Get ready to view the works of premium artists from across the country and South Asia. The India Art Fair 2023 (IAF) will feature cutting-edge contemporary and digital artistic talent alongside modern masters. Touted as the largest celebration of Indian Art, the IAF 2023 is in partnership with BMW India. The fair will bring together collectors, curators, and art professionals who are integral to the international art scene.
For 2023, the fair will provide a platform for 86 exhibitors, which includes 72 galleries and 12 institutions. Pushing India towards achieving its target of becoming a more extensive and diverse economic and digital giant, IAF also has a new studio presenting the fair’s Digital Artist in Residence programme this year. Jaya Asokan, Fair Director of India Art Fair, reveals, “The scale and diversity of the fair in 2023 reflect the expansion of the contemporary and modern art market across India and South Asia, as well as burgeoning interest from the international community. We’re particularly proud of our artists who are testing the boundaries of contemporary and traditional arts or digital innovation, with many coming from previously unexplored regions of India. We’re proud of the quality of work they’re producing and powerfully responding to our changing times.”
The list of some of the artists showcasing at the India Art Fair is, Lakshmi Madhavan, Manish Nai, Dia Mehhta Bhupal, Yamini Nayar, Laila Tara H, Anoushka Mirchandani, Manjunath Kamath, Debashish Paul, Vayeda Brothers, Gurjeet Singh, Soumya Sanker Bose, Arpita Akhanda, Firi Rahman, Anju Dodiya, Anne Samat, T Venkanna, Anish Kapoor, Mangla Bai, and Rina Banerjee.
Where: NSIC Grounds, Okhla, New Delhi
When: 9 to 12 February 2023
Preview dates: 9 and 10 February 2023