The representation of the Indian creative spirit at Frieze London saw numerous renowned and emerging Indian artists bring forth current visual narratives on a global platform. Held from 12th October to 16th October at The Regents Park, London, the fair had some of the most influential galleries from the …Read more..
Art Frieze moves its physical location in New York to the Shed while Indian galleries participate virtually Art fairs are coming back in a hybrid form—as was the case with the brief window period that we saw in New Delhi, India, with DCAW. Internationally as …Read more..
Mumbai: This virtual exhibition shines the spotlight on the epochal shift due to the Covid-19 pandemic ‘Not an Imitation’ at Project88, curated by Rohini Devasher and Pallavi Paul provides artists a platform to creatively express their feelings By Pallavi Mehra …Read more..
By Avantika Bhuyan Benodebehari Mukherjee’s paper-cut collages to Prafulla Mohanti’s Tantra works and Mahesh Baliga’s paintings of melting time, colour is at the heart of Indian galleries’ showcase at the art fair. Velu Viswanadhan’s ‘Untitled’, casein on linen (1991). Courtsey: Project …Read more..
South Asia shone bright this year at one of the world’s biggest showcase of contemporary art. By Sharmistha Ray. May 6, 2018. There’s lots that’s great at Frieze this year. It’s comforting to see familiar faces from the Indian art world on this …Read more..