Tribune News Service
New Delhi, February 8
Carefully selected galleries from across Asia, Europe, South America, the UK and the US will showcase their globally-recognised artists as the four-day India Art Fair gets underway at the NSIC grounds from tomorrow.
The fair will feature a range of galleries offering unrivalled access to new and exciting art from India, the region and beyond with many of the artists never exhibited in the country before.
The fair will see the largest ever participation of non-profit and public institutions such as Kiran Nadar Museum of Art, Foundation for Indian Contemporary Art, Floodlight Foundation, BM Anand Foundation, Gujral Foundation, Devi Art Foundation and KHOJ; and international institutions like the Korean Culture Center and the Institut français en Inde.
There are many sections at the fair with galleries also looking to promote artists individually like Kolkata-based artist Avijit Dutta, whose works would be on show at the Gallerie Ganesha Booth.
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