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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Palais de Tokyo expands: More room for international contemporary art


Eleven Asian artists have been included in the inaugural edition of La Triennale, which was launched at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris on 20 April 2012.

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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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Words in Art: How Indian-born painter Sujata Bajaj uses Sanskrit on canvas


For the last interview in our year-long “Words in Art” series, Art Radar met with the Indian painter Sujata Bajaj in her Paris studio. Read on for an overview of her practice.

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India Art Collective versus VIP Art Fair: Internet fair compare


Art Radar reviews the successes and the pitfalls of selling art online while also looking at how the first India Art Collective online art fair compares to VIP Art Fair.

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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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Venice Biennale model outdated? Cultural citizenship an alternative – curator Ranjit Hoskote


Curator Ranjit Hoskote shares his views on the Venice Biennale model and his image of the event as a shift from spectacle to search engine, nationality to cultural citizenship.

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