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Cover Story   What’s driving the buzz about Indian art globally?

Astute collectors and market players sense this is an excellent scope to consider and time their purchases at very attractive good prices. They feel it’s the perfect time to enter the Indian art market. More

     
  Features  
 
A spotlight on Sharjah Biennial 11
 
 
The event features diverse art practices that resonate with fine strands of the core curatorial theme: the diversity and complexity of different societies and cultures; political and spatial relations. More
 
   
     
  Book Review  
 
‘Talking Prices’
 
 
In this thought-provoking document, art and economics expert Olav Velthuis deals with the ‘Symbolic Meaning of Prices’ on the market for Contemporary Art and to locate elements that greatly determine art value. More
 
   
         
  Artist Profile   A triumvirate of talented artists
 
If Arijoy Bhattacharya looks to seamlessly blend the oriental and the occidental, Viraj Naik looks to weave his visual narration around a realm of curious make-believe entities, whereas Ram Bali Chauhan’s opts for an intricate arrangement of line and form. More
  Artist Profile   A spotlight on this year’s Skoda Prize winner
 
Sculpture and installation work by LN Tallur reveals itself to be cosmopolitan as well as historically astute. A hallmark of his practice has been to translate traditional Indian symbols into a contemporary language, to denote the diversity of traditional Indian life. More
  Artist Profile   ‘ZegnArt’ artist for a prestigious public art project
 
Reena Kallat has been chosen for the first artwork of a global initiative by Italy’s ZegnArt launched in India. Her work fully responds to the spirit of the commission from a formal point of view as well as in terms of content. More
         
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Prominent contemporary Indian artists shine globally
  Art Feed  
  Ranbir Kaleka at Art13 London, Atul Dodiya-Hema Upadhyay twin show in Ohio, Subodh Gupta’s first Institutional solo in Switzerland, and a Sheela Gowda retrospective courtesy Netherlands’s Van Abbemuseum
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