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From Patron to Collector

The traditional patron always comes across as a selfless figure, who through his benevolent act sustains not only diverse art practices but through that develops an archive of sorts for the future. This transaction...

Know Your Street #1 | Lodhi Art District

While tracing the colourful streets of India’s first Art District in Delhi’s Lodhi Colony, you need a minimum of 2-3 hours to cover the entire area at leisure, with more than twenty breathtaking works spread out across consecutive blocks between Khanna Market and Meherchand Market…

KNOW YOUR STREET with Anant Art

What’s on the corner of your street? Is there a large cat with a ball of string peeping out; or is Gandhi ji’s massive face staring down benignly at you? Street Art is fast becoming an exciting avenue for artists to express themselves on a large scale and make works for the enjoyment of the public…

An insight into the Process : Students’ Biennale

Students’ Biennale, an extended programme of the Kochi Muziris Biennale, started in 2014 with the second edition of the main Biennale. It has already gained much popularity among the young art practitioners and the art aficionados who keep exploring for the future artists of the nation.

A New Ecosystem for Art

The absence of a full-fledged government support for the contemporary arts in India has posed severe institutional problems for its dissemination, display and growth. This was hampered by…

Indian Art Market 2017 – Forecast

After going through an extensive phase of economic recession, the Indian art world’s woes increased further last year when it was hit by the unexpected demonetisation drive.