Here you will find answers to the most frequently asked questions. If you can't find the answer to your question here, you can email us on contact@theartstrust.com
  • Visiting Information

      What are the gallery contact details?

      The Arts Trust
      FGP Centre, Commercial Union House, 3rd Floor,
      9 , Wallace Street, Fort, Mumbai - 400 001, India.

      For all sales queries please contact - Mr. Anthony Diniz

      ICIA - Institute Of Contemporary Indian Art ICIA Building,
      Rampart Row, Next to Rampart House, Kala Ghoda.
      Mumbai - 400 023 Tel 91 - 22 22048138 / 39 Fax 91 - 22 22048140

      Email: iciagallery@gmail.com

      What are the Opening hours?

      Opening Time - 11.00am to 7pm (IST)

      Is there an admission fee to the ICIA Gallery?

      There is no admission fee and every one is welcome.

      How do I get to the Gallery?

      ICIA Building
      Rampart Row Next to Rampart House
      Kala Ghoda Mumbai - 400 023 Tel 91 - 22 22048138 / 39
      Fax 91 - 22 22048140 Email:iciagallery@gmail.com

      Opening Time - 11.00am to 7pm (IST)

      Is photography permitted in the gallery?

      Photography and video filming are not normally permitted at ICIA. Permission may be granted for the purpose of private study and research, if no reproduction is available and copyright law permits. You should first check with the ICIA before you decide to do so

      What are the gallery regulations?

      Money and other valuables should not be left in the Gallery

      Food and drink may not be consumed in the gallery.

      Smoking is not allowed anywhere in the gallery

      Mobile phones may not be used in exhibition or display areas.

      Potentially harmful substances (eg. aerosols, solvents, glues and dyes) and implements (eg. knives, scissors) should not be brought into the gallery.

      Please do not touch the works of art on display.

      Dogs are not admitted

      The use of cameras and video recorders by visitors is not permitted within the ICIA gallery.Permission may be granted to photograph for private study and research

      Sketching of artwork on display is allowed using small drawing pads, enclosed pencils or crayons. The use of charcoal, pastels, permanent markers and water or oil is not allowed in the gallery.

      Please respect the rights of other visitors to quiet contemplation and study. In the case of noisy or other improper behaviour, or breach of these regulations, the offender will be liable to immediate expulsion from the gallery.

      In the interests of security visitors' bags may be searched. It may at times be necessary to close the doors of the gallery, every effort will be made to limit this inconvenience.
  • Mailing Lists

    Can I be put on a mailing list?

    Keep in touch by becoming a member and receive the ICIA newsletters. These provide information on all the happenings at the ICIA Gallery.

    To register Click Here

  • Exhibitions

    How can a new artist work in association with, and be represented by ICIA?

    The artist must send images of their works and their profile via email contact@theartstrust.com to ICIA.

    This information is reviewed by a team of 4 individuals which include:

    An Art Critic
    A collector
    A publisher
    Mr Sethi

    Then this team makes a decision on weather or not to represent the artist.

    Due to the high volume of inquires artists are requested to kindly follow the above mentioned way. After considering all aspects of an application if an artist is selected he shall be informed by ICIA on how one can take things forward.

    Is Sketching allowed ?

    Sketching of artwork on display is allowed using small drawing pads, enclosed pencils or crayons. The use of charcoal, pastels, permanent markers and water or oil is not allowed in the galleries.

    How can I make a comment about the exhibition ?

    We are happy to receive comments regarding exhibitions as well as general comments. Kindly send emails to contact@theartstrust.com

  • Careers

    How can I find out about your job vacancies?

    ICIA employs staff in a wide range of roles. When vacancies arise, they are advertised in WORKING AT ICIA

    Can I send you my CV?

    Because of our equal opportunity policy we must advertise all our vacancies. We can therefore only accept applications though this process and cannot accept CVs. Going though the process of applying for one of our vacancies is the best way to show how your skills meet the requirements of the specific role advertised

    Does ICIA offer internships?

    At ICIA we have no specific policy regarding internships. We do take interns in various fields and a CV can be sent to us for an internship to contact@theartstrust.com

  • History

    Set up by Mr Vickram Sethi in 1990, The Arts Trust has been actively engaged in promoting Contemporary Indian Art.

    It focuses on the promotion of innovative art by established as well as young artists. The viewers at the exhibitions have increased tremendously in the last 5 years, as general awareness and interest in Indian contemporary art has developed over the years.

    When The Arts Trust first started in 1990, it was only those people who had a dedicated interest in such art who sought out the gallery to see works by new artists. The number built up steadily over a period of time and is considerably larger now.

    Events presented by The Arts Trust range from shows catering to large audiences and single-evening events tailor-made for select people. Besides organising art exhibitions that showcase a wide range of talent and creativity, it also provides art lovers and patrons alike with an opportunity to see promising works in different genres. Combining a deep knowledge and appreciation of Indian art with market reach, The Arts Trust has curated over 150 exhibitions and has with the passage of time, established itself as the best source for quality works of art by distinguished artists.