New age affordable art exhbited in a very spacious location of Pragati Maidan. A treat to art lovers, enthusiasts, students and buyers.
South Asian Bazaar at Kisan Haat, Chattarpur saw exhibition and sale of crafts from Nepal, Bhutan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Bangladesh.
National Gallery of Modern Art houses creations by old masters as well as contemporary artists. The impressive Gothic building and the sprawling lawns dotted with pieces of sculptures make one forget the din of the city a few meters away.
Surajkund crafts fair is visited by lovers of arts and crafts from all over the world.The undulating topography of Surajkund adds to the charm of the event. Over the years, the fair has shed its puritan craft specific character and has developed a general appeal with an artsy flavour. The aesthetically done up fair ground – with various colourful canopies, festoons and other ornaments that are installed during the fair, can not but permeate the mind uplift the spirit.
At 3rd annual Indian comic con, Indian comic art has come of age and is at par with International standards. Indian epic characters have found new avatars through the visualization of the modern Indian artists. The merchandise comprised of fun badges, key tags, Tshirts and printed cupcakes
The canvas of India Art Fair 2013 has different strokes. traditional to contemporary, oil on canvas to LCDs, paintbrush to Photoshop, sculpture to installations, so on and so forth. The India Art Fair, for the last couple of years, brings to Delhi an esoteric presentation where various galleries from India and overseas flex their collection of art – in any form.
The India International Trade Fair (“Trade Fair”)is a Government of India event launched in 1980 and organised by India Trade Promotion Organization for providing a platform to the business community. The Trade Fair is held in November, the pleasantest month in a year. Its reach is not restricted to Indian organizations and this fair has a strong foreign participation.
Diwali Mela at Blind relief association ground near Lodhi Road is a must do every Diwali season. Though not very different from last year’s, it’s still fun to be at this fair.