Paintings, canvases and wall art — the classic framed format makes a big comeback at this year’s edition of India Art Fair. Big, bold installations take a backseat. No cutting edge installations, no bizarre artworks, not trying too hard.
The sixth edition of the India Art Fair, which begins on January 31 in Delhi, will exhibit works of 1,000 artists from around the world.
The India Art Fair will begin here Jan 30, and 47 art galleries from across the world will showcase modern and contemporary art practices including painting, sculpture, new media, installation and performance art.
Artist Nobina Gupta's installation at the upcoming India Art Fair (IAF) is a tree made of steel. "The Wishing Tree", she hopes, will be able to sensitise visitors to the dangers human beings pose to the earth.
The results of the Christie’s auction in Mumbai on Thursday have sent the Indian art fraternity in celebration mode, and they say this is only the beginning of a big art boost for the country.
The India Art fair is one of the subcontinent's most important platforms, showcasing modern and contemporary artists. We bring you the five most promising artists who will be bringing their most challenging works to the fair.
An Indian woman's mind is so conditioned to fear that it struggles to believe a safer environment can even exist, says artist Shweta Bhattad, who has used a wax attire and hot water for her upcoming performance that highlights women's safety dilemmas.
The year began on a positive note with the India Art Fair (IAF) garnering good response from national and international buyers.
Don't confuse "affordable" or "reasonably priced" with "cheap" says Anurag Sharma of the capital's United Art Fair (UAF), who aims to inculcate the art-buying culture in the country by targeting those who have never done so.