Sundaram Tagore Gallery

Sundaram Tagore Gallery Contemporary art gallery representing established and emerging artists from around the world.

Established in 2000, Sundaram Tagore Gallery is a contemporary art gallery representing established and emerging artists from around the world. We specialize in work that is aesthetically and intellectually rigorous, infused with humanism and art historically significant. Our artists produce museum-quality paintings, drawings, sculptures and installations with a strong emphasis on materiality. The

gallery also has a robust photography program that includes some of the world's most noted photographers. Our artists and photographers are well represented in renowned museums across the globe. We champion artists, particularly women and those from underrepresented cultures, whose work exemplifies our interconnectedness.

  Stunning Sohan Qadri installation ❤️   ・・・Maximalism with a cosmopolitan edge. We enhanced this custom bronze fireplac...
04/19/2024



Stunning Sohan Qadri installation ❤️

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Maximalism with a cosmopolitan edge. We enhanced this custom bronze fireplace with bold jewel tones, setting the stage for lively entertaining.

  ・・・The 11th edition of EXPO CHICAGO () concluded Sunday, with a new layout marking its first year as part of the Friez...
04/17/2024


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The 11th edition of EXPO CHICAGO () concluded Sunday, with a new layout marking its first year as part of the Frieze network of fairs.

To some, the lack of more sweeping changes to the fair under Frieze reflected the quality of EXPO’s past presentations, as gallery owner Rhona Hoffman explained, “The accolade for EXPO is that Frieze did not come in and perform a major makeover – there will be changes but it will all be positive. With Frieze’s name there will be more collectors, and more galleries will participate.”

This year’s edition welcomed 170 galleries and over 35,000 visitors. Local collectors in attendance tended to favor timeless over trendy works, as gallery founder Sundarum Tagore shared, “Chicago has always been a good fit for us. Collectors are savvy and sophisticated, and they have a particular affinity for work that will stand the test of time.”

As in past years, the fair was a key moment for curators and arts institutions across the Midwest—head to our YouTube at the link in our bio to look back on our Midwest tour of “Great Art in Unexpected Places,” from the Walker and Des Moines Art Centers, to an interview with the late John Pappajohn at his eponymous sculpture park.

Happy World Art Day. With artists from more than 20 countries, every day is World Art Day at Sundaram Tagore Gallery! Pi...
04/15/2024

Happy World Art Day. With artists from more than 20 countries, every day is World Art Day at Sundaram Tagore Gallery!

Pictured:
Anila Quayyum Agha (b. 1965, Lahore, Pakistan)
Flowers (Blue and Red Circle), 2017
Mixed media on paper (encaustic blue circle with red and blue beads in center)
29.5 x 41.5 inches

Visit our web site to learn more:
https://loom.ly/sOBhv3A

Always a pleasure to be back in the windy city for EXPO CHICAGO with its wealth of sophisticated  collectors and curator...
04/11/2024

Always a pleasure to be back in the windy city for EXPO CHICAGO with its wealth of sophisticated collectors and curators.

We're showing new and significant work by a global group of gallery artists in Booth 161 through Sunday, April 14. Hope to see you.

Opening today, Thursday, April 11: EXPO CHICAGO Please join us in Booth 209 where we will be presenting new and signific...
04/11/2024

Opening today, Thursday, April 11: EXPO CHICAGO

Please join us in Booth 209 where we will be presenting new and significant work by our global group of artists.

Pictured:

Neha Vedpathak, Chaud, 2022, plucked Japanese handmade paper, thread, acrylic paint, 43 x 39 inches

Robert Natkin, Untitled (Hitchcock), detail, 1985, acrylic on canvas, 59.75 x 70 inches

Ricardo Mazal , Ba Zasa Blue Violet 3, detail, 2023, oil on linen, 37 x 40 inches

Chun Kwang Young, Aggregation 19-AU073, 2019, mixed media with Korean mulberry paper, 59 inches / 150 cm diameter

Email [email protected] to request a preview.

No time to gaze at the heavens today! We've wrapped up the Dallas Art Fair and are in transit to the  EXPO CHICAGO  fair...
04/08/2024

No time to gaze at the heavens today! We've wrapped up the Dallas Art Fair and are in transit to the EXPO CHICAGO fair, opening Thursday, April 11.

Hope to see you there, where we will be showing work by our global group of gallery artists, including Miya Ando, who thankfully does focus her considerable talents and attention skyward.

Pictured:
Miya Ando
Morning Cloud (Asagumo) March 7 2023 10:39 am NYC, 2023
Ink, micronized pure silver, resin and urethane on aluminum composite
41.5 x 41.5 inches

Thanks to everyone who joined us this afternoon at the Dallas Art Fair . Delighted to share a few words about our global...
04/06/2024

Thanks to everyone who joined us this afternoon at the Dallas Art Fair . Delighted to share a few words about our global group of artists, including Hiroshi Senju and Chun Kwang Young. The fair continues through Sunday, April 7.

If we missed you in Dallas, we hope to see you next week at the Expo Chicago art fair.

Nadia Myre, “Is the Earth Shaking? Yes my Love, the Earth Is Shaking,” pigmented ceramic, 42 x 42 inches.Join us at the ...
04/06/2024

Nadia Myre, “Is the Earth Shaking? Yes my Love, the Earth Is Shaking,” pigmented ceramic, 42 x 42 inches.

Join us at the Dallas Art Fair, through Sunday, April 7. Booth A4. ArtNews has named us one of the best booths at the fair.

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Delighted to be back at the  Dallas Art Fair where we're showing work by our global group of gallery artists. Visit us i...
04/05/2024

Delighted to be back at the Dallas Art Fair where we're showing work by our global group of gallery artists. Visit us in Booth A4 through Sunday, April 7.

Featuring work by Karen Knorr, Hiroshi Senju, Robert Natkin, Zheng Lu, Miya Ando, Kenny Nguyen and more.

Delighted to spend an afternoon visiting Edward Burtynsky's expansive exhibition "BURTYNSKY: Extraction/Abstraction" at ...
03/30/2024

Delighted to spend an afternoon visiting Edward Burtynsky's expansive exhibition "BURTYNSKY: Extraction/Abstraction" at Saatchi Gallery in London. It's a stunning and sobering account of the state of our global habitat, which he has been photographing for more than forty years.

I have long admired Edward Burtynsky as a fine artist with a masterful sense of color and composition. But the scope of his technical expertise is also on full view in this wide-ranging presentation, which includes large-format photographs, high-resolution murals and the mesmerizing immersive film presentation "In the Wake of Progress."

The exhibition has been beautifully curated by Marc Mayer, the former director of the National Gallery of Canada. BURTYNSKY: Extraction/Abstraction is on view through May 6 at Saatchi Gallery.

Learn more about Edward Burtynsky: https://loom.ly/9dDE6Yo

In London with Stella McCartney and friends. Thank you Katherine McLane.
03/29/2024

In London with Stella McCartney and friends. Thank you Katherine McLane.

Congratulations Tayeba Begum Lipi, whose work is on view in the third  Thailand Biennale through April 2024. Titled "Ope...
03/23/2024

Congratulations Tayeba Begum Lipi, whose work is on view in the third Thailand Biennale through April 2024. Titled "Open World," the biennale is being held in the northern province of Chiang Rai.

Lipi writes: “Commissioned by Thailand Biennale, the central piece of my installation incorporates the images of traditional local chariots to create a 10-meter- long silk embroidery in collaboration with Nithee Suthammarak (Sankong Handmade Embroidery Community ) and prisoners in the Chiang Rai Central Prison.”

Venue: Haw Kaew Museum

See more work by Tayeba Begum Lipi:
https://loom.ly/ez9FJW4

The third Thailand Biennale was organized by Rirkrit Tiravanija and Gridthiya Gaweewong, Artistic Directors, and Angkrit Ajchariyasophon and Manuporn Luengaram, Curators.

On view in the Singapore gallery: Work by Hiroshi Senju, profiled in The Robb Report, Singapore."Senju's works are profo...
03/21/2024

On view in the Singapore gallery: Work by Hiroshi Senju, profiled in The Robb Report, Singapore.

"Senju's works are profound and ethereal. They go beyond depicting the natural world and attempt to embody its very essence, inviting viewers into a meditative space that transcends the boundaries of time and culture." — Amos Chin

Read the interview: https://loom.ly/TwFLmBk

We are delighted to announce a dynamic addition to our global roster of artists: Kenny Nguyen (b. 1990, Ben Tre Province...
03/18/2024

We are delighted to announce a dynamic addition to our global roster of artists: Kenny Nguyen (b. 1990, Ben Tre Province, Vietnam). kennynguyenclt

The North Carolina-based artist creates expansive, dimensional paintings composed of silk fabric, acrylic paint and canvas that center on ideas of cultural identity, displacement and integration.

Stay tuned for upcoming art fairs and for exhibitions at our galleries in New York, Singapore and London featuring Nguyen’s work

Learn more: https://loom.ly/-aiqUj0

Thank you Hiroshi Senju and everyone who joined us in the  Singapore gallery for two days of celebrations. We are so gra...
03/16/2024

Thank you Hiroshi Senju and everyone who joined us in the Singapore gallery for two days of celebrations. We are so grateful.

From the vibrant brushstrokes that evoke the tranquility of nature to the mesmerizing cascades of color, Senju's waterfalls activate the senses conjuring the sound of rushing water, its translucence, and enveloping mist. We are delighted we could share this beauty.

Thank you .kwint for leading a fascinating discussion about Senju's work.

The solo exhibition Hiroshi Senju: Between Movement and Stillness continues at the Singapore gallery through April 27.

Learn more: https://loom.ly/aOEaNtM

It’s all happening at the New York gallery. Jane Lee: No Thing Is opens Thursday, March 14, at 6 pm. We’re most delighte...
03/13/2024

It’s all happening at the New York gallery. Jane Lee: No Thing Is opens Thursday, March 14, at 6 pm.

We’re most delighted that Jane Lee (who is clearly not afraid of heights) has joined us for the opening from Singapore 🖤

Sundaram Tagore Gallery
542 W. 26th Street
New York, NY 10001

Click link in bio ⬆️ to learn more about this stunning exhibition of new work inspired by Buddhist teachings.

Please join us in the New York gallery for the opening of Jane Lee: No Thing Is 6 pm Thursday, March 14. We are delighte...
03/12/2024

Please join us in the New York gallery for the opening of Jane Lee: No Thing Is 6 pm Thursday, March 14. We are delighted that Jane Lee, who is based in Singapore, will be joining us for the opening.

Sundaram Tagore Gallery
542 W. 26th Street
New York, NY 10017

Learn more about this stunning new body of work underpinned by Buddhist philosophy: https://loom.ly/sbQIJsE

At Sundaram Tagore Gallery, every day is International Women’s Day!We celebrate women and their accomplishments the worl...
03/09/2024

At Sundaram Tagore Gallery, every day is International Women’s Day!

We celebrate women and their accomplishments the world over 💜

Karen Knorr
The Survivors, Deogarh Palace, Deogarh, 2012
Pigment print on Hahnemühle FineArt Photo Rag Baryta 315gsm paper
Edition 1 of 5
31.5 x 39.4 inches

Jane Lee
No Thing Is #7, 2023
Mixed acrylic media
47.2 x 38.6 x 3.5 in.
120 x 98 x 9 cm

Tayeba Lipi
Mirror, 2017
Stainless steel
Edition 1 of 3
48.03x24.02x19.69 inches
122x61x50 cm

Neha Vedpathak
I can see through this, 2018
Plucked Japanese handmade paper, acrylic paint, thread
52 x 74½ inches
132.1 x 189.2 cm

Joan Vennum
Here Thinking of There, 2008
Oil on canvas
6’ tondo

Susan Weil
Sunbath, 2022
Acrylic on canvas
37 x 37 inches

At Sundaram Tagore Gallery, every day is International Women’s Day!We celebrate women and their accomplishments the worl...
03/09/2024

At Sundaram Tagore Gallery, every day is International Women’s Day!

We celebrate women and their accomplishments the world over 💜

Anila Quayyum Agha
All The Flowers Are For Me - Turquoise, 2017
Lacquered steel and halogen bulb
Edition 1 of 2
60.00x60.00x60.00 inches
152.40x152.40x152.40 cm


Miya Ando
Yuugure (Evening) Cloud September 3 2023 6:44:37 PM NYC, 2023
Dye, ink, pure micronized silver, resin & urethane on aluminum composite
50 x 50 inches
127 x 127 cm


Lalla Essaydi
Harem Revisited #44, 2013
Chromogenic print mounted to aluminum with a UV protective laminate
Edition of 10
48 x 60 inches
121.9 x 152.4 cm


Golnaz Fathi
Untitled, 2021
Mixed media on canvas
51.18 x 74.8 in.
130 x 190 cm


Denise Green
Lascaux, 2009
Colored acrylic ground, oil paint on canvas
40 x 44 inches
101.6 x 111.8 cm


Olivia Fraser
The Sacred Seas, 2015
Stone pigment and Arabic gum on handmade Sanganer paper
26¾ x 26¾ inches
68 x 68 cm

London friends: Please join us in the London gallery Tuesday, March 12, 6–8 pm, for art and conversation. Sundaram Tagor...
03/06/2024

London friends: Please join us in the London gallery Tuesday, March 12, 6–8 pm, for art and conversation.

Sundaram Tagore Gallery
South Kensington
4 Cromwell Place
London SW7 2JE

RSVP: [email protected]

Learn more: https://loom.ly/YIi6VfQ

   Detroit Institute of Arts・・・“In the work of Miya Ando, nature serves as form and metaphor for expressing the concepts...
03/06/2024

Detroit Institute of Arts
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“In the work of Miya Ando, nature serves as form and metaphor for expressing the concepts of impermanence and interdependence.”

In her paintings “Kumo Cloud” and “Kumo (cloud) October,” on view now at the Detroit Institute of Arts, Ando invites viewers to explore these ideas and contemplate the human experience.

Hear speak about her artwork and the concept of “mono no aware” this Thursday, March 7, at 6 p.m. at the DIA! Free to attend. No registration required. Visit link in bio.

🖼: Miya Ando, American, born 1973. Ink on aluminum composite. Museum purchase with funds from the Japan Business Society of Detroit Foundation.

“Hiroshi Senju: Between Movement and Stillness” opens at the Singapore gallery Friday, March 8. Please join Sundaram Sat...
02/29/2024

“Hiroshi Senju: Between Movement and Stillness” opens at the Singapore gallery Friday, March 8.

Please join Sundaram Saturday, March 9, 3 – 5 pm, for a conversation between the artist and U.K-based art historian Marius Kwint.

RSVP: email [email protected]

Sundaram Tagore Gallery
5 Lock Road 01–05
Gillman Barracks
Singapore 108933

  ・・・So many colorful shapes to see at  like this   Plus:    💜❤️💙🧡 Click link in bio ⬆️ to learn more about the exhibiti...
02/23/2024


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So many colorful shapes to see at like this Plus:

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Click link in bio ⬆️ to learn more about the exhibition Future Perfect in the New York gallery. Learn more about Steve the Corgi at 🐶

02/22/2024

Have you had chance to drop by our Gallery in Singapore to catch some clouds yet?

Only two weeks left to experience Miya Ando's mesmerizing solo exhibition 'Vespertine Clouds (Yūgumo)', capturing the essence of clouds in the evening skies, at our Gallery in Singapore. Closing on March 2nd, this showcase delves deep into the Japanese concept of 'mono no aware' - an acute awareness of the transient nature of things, particularly tied to nature and time's passage.

As Ando eloquently puts it, "The natural world is a part of my vocabulary because it is a universal way of discussing the human condition." Much like the ever-changing clouds or falling leaves, time is fleeting and transient. Ando invites us to embrace an alternative perspective, one that allows us to cherish the present moment.

Don't miss this opportunity to immerse yourself in Ando's stunning paintings and contemplate the beauty of impermanence.

Congratulations to Edward Burtynsky whose exhibition BURTYNSKY: Extraction/Abstraction opens at Saatchi Gallery in Londo...
02/13/2024

Congratulations to Edward Burtynsky whose exhibition BURTYNSKY: Extraction/Abstraction opens at Saatchi Gallery in London Wednesday, February 14. It is the largest exhibition of his work mounted during his more than forty-year career.

Curated by Marc Mayer, former director of the National Gallery of Canada and Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, the exhibition features ninety-four of Burtynsky’s large-format photographs as well as thirteen high-resolution murals, and an augmented reality (AR) experience. The exhibition is on view through May 6.

Click here to learn more about Edward Burtynsky : https://loom.ly/9dDE6Yo

Pictured: Edward Burtynsky, Gold Tailings #1, Doornkop Gold Mine, Johannesburg, South Africa, 2018 ©Edwardburtynsky

Thank you Alejandra Frausto Guerrero, Secretary of Culture and Curator for the Presedential Palace, for the private visi...
02/13/2024

Thank you Alejandra Frausto Guerrero, Secretary of Culture and Curator for the Presedential Palace, for the private visit to the Palacio Nacional in Mexico City.

One of the highlights of my recent visit to Mexico for I am so grateful.

   ❤️・・・It has been a journey of discovery coming to Mexico City which is the major city of the arts and culture in Lati...
02/11/2024

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It has been a journey of discovery coming to Mexico City which is the major city of the arts and culture in Latin America.

was very impressed by its public transport ( which I used)the Pre Columbian history and later the reforms made after the revolution . Diego Rivera depicted the narrative in his paintings that we saw at the Palacio National thanks to Santiago Tocca. Today I will visit the pyramids for the first time .

Gracias Mexico City! A fantastic week at  comes to a close. We have enjoyed fantastic hospitality. I am especially delig...
02/11/2024

Gracias Mexico City! A fantastic week at comes to a close.

We have enjoyed fantastic hospitality. I am especially delighted to have spend time with gallery artists Karen Knorr and Ricardo Mazal

We were fortunate to have a private visit to the Palacio Nacional (Presidental Residence and Office) in Mexico City under the auspices of Alejandra Frausto, Secretary of Culture and the Curator for the Presidential Palace. It was an incredible to privilege to see Diego Rivera’s murals at leisure.

Special thanks to and Fabi for your warmth and generosity ❤️

London friends: Please join us in the gallery , 4 Cromwell Place in South Kensington, Tuesday, Feb. 13, 6 – 8 pm, for an...
02/10/2024

London friends: Please join us in the gallery , 4 Cromwell Place in South Kensington, Tuesday, Feb. 13, 6 – 8 pm, for an evening of art.

Enjoy a new exhibition of work by our global group of gallery artists and events throughout Cromwell Place.

RSVP: [email protected]

Golnaz Fathi, acrylic, pen and varnish on canvas, 2022

Susan Weil, José Betancourt, blueprint on fabric, 2007

Miya Ando, micronized pure silver, pigment, resin and urethane on aluminum, 2023

Anila Quayyum Agha, med media on paper, 2017

Neha Vedpathak, plucked Japanese handmade paper, acrylic paint, thread, 2018

02/10/2024

🐉✨ Wishing friends near and far Happy Lunar New Year 2024! May the Year of the Dragon be filled with abundance, success, and new beginnings for all.

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542 West 26th Street
New York, NY
10001

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Tuesday 10am - 6pm
Wednesday 10am - 6pm
Thursday 10am - 6pm
Friday 10am - 6pm
Saturday 10am - 6pm

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+12126774520

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Sundaram Tagore Gallery has been representing established and emerging artists from around the world since 2000. We specialize in work that is aesthetically and intellectually rigorous, infused with humanism and art historically significant. Our artists produce museum-calibre paintings, drawings, sculptures and installations with a strong emphasis on materiality. The gallery also has a robust photography program that includes some of the world’s most noted photographers. Our artists and photographers are well represented in renowned museums across the globe. We offer art consulting, collection development, corporate collecting, curatorial and public art expertise and services. The gallery is renowned for its support of cultural activities—including poetry readings, book launches, music performances, and film screenings—that further our mission of East-West exchange.

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