Delhi’s artist-led United Art Fair opposes ‘monopolised aesthetic’


The artist-centred United Art Fair, which aims to move away from the “monopolisation of aesthetics” by mainstream art, will feature 520 emerging and established Indian artists selected from 1,850 entries.

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Kiran Nadar Museum of Art: Education priority for India’s first private institution


The Kiran Nadar Museum of Art (KNMA), which opened in 2010, is India’s first philanthropic, profit-free contemporary and modern art museum.

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India Art Fair Founder Neha Kirpal sees galleries “upping the game” – ArtTactic podcast


Neha Kirpal sat down with ArtTactic to talk about this year’s India Art Fair, the growing international presence in Indian arts and the importance of quality in the contemporary art market.

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India Art Fair 2012: For international galleries, India focus among emerging economies


A round-up of the India Art Fair which ended on 29 January 2012. Art Radar finds out what the overall reception of the fair was this time around.

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India Art Fair’s Collectors’ Circle educates new buyers


The India Art Fair, formally the India Art Summit, is launching Collectors’ Circle, an ongoing membership programme which aims to connect and educate emerging collectors.

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Buying Indian art for the new collector – Business Today


Business Today recently published an article providing valuable advice from knowledgeable professionals about purchasing or investing in Indian art.

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Young Indian artists struggle under veteran legacy – The Economic Times


An article published on The Economic Times highlights the struggle faced by a young generation of Indian artists to break free of the legacy left by the country’s pioneers.

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Masanori Fukuoka on early 1990s Indian art collecting – Hindustan Times


Top Indian art was snapped up at low prices in the early 1990s by collectors like Masanori Fukuoka. He speaks to the Hindustan Times about his experience.

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