The PBC Art Gallery a part of Paharpur Business Centre constantly endeavors to bring something new and of value to art lovers and art collectors. In a short span, PBC Art Gallery has hosted a number of exhibitions and art shows of eminent artists. The themes depict a large range comprising ordinary life paintings and landscapes to human struggles of the economically deprived section of society and so on.
Paharpur Business Centre and its services are certified for ISO 9001 for Quality Management Systems, ISO 14001 for Environment Management Systems, ISO 22000 for Food Safety Management System, OHSAS 18001 for Occupational Health & Safety and SA 8000 for social accountability. It is also a participant of the UN Global Compact and publishes its sustainability report as per GRI guidelines.
Paharpur Business Centre is a socially committed organisation and the Art Gallery is yet another venture in this direction. The PBC's share of proceeds from art exhibitions goes to support environmental initiatives undertaken by it thus supporting Art for Environment through its attempt to provide a platform to eminent as well as upcoming artists to showcase their works of art.
Among some of the key exhibitions have been group shows of paintings in the everlasting memory of Late B.C. Sanyal - "The Grand Old Man of Indian Contemporary Art". This show was in the form of a collection of paintings of upcoming artists (mostly students of the maestro B.C. Sanyal) who had exhibited their paintings internationally.
The most recent exhibition has been the well-talked about a group exhibition of Ms. Ganga Somany and Mr. Basant Kumar Birla. The show titled 'Landscapes', - Photographs taken & autographed by Mr. Basant Kumar Birla & 'Dreams on Canvas' - Art works by Ms. Ganga Somany drew a large crowd of art lovers.
Paharpur Business Centre is keen on making the PBC Art Gallery™ famous all over the world. Plans are on the anvil for making the PBC Art Gallery™ into a six-floor high art centre Delhi and India can be proud of. Presently the art exhibitions showcase Indian art but the ultimate aim is to ensure that within the next four to five years the works of Indian artists can be placed in many countries of the world. A unique concept of "Rent-a-Painting" through which art lovers can have the works of their choice displayed at their home or offices at reasonable deposit and rent is also on the cards.