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India Art Fair: A day to remember

  • Circle Uncircled by Rahul Kumar
    Circle Uncircled by Rahul Kumar

    The India Art fair saw significant works by international artists like William Kentridge to rare Kodak prints by M F Husain. However, there seem to be a lot more group shows this year as compared to the solo shows, that had dominated the fair last year

  • If I Had Known Then What I Know Now, India, 2015 by Based Upon
    If I Had Known Then What I Know Now, India, 2015 by Based Upon

    Based Upon is a team of artists and designers from the UK, who is known for using liquid metal in large scale artworks and sculptural furniture

  • Paintings by KG Subramanyan
    Paintings by KG Subramanyan

    The vibrant arcylics, oils and reverse paintings by Subramanyan and the often monochromatic watercolours of Somnath Hore offer a striking contrast when viewed together

  • Rare Kodak Prints by MF Husain
    Rare Kodak Prints by MF Husain

    This was a rare opportunity to view Kodak C-prints by M F Husain. These are the first few photographs taken by Husain and they have a very painting-like quality to them.

  • The Silent Wheel by Meera Devidayal
    The Silent Wheel by Meera Devidayal

    The Silent Wheel by Meera Devidayal at the booth of Mumbai-based Chemould Prescott Road is a must-see. This digital print on canvas with a video component has been receiving a fair share of attention

  • Threshold Into a Dream by TVS Santhosh
    Threshold Into a Dream by TVS Santhosh

    The huge replica of the Victoria Terminus by TVS Santhosh, titled "Threshold of a Dream", is striking with its ticking timers. This is the artist's interpretation memorialises a city that never seems to sleep, while constantly watching over and cherishing people's dreams. The ticking timers lend a sense of impending doom, especially in the context of the 26/11 attack

  • Visitors at the India Art Fair
    Visitors at the India Art Fair

    The first day was as much about interacting with art as about the interpersonal interactions between the gallerists, artists and the collectors

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