Lend me your ears: “Word. Sound. Power.” at Tate Modern


New Delhi’s Khoj International Artists’ Association and London’s Tate Modern partner to host the exhibit “Word. Sound. Power.”, which explores how the human voice in speech or song is used either a tool of protest or sign of self.

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Curiosity bags Indian artist Navin Thomas 2011 ŠKODA Prize


The ŠKODA Prize is fast becoming the most prestigious contemporary art award in the Indian visual art scene, featuring the work of younger artists across the country.

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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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Culture writer attests to growing popularity of Indian artists in France


In an article published on DNA (Daily News and Analysis) in early November, culture writer Madhu Jain argues that France is trying to revive its status in the world of art. High-quality exhibitions like the recent one by Takashi Murakami in the Chateau De Versailles and Claude Monet shown at the Grand Palais are pulling crowds of visitors. Parallel to this trend, there is a growing fascination with Indian artists in the European art scene.

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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

New nonprofit museum of Indian art groundbreaking first for India – Christies, New York Times


MUSEUM INDIAN ART NEW MEDIA EXHIBITION to 30 September 2008 Spread over two floors and 7,500 square feet in an office tower in the Gurgaon suburb of New Delhi , the Devi Art Foundation, as it is called opened in August 2008 with … Continue reading

Charles Wallace India Trust supports emerging and mid career Indian artists


INDIAN ARTISTS KOLKATA CHARLES WALLACE INDIA TRUST: Many of its young artists, including GR Iranna and Eleena Banik are making a mark abroad, while names like Samit Dey, Sunil Gawde, Mithu Sen and Paula Sengupta have had overseas shows The Charles … Continue reading