October 2016: In the last quarter of 2016 and in preparation for the India Art Fair in 2017, Buzz Art Pvt. Ltd. is excited to announce the launch of India’s first home-grown art app ArtBuzz India for Android and iOS – now available to download.
All the art under one roof, ArtBuzz India is a mobile app that keeps you up-to-date with all the art events, talks and movie screenings in your city at the tap of your fingertips.
In collaboration with the premier galleries and exhibition spaces in your city, we bring to your smart phones – detailed events, guides and catalogues – whether you choose to browse through them from the comfort of your home or venture out and experience them first hand.
What’s On: Plan your visits to exhibitions well in advance with the ‘This Week’ section, or take a quick look at the ‘Ongoing exhibitions’ section to drop by on the go.
Event pages: Each event has a detailed page to answer your when-where-what queries along with reviews, expert comments and catalogues for selected exhibitions. Add an event to your calendar so you never miss out on it.
Space list: Find all the art hideouts under one roof – a comprehensive list of all the galleries in your city.
Near Me: Need directions? Map your way through the city, find the galleries closest to you and drop by for a quick dose of art.
In addition to the features, the users get an all-access across cities that are being covered by ArtBuzz on one click. The ArtBuzz app is a platform that bridges the gap between art and its audience, designed to be a go-to portal for all galleries and art lovers, promote visual arts and make the gallery a friendlier environment for beginners and connoisseurs alike.
Download the ArtBuzz India app now! Available on Google Play Store and the App Store in iOS.
The ArtBuzz App at a Glance
Co-founder, ArtBuzz India
Amisha completed her BA (Hons.) English Literature from Lady Shri Ram College, Delhi University in 2008. An art writer by profession, she has contributed to numerous publications like Hindustan Times, The New Indian Express, Tehelka, The Financial Express and Indian Contemporary Art Journal.
On a quest to change the way the art is perceived by the youth and to find a way for it to reach a larger audience, she uses words to fill in the gaps between the two.
When not chasing deadlines, she loves to read, travel and play the piano.