee, Paresh Hazra, Murali Cheeroth, Azis T M and many more.
Going forward, Crimson is looking to expand further to include new artists and young artists working in new art mediums with a focus on bringing their art to other destinations in India and abroad. We have scheduled shows of contemporary Indian art at international destinations and have ongoing plans to facilitate an exchange of art and ideas between India and other parts of Asia and the world. With this new direction, we hope to encourage greater interest in contemporary Indian art and make it more accessible to a wider audience around the globe. Our website www.crimsonartgallery.com has extended Crimson's art activities beyond its physical location and provided global access to a large range of art for sale. Our online virtual art gallery is specially tailor-made for NRI art collectors.