Recognising the strength of the local art scene, India Art Fair’s Parallel Programme encourages visitors to explore the range of events that run alongside the fair — from New Delhi’s cultural offerings, to exhibitions taking place across India. Key exhibitions of South Asian artists abroad are also featured, in keeping with the fair’s international line-up of exhibitors. A spot map of all venues can be viewed here.

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Seeds Are Being Sown: A Group Show

11 September 2020 -

Prameya Art Foundation, New Delhi, Delhi, India

Prameya Art Foundation’s exhibition curated by Shaunak Mahbubani brings together feminist artists commemorating those who have faced the greatest losses in struggles for identity and self-determination…

Seeds Are Being Sown: A Group Show

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Fault Lines: Contemporary Abstraction by Artists from South Asia

6 March 2020 -

Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, U.S.A

For the six female artists featured in this exhibition by the Philadelphia Museum of Art – including Tanya Goel, Sheela Gowda, Priya Ravish Mehra, Prabhavathi Meppayil, Nasreen Mohamedi, Zarina – the power of a…

Fault Lines: Contemporary Abstraction by Artists from South Asia

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Synchrome Monsoon: A Group Show

31 July 2020 -

Akar Prakar, Kolkata, West Bengal, India

Synchrome Monsoon is the latest in Akar Prakar’s signature exhibition series. Drawn from gallery’s iconic collection of the finest modern and contemporary art from the Indian…

Synchrome Monsoon: A Group Show

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Living the New Normal: A Group Show

10 June 2020 -

MASH India, New Delhi, Delhi, India

The new normal is anything but ordinary. Most of us have never experienced an epidemic, let alone a pandemic of an epic nature that affected…

Living the New Normal: A Group Show

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At Some Point in Time: Henry Hudson

10 September 2020 -

Galerie Isa, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

Galerie Isa is pleased to announce the first solo exhibition in India by the British artist, Henry Hudson, best known for his radical use of…

At Some Point in Time: Henry Hudson