In partnership with BMW India, the four-day event features 71 galleries and 14 cultural institutions. It has drawn art lovers, curators and collectors from across the country and abroad.
“The India Art Fair never fails to surprise the audience with its scale and scope. Breaking away from defined canon of paintings, the fair has witnessed an increased appreciation towards mixed media installations,” says Urvi Kothari, Gallery Manager, Tao Art Gallery in a chat with YourStory.
As trends in Indian art, she points to the surge in a contemporary spin on indigenous textiles. These include small cloth potlis by Hema Shironi at Saskia Fernando, woven thread dangles in Anne Samat’s installation at Marc Straus, hand embroidery by T Venkanna at Gallery Maskara, and Avinash Veeraraghavan at GallerySKE.
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