Highlights of India Art Fair 2016

Highlights of India Art Fair 2016

  • Posted on: January 28, 2016
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All ye art aficionados, connoisseurs, collectors, students, art lovers, patrons and those who just love ogling at art, get set into those most comfortable pair of jeans and moccasins and head for the India Art Fair 2016. This latest edition of the art mela is bigger, better and trendier and has some absolute gems from artists all over the globe with the spotlight firmly placed on artists from the Indian sub-continent and South Asia. ARTSOME presents some visual delights as a sneak preview of the India Art Fair 2016! Enjoy…

 

 

 

 

Faig Ahmed, Step Inside, 2016, woven carpet, 158 x 200 cmsFaig Ahmed, Step Inside, 2016, woven carpet, 158 x 200 cms

 

 

 

 

Surendran Nair, Alibis of the Cognates (series), 2015, digital inkjet printSurendran Nair, Alibis of the Cognates (series), 2015, digital inkjet print

 

 

Works by Asha Dangol

Asha Dangol

 

 

Juul Kraijer, Untitled, 2014, archival print on Hahnemuhle museum, etching, 11.75 x 8.75"

Juul Kraijer, Untitled, 2014, archival print on Hahnemuhle museum, etching, 11.75 x 8.75″

Pandit Khairnar, Untitled, 2008, oil on canvasPandit Khairnar, Untitled, 2008, oil on canvas

 

 

 

 

Rajorshi Ghosh, Landscape with Leader, 2015, photographs on mirrors, framed (in two parts), 72 x 48"

Rajorshi Ghosh, Landscape with Leader, 2015, photographs on mirrors, framed (in two parts), 72 x 48″

 

 

Ravi Agarwal, A culinary Lineage (with apologies to Claude Levi-Strauss), 5 photographic prints, 18 x 22"(each)

Ravi Agarwal, A culinary Lineage (with apologies to Claude Levi-Strauss), 5 photographic prints, 18 x 22″(each)

 

 

 

 

Atul Bhalla, Looking for Dvaipayana, 2015, archival pigment print, back mounted on Diabond, 16 x 25", Edition of 3Atul Bhalla, Looking for Dvaipayana, 2015, archival pigment print, back mounted on Diabond, 16 x 25″, Edition of 3

Group of artists, Haveli Shri Nath Ji, 2015, stone colour on cloth, 3 x 4 ftGroup of artists, Haveli Shri Nath Ji, 2015, stone colour on cloth, 3 x 4 ft