About Us

APRE Art House was founded in 2016 by Prerna Jain. It came about as the fruition of her long-term vision to contribute to the diverse and multi-layered space of modern and contemporary art, and to create an innovative platform for its understanding and outreach both nationally and globally.


With several multidisciplinary exhibitions, art fair, and arts programs executed over the last two years, APRE Art House has risen to the challenge posed by the complex pandemic period within the cultural industry. The Art House is envisioned as not just a gallery, but a platform to build networks of support and strengthen stakeholder relationships through professional channels. In contextualizing and addressing the crucial needs in the arts sector, the gallery aims to integrate itself and provide stability within a constantly morphing socio-cultural topography.


APRE offers art enthusiasts and connoisseurs the opportunity to engage with a meticulously selected range of art in diverse mediums and styles. APRE aims to promote a plural arts culture through regular physical and virtual showcases while also continuing to develop public programming.


APRE Art House works to continuously build and grow a network of artists, patrons, and collaborators in order to magnify the outreach of the arts and facilitate newer definitions of art practice and viewership.





    Prerna SM Jain has earned her Masters In Modern & Contemporary Art Market And It’s History degree from Christie’s education, New York, and her Bachelors in Fine Arts from Rachana Sansad, Mumbai. She has worked at several art galleries and institutions, including Christies auction house, New York. She has trained with Ted Seth Jacobs in France, at Florence Academy of Art, National Academy and the Art Students League of New York. She is an art critic for several newspapers and art news platforms including- The Daily Star, New York Artnews and Kashmir Reader, amongst others.





    Lina Vincent is an independent art historian and curator with two decades of experience in arts management. She is committed to socially engaged practices that reflect in the multi-disciplinary projects she has developed and participated in. The focus areas of her research include arts education, printmaking history and practice, the documentation of living traditions, and environmental consciousness in the arts.

    She completed an Archival Museum Fellowship from the India Foundation for the Arts (2018-19), and runs the Goa Familia archival photography project with Serendipity Arts Foundation. She initiated and headed the Piramal Residency Artist Incubator Programme 2019-20 and is Associate Curator with ARTPORT_making waves, international curatorial collective operating at the intersection of art, climate change and sustainability. Lina has curated numerous exhibitions with galleries across India and contributes to publications on art history and contemporary cultural practices. Lina has a bachelor's degree in printmaking and a master's in Art History from Bangalore University (2001). 

  • Select shows by the gallery-

    Time Lapse, India Art Fair, New Delhi, 2022

    TRANSIT, New Delhi, 2021

    An Organization of Chaos, OVR,  2021

    What’s Your  Cup of Tea?, New York, 2017