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INDIAN ART FAIR 2017 FEATURES THAT FEATURES UNBELIEVABLE ART

by DrPrem Jagyasi

IAF (India Art Fair) is all set to begin in New Delhi from 3-5 February. This year’s fair has a bit of something different to offer. The perfect eclectic mix of Indian and international artists and having a record participation of over 70 galleries from around the world. You cannot miss the Indian art fair 2017 updates. As every topic ranging from Donald Trump to Vladimir Putin would be raised, discussed and talked over there.
Here are the lists of exhibits you cannot miss in 2017 Indian art fair:

  • SUDARSHAN SHETTY’S TAJ MAHAL:

    SUDARSHAN SHETTY’S TAJ MAHAL
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    Taj Mahal is the symbol of love in India. It was built by Shah Jahan for his queen Mumtaz in her loving memory. It is known for its immeasurable grandeur. But this year at India Art Fair, artist Sudarshan Shetty has taken Taj Mahal to a whole next level. The miniature reproductions of the historic monument together form a gigantic and monumental block making souvenirs out of national symbols. You can always visit the IAF official page on Facebook for more Art Fair 2017 Updates.

  • ANILA QUAYYUM AGHA, ALL THE FLOWERS ARE FOR ME:


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    What happens when mathematics meets with art? It is the first time a Pakistani-American work would be presented in the Indian Art Fair 2017. The work of Anila Quayyum shows plays with lights. It is captured inside the steel box with elaborate laser cut outs of floral patterns and mathematical designs. Its central structure casts its shadows in the exhibition area making it one of the artworks you need to see in the Indian Art Fair 2017.

  • GIRJESH KUMAR SINGH, LAGA CHUNARI MEIN DAAG:

    GIRJESH KUMAR SINGH, LAGA CHUNARI MEIN DAAG
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    Imagine when the sculptures speak for themselves. This is the proudest moment for an artist. Such is the art exhibited by Vadodara based Girjesh Kumar Singh. Inspired from Nek Chand’s Rock Garden, he used the waste materials from the construction sites of demolished buildings and sculpted it into highly expressive faces. Even the cement has not being removed from the waste material, this adds to its uniqueness. This makes it the exhibit you cannot miss in 2017 Indian Art Fair.

  • ALBERTO ECHEGARAY GUEVARA’S EMPTY ILLUSION:

    ALBERTO ECHEGARAY GUEVARA’S EMPTY ILLUSION
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    An artwork featuring a wall comprised of 50Rs notes of Indian currency with word Dharma written over it. It is an artwork you need to see in Indian Art Fair 2017.

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