India Art Fair 2015: DH special feature

India Art Fair 2015: DH special feature

India Art Fair 2015: DH special feature

The India Art Fair, currently in its seventh edition, is a four-day extravaganza that showcases a breadth of modern and contemporary art practices. Held at the NSIC Exhibition Grounds, a total of 90 booths would feature the work of more than 400 artists from India and abroad. 

Creative colours in the air

It is showtime, folks! The India Art Fair (IAF) is back in the Capital, bringing with it all the action, hustle, bustle and excitement. Giridhar Khasnis offers an overview...

Girish Shahane: Man of the moment

Girish Shahane is the artistic director of the India Art Fair 2015. He is responsible for putting up an extensive schedule that includes a comprehensive series of artistic projects. 

View from the gallery: Sakshi

Sakshi Gallery is one of the pre-eminent galleries in the country. Over the last three decades, it has hosted exceptional exhibitions and events, working closely with important Indian and international artists and  introducing many emerging ones.

Art that's Indian at heart

It has been my good fortune to visit and be a part of many art fairs across the globe, from where I have come away rejuvenated and energised to create more art, and experience more art. 

Apparao's checkmate at IAF

Established in 1984, Apparao Galleries has been associated with several well-known as well as emerging artists. 

A trailblazer's artful journey revisited

One of the most prominent women artists of her generation, Arpita Singh has been a trailblazer in many ways. 

A contemporary view from the gallery

Established in December 2008, and run by its directors, Anahita Taneja and Shefali Somani, Shrine Empire Gallery, Delhi has created an exciting platform for presenting and promoting contemporary visual art practices.

Interesting artists to look out for

For nearly four decades, Francis Limérat (born 1946) has developed a range of works which is essentially focused on the ‘line’. Limérat's approach is rooted in the history of abstraction, manifesting in formal terms, such as colour, freedom from objective context, and a reduction of form to basic geometric designs.

Important collateral events not to be missed

Born in Mangalore, Kamath finished his course in sculpturing at Chamarajendra Academy of Visual Arts, Mysore. He shifted base to New Delhi in early 1990s andsince then has held several solo shows andparticipated in group exhibitions.

Get a round-up of the day's top stories in your inbox

Check out all newsletters

Get a round-up of the day's top stories in your inbox