Showcasing 470 artists from 7 countries, India Art Festival gets bigger and better. If you’re in the capital city, this is the place to be!
If you’re wondering how to make this weekend superbly interesting, we suggest you go and check-out the India Art Festival that starts in New Delhi today. This Festival brings under one roof 470 artists from 7 countries.
This is the third edition of the India Art Festival (IAF) which is being held at the Thyagaraj Stadium, INA Colony, Delhi. It will feature all forms of artistic expressions including painting, sculptures, photography, ceramics, textiles, installations and offers an insight into current art trends from rural parts of India to the metro cities.
The Art Festival over the years has adhered to dual-module pattern where in the art galleries section and the ‘artists pavilion’ has proven successful in its last eight editions. This year too, apart from 400 master and established artists represented by various art galleries, the art festival offers an outstanding panorama of the Indian art choices in the ‘Artists Pavilion’ by 70 independent artists hailing from various corners of the country, from Chennai to Jammu and Tripura to Ahmedabad.
These independent artists include the mid-career, the established and the young rising stars. These young talents are teeming with the unbridled form of creativity bringing refresh and new radical visual art voices to the festival.
Another interesting feature this year is virtual coverage of Indian Art Festival through its e-commerce portal www.eindiaartfestival.com. So, now you can also browse these artworks on the official website with easy filters of price, range, medium, genre etc. India Art Festival is now a combination of live as well as online art fair, expanding its visitor base online to the world over.
India Art Festival was founded in 2011 by publishers of Indian Contemporary Art Journal, and is the only contemporary art fair held, annually in two metro cities – Mumbai and Delhi. The India Art Festival will be open from 23rd to 26th November, at the Thyagaraj Stadium, INA Colony, Delhi. Go visit!