Our Mission:  Possibility is Exponential – by Ashok Jain

Ashok Jain Gallery wishes to create an enduring dialogue between the artists and the viewers.

Artists see the world through special lenses and that point of view is shared with the public through imagery, color, and perspective. Art is an essential part of the human experience. It can bring us places that otherwise we might never see, makes us feel new emotions, makes us reflect, and generates new thoughts. Ashok Jain Gallery is bringing that experience.

Ashok Jain Gallery extends its influence beyond New York City. It has brought its artists to Europe, Japan, and Australia as we participated high grade art fairs as ACAF, Art Expo, Lineart Belgium, Palexpo, NICAF and LART fairs, etc.

Today we are exploring new horizons and are bringing our artists to Asia and exhibiting in Asia Contemporary Art Fair, Hong Kong, CIGE, Beijing, Shanghai Art fairs. In the last 34 years we have promoted our artists in many venues. Some of them have been featured in Art in America, Art News, Asian Art Now, World Art, Art & Asia Pacific and The New York Times.

Our artists have had their works exhibited in museums such as Louvre, MOMA, and Guggenheim. Some have had their works used in films such as “The First Wives Club” while others have had their work exhibited in luxury hotels such as Hilton, Sheraton, Daiichi, Nikko and ANA.

As my experience of the representative with anonymous artists in the past 50 years, on December 1, 2018, Ashok Jain gallery has opened an online gallery, ARTd4.com.

According the article in Arttactic (www.th https://arttactic.com/) at art market research & analysis “Millennials Shape the Future of the Online Art Market” by Mary Ahearn, focuses on three important points about the online art market.

The first point in the sixth edition of Hiscox Online Trade Report 2018 “the online market has done an estimated $4.22 billion last year, which is an increase from the year before.”The second point found that the 43% of the buyers surveyed, the Generation Y (20-35 years) also known as “millennial’s” are 20% percent of all buyers. The third finding is that people who buy art online will buy more often and at a higher price.

For the above reasons, Ashok Jain gallery in New York  started  online art business to appeal to internationally.

Our new project of “ARTd4” is Capital of D’s-“Dream, Design, Decorate and Deliver”

You will no longer have to “Dream” of going to a museum. You can look at your favorite artists using our searchable database of all the artists that we represent.  You will be able to view artworks, juxtapose artworks next to each other to compare the colors, sort by color, and size and “Design”. You will be able to place the artworks in frames, and place selected pieces in a room setting to help you “Decorate” your living space. We will “Deliver” your artwork to your home for you to enjoy.

We are thrilled to bring to our experience, knowledge and expertise of 50 years for artists and collectors.

Looking forward to hearing from you soon.



Ashok Jain



Daniela Pagnotta

Email: dan@art4d.com Daniela Pagnotta has been with Ashok Jain Gallery since 2011. During that time she has curated art shows at Ashok Jain Gallery in New York City as well as in Art Fairs in the United States and Asia. She reviews and promotes emerging artists, and works with collectors to bring our artists to the forefront.

Maria Diaz

Email: maria@artd4.com
Maria Bernal Diaz received an AS from Westchester Community College and is currently enrolled in a BA Painting Program and a Minor in Art History at Hunter College. Originally from Sevilla, Spain, she appreciates the beauty of traditional and modern art and has established an avid appreciation for it in her travels abroad. Her experience includes liaising with artists and their representatives, sales, social media promotion, and organizing exhibitions.

Sai Morikawa

Email: sai@artd4.com
Ms. Morikawa is a distinguished painter/illustrator whose works have been prominently exhibited in Japan, the European Union, and the United States, being academically trained at the National Academy School of Fine Arts in New York City. As a writer of fine arts, Ms. Morikawa's writing has been regularly featured in quarterly fine arts magazine, COOL Magazine (New York City) since 2006. In the past few years, Ms. Morikawa's work was featured in prominent publications such as Tugboat Magazine Japan, NY Japion newspaper and The Ground Magazine, New York City. She is responsible for curating all our Japanese exhibits in the gallery since 2010.