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  |  30. January 2020

IndiaArtFair 2020 30.01-02.02

India Art Fair: NSIC Grounds, Delhi, India

Fair Dates: 31 January – 2 February 2020

Preview: Thursday 30 January 2020


Led by Fair Director Jagdip Jagpal, the 12th edition of the fair celebrates the thriving modern-day art scene across South Asia, positioning the artists at its core, combining cutting-edge contemporary visual art with modern masters, vernacular artistic traditions, and an expanded performance and talks programme. Committed to presenting an all-inclusive event from entry to exit, the fair will include tactile artworks, braille signages and fair guides, complimented by a programme featuring dedicated workshops and personalised accessibility tours for visitors.

PLATFORM, a popular sector of the fair that acts as a springboard for emerging artists, art practices and collectives from South Asia, with Britto Arts Trust (Dhaka), Delhi Crafts Council (Delhi) and Metta Contemporary (Navi Mumbai) returning following their 2019 participation, along with highlights from new participants Arts of the Earth and Gallery Ragini (all Delhi), specialists in vernacular art forms.

Extending across the fairgrounds, visitors will encounter a selection of OUTDOOR ART PROJECTS, ranging from large-scale interactive installations to sculptures, including giant wooden rain drops by Chennai based printmaker Vijay Pichumani with Art Houz Gallery touching on the ongoing conversation around water scarcity and excess, to acclaimed international Magnum photographer Martin Parr, who will present a live photography project from PHOTOINK, featuring a growing display of images that have been captured across the fair.

PUBLIC PROGRAMMING

This year the fair expands on its programme with new artist led workshops and display by ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE featuring specialist run sessions ranging from drawing and illustration to paper and zine making by artists Gagan Singh and Ghiora Aharoni, Marcel Dzama, Manisha Parekh and Renuka Rajiv.

Offering a public platform for dialogues and discussions, AUDITORIUM TALKS, will feature artist presentations, memorial lectures and conversations across the artworld. Celebrating critical experimentation and the work of artists, curators, critics, collectors and institutions across the globe.

The BOOKSHOP & CAFÉ will feature an extended range of publications including self-published art books, exhibition catalogues, graphic novels and zines, complimented by conversational sessions, workshops and masterclasses targeted at young students and collectors.

A full list of participating galleries for the 2020 edition of India Art Fair can be found at www.indiaartfair.in/exhibitors

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