Held in New Delhi, India Art Fair is one of the leading international art fairs held in South Asia. It is a four-day event that celebrates the art and culture of India. By giving an insight into the development of the artistic scenario of the country and by providing a platform to artists and artisans to showcase their talents; India Art Fair is an extensive program. With numerous Indian and International artists presenting their works, the India Art Fair brings together organisations, art charities, national art institutions and galleries.
India Art Fair 2020 Date
It is the 11th edition this year India Art Fair and is being held from the 31st of January 2020 to the 3rd of February. An exclusive preview will be held from 3:00 PM - 7:00 PM on 31 January 2019, offering selected collectors and special visitors the first-hand opportunity to witness the work put up before the fair is opened to the public from 2:00 PM - 7:00 PM on 1st and 2nd February 2019 and 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM on 3rd February 2020.
Venue of India Art Fair
At the NSIC Exhibition Grounds, Okhla
India Art Fair Ticket Price
The Thursday Preview pass is for INR 9000 and admits two individuals. Pass for a day for one person is available for INR 600 while a three-day pass is for INR 1500.
About The India Art Fair
The primary aim of this festival is to enable the national and international audiences to appreciate the artistic developments of the country and to engage them in the cultural history of the South Asian region. It is organised by a team of an extraordinarily diverse and skilful group of individuals. This time it is led by Jagdip Jagpal, a renowned name in both the commercial and public art sector.
India Art Fair was held for the first time in 2008 under Neha Kirpal who realised the need for an art platform in India to respond to the global interest in Indian art and since then IAF has attracted a large number of visitors every year who have a keen interest and an eye for art in all its essence. The visitors include art enthusiasts, journalists, critics, art curators and collectors.
India Art Fair Sponsors & Exhibitors
The 11th edition will see some big names and a strong representation from the art and craft sector which will create the most exquisite landscape of masterpieces. Along with the regional artists, the fair will also have the most carefully chosen art galleries and artists from Asia, Europe and North America, some who have never showcased in India before.
Line Up Of Artists & Art Galleries
Some international names are 1x1 Art Gallery from Dubai, David Zwirner from Hong Kong, Bruno Art Group from Singapore, Tokyo Gallery from Kyoto, Sabrina Amrani from Madrid among others. The big names from within the country include DAG, Chemould Prescott Road, Arario Gallery, Gallery Samukha, Jhaveri Contemporary and many more to look forward to. Thus, one can witness a wide range of artists who offer access to some entirely different and magnificent art from India as well as beyond.
India Art Fair is thus a leading platform for modern and contemporary art and a keyhole to the country's as well as neighbouring states' cultural history and landscape. It has been expanding year by year to reflect and skills and craftsmanship of numerous artists and has also become a bedrock of cultural discourse, displaying immense diversity and innovation.