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  • Global Artist Akshita Gandhi to exhibit her artwork at Market Art+ Design at Bridgehampton Museum

    Published on June 24, 2019

      Mumbai: The most awaited art fair, Market Art + Design’s 9th edition is finally here. The East End’s leading modern and contemporary art and design fair returns to the Bridgehampton Museum on Montauk Highway (Route 27) in the centre of Bridgehamptom Town from the 5th to the 7th of July, 2019.

    With mile-long driveways, private beach trails and the occasional celebrity sighting, the Hamptons is the epitome of accessible luxury. While in recent years the Hamptons has become somewhat of a playground for Manhattan’s elite, it has long been a host to a plethora of contemporary art. The local art scene is thriving and stakes its claim throughout the East End with a series of 80 distinguished galleries from around the world.

    In a melange of multiple hues, Internationally known artist, Akshita Gandhi has created stunning artworks encompassing myriad themes. Akshita is delighted to be able to showcase her artwork at the Hamptons whose artistic heritage lingers to this day. This will be her 11th International Art Fair and second in the United States. She made her mark at Scope in Miami, one of America’s largest contemporary art fairs with the renowned Vogelsang Gallery. She is one of the few female artists to have displayed her artwork around the world in such a short timespan. This artistic prodigy has escaped all the shackles of patriarchal projections of the art industry of art and it is a matter of pride to of pride to announce her participation in a fair as prestigious as the Market Art + Design at the ever so magnificent Bridgehampton Museum.

    Gandhi‘s works were selected by the curatorial team at Market Art + Design. She is displaying a photograph from her series, Midsummer Night’s Dream, Fairy Lights and Rogue Atoms and a mixed media artwork from the series, Agamemnon’s Reverie.

    The artwork aims to capture the fickle nature of fantasies and reveries we so often deem as reality and is inspired from the Trojan War in the Iliad by Homer.