Vadehra Art Gallery at the upcoming 7th edition of India Art Fair. 29th January – 1st February 2015.
Vadehra Art Gallery is proud to present a special selection of artworks for the upcoming 7th edition of India Art Fair 2015. Working across generations, the gallery focuses on promoting artwork of great aesthetic quality and sound conceptual values. This year, the selection features a variety of works from the gallery’s collection. Exclusive works by MF Husain will be a highlight of the booth underlining the impact of its relationship with the modern master by shedding light on the body of work specially made by Husain for the Gallery.
The contemporary selection at the art fair will also exhibit works by established artists such as Shilpa Gupta, Atul Dodiya, Atul Bhalla, Anju Dodiya and Nalini Malani as well as younger emerging artists including Sujith SN, Charmi Gada Shaw and Gipin Varghese all of whom have made a mark in the contemporary art scene thanks to Vadehra Art Gallery’s creative force and vision. The selection at India Art Fair not only showcases Husain’s extraordinary archive of work with the Vadehra Art Gallery but also underlines the gallery as a staunch supporter of the Indian contemporary art scene.
Vadehra Art Gallery has also made new incursions into some of the most interesting art scenes across the world, finding artists whose works speak a different language but compel the Indian sensibility. A selection of Mexican artists will be shown at India Art Fair to illustrate this aim for a better understanding of the global art scene.
Vadehra Art Gallery will also be presenting a session with Arpita Singh in-conversation in advance of her new book written by Deepak Ananth as part of the YES Bank Spotlight Series at the upcoming edition of India Art Fair 2015 on 30 January 2015 at 5.30 pm. The speakers for this session are Arpita Singh (Artist), Deepak Ananth (Art historian & Author) and Dr. Chaitanya Sambrani (Senior Lecturer, Centre for Art History and Art Theory- School of Art, The Australian National University, Canberra).