Indian Modern and contemporary market treading water? ArtTactic reports decline


ArtTactic recently released their spring 2012 auction analysis of Indian modern and contemporary art sales. The figures show a steady decline in the region.

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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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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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Indian art market hits peak 2008 figures – modern art favoured


ART MARKET INDIAN ART MODERN ART AUCTIONS For some time now, the Indian art market has been reviving after the post-2008 buying slump. New Delhi-based journalist John Elliott, who runs the current affairs blog Riding the Elephant, reports in a recent post … Continue reading

Rising confidence in Indian art as market recovers


INDIAN ART MARKET CONFIDENCE A recent article published on livemint.com by the Wall Street Journal reported a rising trend of speculators’ confidence in the Indian art market, possibly as a result of a rebound in valuations of Indian artworks. The … Continue reading

Peabody Essex Museum loaned 3 giants of contemporary and modern Indian art: Anish Kapoor, Francis Newton Souza, Paritosh Sen


INDIAN ART AMERICAN ART MUSEUM COLLECTIONS This year, the Peabody Essex Museum (PEM) has acquired three major works on loan from the Harmony Art Foundation: Anish Kapoor’s Halo (2006), Francis Newton Souza’s Birth (1955)and Paritosh Sen’s Amhedabad scene (1984). “We … Continue reading