The 2015 edition of the India Art fair saw DAG securing a lavish booth that spread over 11,000 sq. ft. The gallery presented a show of close to a thousand artworks that consisted of both paintings and sculptures. The thematically curated exhibition consisted of nine categories: pre-modern art, the Bengal school, academic realism, the Bombay Progressive artists, high modernism, the Baroda school and Group 1890, the Cholamandal artists, tantra and sculptures. This categorically placed collection successfully attempted to showcase the dynamic range of Indian art over the last two hundred years.
The DAG pavilion featured a business lounge, a publication/curio store as well as a seating area. A popular feature that was also continued the following year, the gallery hosted interactive sessions conducted at an adjacent auditorium. This show was complemented with an exhaustive ten volume publication entitled The Visual History of Indian Modern Art.