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  •  “The Art of India” is a meticulously curated exhibition showcasing the finest Indian art from both the past and present. This captivating showcase came to life at the India Habitat Centre in New Delhi , running from January 28th to February 4th. This unique platform offers art collectors the opportunity to explore and invest in a diverse range of masterpieces and emerging blue-chip contemporary artworks, all under the theme of “Tradition, Transition, Modernity.”

    The Delhi edition of the show was inaugurated on January 28th, by Mr. Jyotiraditya Scindia, Minister of Civil Aviation and Steel, alongside HRH Priyadarshini Raje Scindia and Deepika Jindal, Creative Director and MD of Jindal Lifestyle .

    28-01-2024 The art of India exhibition at India Habitat Centre in Delhi on Sunday _________ TARUN RAWAT

    Curated by Dr Alka Pande, this edition features works by distinguished artists such as Raja Ravi Verma, B Prabha, M F Husain, Ganesh Haloi, Manu Parekh and Jayasri Burman. The exhibition is a testament to India’s creative legacy, showcasing a variety of artistic mediums including painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, ceramics, photography, video, digital and mixed-media works.

    “Indian art serves as a custodian of our historical legacy. It acts as a force, transcending boundaries, bringing together the past, present, and future of the country, and fostering a sense of national identity among all. Today, I had the honor of inaugurating the 2024 issue of the ‘Art of India’ Exhibition. Themed around “Tradition, Transformation, and Modernity: The Story of India and Art,” the exhibition celebrates the cultural richness of India and inspires us to appreciate, preserve, and contribute to the narrative of Indian art,” expressed Mr. Jyotiraditya Scindia, Minister of Civil Aviation and Steel .

    The exhibition serves as a platform for art collectors to explore and invest in both traditional and contemporary artworks. It celebrates India’s creative legacy and offers a glimpse into the evolving narrative of Indian art.

    Dr. Alka Pande, Curator remarked, “This year, The Art of India presents a ‘ragamalika’ of Indian visual culture, highlighting the voices, languages, and mediums that define Indian art. It promises to be a feast for art lovers.”

    The Art of India exhibition continues to be a beacon for art enthusiasts, offering a platform to experience the forms of visual arts. With its focus on tradition, transition, and modernity, the exhibition promises to be a celebration of India’s artistic heritage and a testament to the creativity of its artists.

    What: The Art of India

    When and Where :

    January 28th to February 4th | Visual Arts Gallery at India Habitat Centre

    March 9th to March 15th | Dilip Piramal Gallery and Experimental Lawns, NCPA


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