India’s largest steel sculpture: Kiran Nadar unveils new Subodh Gupta acquisition


The Kiran Nadar Museum of Art recently unveiled blue-chip Indian artist Subodh Gupta’s Line of Control. The colossal sculpture displays a mushroom cloud made of pieces of steel kitchenware.

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A common man uncommonly direct – Indian contemporary sculptor Subodh Gupta in conversation in Hong Kong


CONVERSATION SUBODH GUPTA INDIAN CONTEMPORARY ART New Delhi-based contemporary artist Subodh Gupta is not backward in coming forward with his views. Smiling firmly, he chose not to respond to introductory remarks made by moderator William Pym, Managing Editor of Art … Continue reading

Which 5 Indian artists would you dare to buy now?


CONTEMPORARY INDIAN ART Which artists from the Indian subcontinent are most likely to have a market in 10 years time? Think about it for a moment and then compare your results with those below. Top 5 Ranking: 1. Subodh Gupta … Continue reading

Art Dubai 2009 – who sold what to whom? 15 galleries talk to Art Radar


MIDDLE EAST ART FAIR Which artists were favourites? 15 exhibitor galleries talk to Art Radar in the final day of the fair about sales, attendance and some new collector trends. Summary: Middle Eastern collectors showing first signs of interest in East Asian art … Continue reading

India's first art museum Devi employs student curators for its second show – review Livemint


  INDIAN ART MUSEUM SHOW Where in The World to 3 May 2009 Devi Art Foundation Renowned Indian art collector Anupam Poddar opened India’s first art museum, the Devi Art Foundation in 2008. ‘Where in the World’ is its second … Continue reading

Which artists from Asia are in the Pompidou Centre's collection?


    MUSEUM COLLECTIONS Helpful sources of objective and rigorous judgement, museums  provide an independent voice in an art world populated by more unscrupulous personalities and poor research than is ideal.  But how can we find out what the top museums are acquiring and what … Continue reading

Indian contemporary art survey Chalo at Mori in Japan to March 2009


    INDIAN CONTEMPORARY ART SURVEY Chalo! India: A New Era of Indian Art 22 November to 15 March 2009 From the press release: “Chalo” is Hindi for “Let’s go.” With the words “Chalo! India” (Let’s go! India), we invite … Continue reading