Programme

The fair promotes cultural discourse through a broad and exciting line-up of large-scale installations, conversations, screenings, performances and live events to engage a diverse audiences as well as cover a wide spectrum of artistic practices. Over the years, the public programme has evolved to features artists, speakers and consultants from some of the world’s leading art organisations.

Full Programme

On View

Indigenous Australia: Masterworks from the National Gallery of Australia

June 21, 2018 -

National Gallery of Modern Art, Jaipur House, New Delhi, India

The National Gallery of Australia is proud to partner with National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi to present significant works produced by Australian Aboriginal…

Indigenous Australia: Masterworks from the National Gallery of Australia

On View

C. Douglas: In Search of Fragments

July 7, 2018 -

Akar Prakar, D 43, Defence Colony, First Floor, New Delhi, India

C. Douglas’s works contain repetitions of images but in his case these repetitions could be seen as retracing of paths already trodden in order to…

C. Douglas: In Search of Fragments

On View

Manu Parekh: 60 Years of Selected Works

June 16, 2018 -

National Gallery of Modern Art, Manikyavelu Mansion, Palace Road, Bangalore

National Gallery of Modern Art, Bangalore is pleased to have the retrospective Manu Parekh 60 Years of Selected Works with over 150 works at the…

Manu Parekh: 60 Years of Selected Works

On View

Ruminations on Labour

May 9, 2018 -

Experimenter, 45 Ballygunge Place, Kolkata

Experimenter presents Ruminations on Labour, an exhibition that explores the act of labour, its politics and what labour means in an increasingly globalized and capitalist world.…

Ruminations on Labour

On View

Vivan Sundaram – A Retrospective: Fifty Years

February 9, 2018 -

KNMA, 145 South Court Mall, Saket, New Delhi

The Kiran Nadar Museum of Art is presenting this year, the first ever retrospective of eminent artist Vivan Sundaram, one of the most influential artists…

Vivan Sundaram – A Retrospective: Fifty Years

On View

Ranjani Shettar: Seven Ponds & a Few Raindrops

March 12, 2018 -

The Met, Fifth Avenue, Gallery 916, New York

Indian sculptor Ranjani Shettar’s immersive installation Seven ponds and a few raindrops(2017), a recent gift to The Met from the Tia Collection, will be on view…

Ranjani Shettar: Seven Ponds & a Few Raindrops