CONTEMPORARY ART MARKET INDIAN ARTISTS
Bidding in Saffronart’s upcoming Spring Online Art Auction? Interested in a glimpse of what’s for sale? The catalogue, with work by big names like Subodh Gupta, Jitish Kallat and Bharti Kher, is now available to view online.
From the press release:
The Saffronart Spring Online Art Auction will take place on www.saffronart.com starting Wednesday, March 16 at 9:00am India time (or Tuesday, March 15 at 11:30pm US Eastern Time). The auction features 120 lots by 57 modern and contemporary artists, including paintings, sculptures and drawings.
View the catalogue online.
Bidding will take place online on www.saffronart.com or via Saffronart’s mobile bidding application (download here). However, you may choose to send in your bids prior to the start of the auction, by faxing in a Written Bidform with your proxy bid of a maximum value, or an opening bid. Read about proxy/automatic bidding.
Please note that you must pre-register with us before the start of the auction to have bidding access once the auction begins.
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