The India Art Festival, that showcases contemporary works, will be organised at the Constitution Club of India, Rafi Marg, New Delhi from October 13-16, 2022; Ashif Hossain (Source: PR Handout)

An artwork by Ashok Bhowmick that will be displayed as part of the three-day festival. (Source: PR Handout)

This year, 25 art galleries and 450 artists will be displaying over 4,500 artworks in 110 booths; (Jogen Choudhuri Source: PR Handout)

L K Gupta’s artwork titled ‘Waiting’. (Source: PR Handout)

Manu Parekh’s work. (Source: PR Handout)

Minakshi Patil’s work on display (Source: PR Handout)

Bringing together galleries, artists, private foundations, art charities, artists collectives, national institutions, cultural events, and festivals presenting the rich cultural history and development of the South Asian region to local and international audiences, the festival will see innovative works on display across various mediums; Neeraj Sharma’s work (Source: PR Handout)

An artwork by Nishant Dange. (Source: PR Handout)

Nitin and Nilesh Sharma’s work. (Source: PR Handout)

The artworks are in the form of prints, paintings, drawings, sculptures, photography, ceramics, lithographs, and installations; Pankaj Bawdekar work (Source: PR Handout)

Notably, the contemporary art fair, founded in 2011, is considered to be one of the biggest Indian Art Fair Network that hosts art fairs at New Delhi, Bengaluru and Mumbai; Work by Roop Chand. (Source: PR Handout)

Sanjay Devsale’s work (Source: PR Handout)

Rajendra Patil, founder, and managing director, India Art festival said in a press statement that the festival aims to improve the quality of art; Sudha Adarsh’s work (Source: PR Handout)

Tanisha Bakshi’s work titled ‘Aanchal’. (Source: PR Handout)

According to the IAF’s website, IAF initiated the process of democratising Indian art market at two levels – first by mingling rural artists with the metro-bred highly articulate urban artists and second by creating simple but refreshing ambience for very ‘art viewing, buying and selling’ process outside the confines of unapproachable art spaces; Tapas Sarkar’s sculptural piece (Source: PR Handout)


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