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Must Art Gallery is an assortment of magnificent pieces of contemporary tribal art paintings and sculptures – THE GOND ART that originated from the tribes of Central India. Our dedicated online art gallery is Our New Delhi gallery is at F-213 B First Floor Lado Sarai. Contact no: 9650477072.

These exclusive works of art are authentic and enticing as well as bearing an idiosyncratic essence of tribal art form.

The gallery enters into the aesthetic awareness of every life through the assimilation and propagation of GOND ART, culturally distinctive with its unique ethos.

It is an effort to create a common platform to encourage the tribal artists to transcend cultural barriers and paint the language of the universe in their own special way.


Usually confined to museum collections, Gond Art is now finding place on the gallery walls as well. If last year Mumbai gallery Chemould and Pundole hosted a show of works by Jangarh, his wife Nankusi, son Mayank and daughter Japani, Pundole Art Gallery too held a show of Gond artists with the likes of Bhuribai. In May, in Delhi, London-based W+K Exp gallery had an exhibition of Gond sculpture, Dog Father, Fox Mother, their Daughter & Other Stories and in Kolkata’s CIMA Gallery tribal artists feature regularly in the mainstream shows.

We would like to give the reference of Sotheby’s auctions, where in September Jangarh’s work Landscape with Spider sold at a whopping Rs 14.5 lakh

  • Bhajju Shyam’s London Jungle Book, published by Tara Publishing has made him a household name in many countries
  • Mayank Kumar Shyam, the son of Jangarh Singh Shyam has already created a space for himself in the world of art. Twenty one year old Mayank was featured in the book ‘Freedom’ sixty years after Indian Independence (published by Art and Heritage Foundation. 2007)
  • Nankusia’s art has been exhibited in Dubai, Japan, Sri Lanka and other countries. In 2002 Nankusia was presented a state level award by the Madhya Pradesh Hasta Shilpa Vikas Nigam.
  • Venkat has travelled extensively in India and to many European Countries, where his works have been exhibited. He was awarded the Rajya Hasta Shilpa Puraskar by the Madhya Pradesh Government in 2002. He was also the coordinator for an animated film of a Gond folktale, made by Tara Douglas, which won an award in the Tallest Story Competition in Scotland.