Charmi Gada Shah recipient of FICA Emerging Artist Award 2011


A jury that included Bharti Kher and Sunil Gupta has selected installation artist Charmi Gada Shah as the winner of the 2011 Emerging Artist Award, initiated by FICA.

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Indian art season in France: installation dominates 2 major museum shows


Work by a plethora of Indian artists is on show at two French museums: “Paris-Delhi-Bombay” at the Centre Pompidou (Paris) and “Indian Highway IV” at MAC (Lyons).

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ART HK 11 Hong Kong art fair: ART HK confirms 2012 edition to be held in May


In the latest press release from ART HK 11, sent out on 31 May 2011, organisers announce that the 2012 edition of the fair will be held in May rather than February.

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Indian Saffronart Spring Online Auction catalogue live – event alert


The catalogue for Indian Saffronart’s 2011 Spring Online Art Auction is available on their website. Big names listed include Subodh Gupta, Jitish Kallat and Bharti Kher.

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Can you sell big to first-time collectors? Indian Art Summit 2011 round-up


Third Indian Art Summit proves Indian arts ability to attract big crowds, global art buyers and top-end galleries. But did everyone agree on its success?

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3 Indian and 2 Chinese artists in top 10 for sculpture auction revenue – Artprice


CHINESE INDIAN ARTISTS CONTEMPORARY SCULPTURE ART MARKET REPORT Three Indian and two Chinese artists are featured in Artprice’s top 10 of contemporary artists for auction revenue from sculptures. While the report’s contemporary painting segment features artists from the US, the … Continue reading

10 indian artists to watch in 6 minutes


In this TED video, collector Ravin Agrawal introduces ten young contemporary artists working in India, and he does it in six minutes! Art Radar presents a brief summary of the video and the artists that it covers.

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New media art showcased in first Indian festival of its kind


INDIA FESTIVALS NEW MEDIA ART Artists, critics, historians and art lovers gathered at the First National Art Week of New Media in late September this year at the Government Museum and Art Gallery in Chandigarh, India, through the collaboration between … Continue reading