Online Marketplace. Global Art Hub presents a three day selling exhibition with more than 100 artworks

Global Art Hub, an online marketplace for art, presents Art Exhibit 2016 – Masters of Modern Art, a three day selling exhibition with more than 100 artworks by 46 masters, including F.N. Souza, Jehangir Sabavala, M.F.Husain, Manjit Bawa, J Swaminathan and SH Raza. The event will open with an exclusive invite only VIP preview on the 8th April 2016 followed by two further days with works on display on the 9th and 10th April. With a total sale estimate of INR 20 Crore this carefully curated selection of works of Modern Indian masters sourced from leading art galleries and private collectors will be showcased in a space conceptualized by designer Varun Bahl at Dalmia House, 27 Akbar Road, the iconic Lutyens Delhi residence of one of the capital’s oldest industrialist families.

Spearheaded by Nakul Dev Chawla, Founder and CEO of Global Art Hub, the three day event will bring the highest calibre works, from a selection of the best art galleries in an integrated exhibition format, as opposed to presenting individual gallery booths. Participating galleries at Masters of Modern Art include Vadehra Art Gallery, Gallery Espace, Dhoomimal Gallery, Chawla Art Gallery and Great Banyan Art amongst others.

Leading the sale is Caverns Measureless to Man II by Jehangir Sabavala, from a private collection estimated at INR 2,00,00,000-2,50,00,000. Other key highlights include S.H.Raza’s  Bhoomi from a private collection, estimated at INR 1,25,00,000-1,50,00,000 and Untitled, a work by  J.Swaminathan estimated at INR 2,80,00,000–3,50,00,000 from a reputed art gallery collection.

Nakul Dev Chawla, Founder and CEO of Global Art Hub, commented “Global Art Hub aims to bring all the leading galleries of the country onto one platform. Our vision is to create a property which brings together exceptional works and makes them accessible in a physical space whilst also providing online access for buyers worldwide.”

Global Art Hub will also promote discussion and discourse around the art of collecting and will be organising a range of talks at the venue on 10th April by leading members of the arts fraternity.

For the first time Global Art Hub will exhibit the artworks whilst simultaneously making the works available online to collectors around the world.  With authenticity, research and quality as the pillars of this platform, the Global Art Hub Art Exhibit 2016 – Masters of Modern Art will be an opportunity for art connoisseurs to evaluate, compare and purchase rare artworks of renowned artists.