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India Art Fair announces gallery and institutional participation for 2020 edition

The 12th edition of the fair will showcase over 75 exhibitors spanning 20 different global cities, 14 in India

Fair programme expanded to live performances and events across New Delhi, an extended bookshop, and diverse talks platform positioning the artists at its core

India Art Fair: NSIC Grounds, Delhi, India
Dates: 31 January – 2 February 2020
Preview: Thursday 30 January 2020

India Art Fair, the leading platform to discover modern and contemporary art from South Asia, announces the full list of participating galleries and programme highlights for the 2020 edition. Taking place from 30 January - 2 February 2020 in partnership with BMW Group India, India Art Fair will present over 75 exhibitors spanning 20 different global cities, with the tent façade designed by popular Indian artist and illustrator Sameer Kulavoor.

Led by Fair Director Jagdip Jagpal, the 12th edition of the fair celebrates the thriving modern-day art scene across South Asia, positioning the artists at its core, combining cutting-edge contemporary visual art with modern masters, vernacular artistic traditions, and an expanded performance and talks programme. Committed to presenting an all-inclusive event from entry to exit, the fair will include tactile artworks, braille signages and fair guides, complimented by a programme featuring dedicated workshops and personalised accessibility tours for visitors.

Jagdip Jagpal, Fair Director of India Art Fair, commented: “We are grateful to the art community from South Asia and around the world which comes together to celebrate the India Art Fair week. Now in its twelfth year, the fair will return to New Delhi with a strong showcase of galleries from across India with a continual commitment to the fair, providing a minimum of 70% floor space to leading cultural spaces from the region, complimented by a selection of international galleries and extended programme of live performances and talks.

Each year, we provide a platform for the promotion of activities taking place outside Delhi and Mumbai, from supporting Kochi-Muziris Biennale and Serendipity Arts Festival in the 2018 and 2019 editions respectively, to giving Chennai Photo Biennale a presence at the fair in 2020. We are also excited to welcome young galleries from India including Art Explore and Gallery White, alongside new participants from across the globe with Saskia Fernando Gallery from Sri Lanka, PSM from Germany and Marc Straus from the United States.”

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