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Cover Story   Indian art market has immense potential to grow

The value of the modern & contemporary Indian art represents only a small percentage of the global market. The fact that it’s undervalued in comparison to international art leaves immense scope for value buying. More

A mélange of classic and contemporary, modern and traditional forms
Glance at a series of significant international exhibits - ravishing ‘Ragamala paintings’; vivacious ‘Visions of Mughal India’; captivating Kalighat paintings, alongside contemporary art shows More
  Book Review  
‘Rethinking Curating: Art after New Media’
An insightful documentation of displaying, interpreting and collecting new media works by Beryl Graham and Sarah Cook also looks to re-position and reorient conventional curatorial practices. More
  Artist Profile   Mapping a multi-faceted master’s illustrious career
Socially sensitive, spontaneous and richly calligraphic works by K.G. Subramanyan skillfully synthesize the finer elements of Indian mythology, folk art traditions and European modernism. More
  Artist Profile   A veteran artist influenced by rich traditions and contemporary concerns
Human predicament, emotions and experiences inspire Jatin Das, who is also staunchly determined to spread awareness about India’s rich traditional art forms and preserve them for generations to come. More
  Artist Profile   Peeping into a world-renowned sculptor’s unconventional universe
Unusual methods and materials juxtaposed with a very peculiar non-Western visual idiom form part of Anish Kapoor’s gigantic sculptures that permeate both physical and psychological space. More
Contemporary Indian art – By Art
  Art Feed  
  Long considered as just one of the emerging movements in the BRIC countries (Brazil, Russia, India and China), Indian Contemporary art has managed to carve out a distinct place in the global art market with its own independent identity.
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