A selection of large-scale immersive projects and installations by top Indian and international artists will extend across the India Art Fair grounds. A space for both artists and viewers to contemplate a variety of contemporary themes and issues, outdoor art projects have been specially introduced to allow people of all ages and backgrounds to take a moment to pause and reflect.

Outdoor Art Projects

Achia Anzi: Colonial Times, 2019

31 January 2020 -

India Art Fair Grounds

Exploring the logic and experience of colonialism, Israeli artist Achia Anzi — supported by Serendipity Arts Foundation — will present a LED-based light project composed of lines from…

Achia Anzi: Colonial Times, 2019

Outdoor Art Projects

Anita Dube: Untitled, 1994-2019

31 January 2020 -

India Art Fair Grounds

Inspired by Charles Baudelaire’s collection of poems, Les Fleurs du Mal or The Flowers of Evil, Anita Dube’s metal sculpture from 1994 will be revived…

Anita Dube: Untitled, 1994-2019

Outdoor Art Projects

Farah Mulla: Crosstalk, 2019

30 January 2020 -

India Art Fair Grounds

With a background in science, multimedia artist Farah Mulla presents an interactive installation – supported by Serendipity Arts Foundation – exploring the connections between the audience,…

Farah Mulla: Crosstalk, 2019

Outdoor Art Projects

Martin Parr: Live Photography Project, 2020

31 January 2020 -

India Art Fair Grounds

The internationally-acclaimed Magnum photographer Martin Parr — supported by PHOTOINK and known for his intimate and mischievous take on aspects of modern life — will capture…

Martin Parr: Live Photography Project, 2020

Outdoor Art Projects

Vijay Pichumani: Drops, 2019

31 January 2020 -

India Art Fair Grounds

There is a sense of order in nature—a cyclical sequence that creates, nurtures, destroys and recreates all life. Mankind, however, has not maintained this balance.…

Vijay Pichumani: Drops, 2019

Outdoor Art Projects

Rathin Barman: Defunct Architectural Spaces, 2018

31 January 2020 -

India Art Fair Grounds

With a keen interest for urban architecture and development, Kolkata-based artist Rathin Barman — supported by MASH Sculptural Space — will present a large-scale installation…

Rathin Barman: Defunct Architectural Spaces, 2018