Additional works by Masters and artists added to the Mumbai edition

Mumbai, March 9, 2024: Following its resounding success in Delhi, The Art of India, the renowned visual arts platform by The Times of India, proudly announces its highly anticipated third edition in the city. This captivating exhibition will enthral art enthusiasts from 10th to 15th March 2024, at the National Centre for the Performing Arts (NCPA) in Mumbai.

This meticulously curated exhibition offers a unique opportunity for art collectors and enthusiasts to delve into the rich tapestry of Indian artistry. Spanning from the revered masters of the past to the emerging blue-chip contemporaries of today, the exhibition explores the theme “Tradition, Transition, Modernity” under the guidance of curator, Alka Pande. Attendees will encounter a diverse array of masterpieces reflecting India’s dynamic artistic landscape.

The exhibition boasts a distinguished lineup of artists, including A.A. Almelkar, Bikash Bhattacharjee, Manjit Bawa, M.F. Husain, Paresh Maity, Vinita Karim, B. Prabha and many more. These visionary creators represent a compelling fusion of tradition and innovation, embodying the essence of India’s artistic legacy.

The exhibition encompasses a myriad of artistic mediums, including painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, ceramics, photography, video, digital, and mixed-media works. This comprehensive showcase serves as a testament to the country’s rich cultural heritage and its enduring influence on artistic expression.

Speaking about the upcoming edition, Dr Alka Pande shares, “This year’s The Art of India weaves the story of Indian art through a ‘ragamalika’, a garland of many stories, representing the vibrant narrative of Indian visual culture. It is a remarkable compendium of diverse voices, languages, and mediums that define Indian art. The 3rd edition promises to be a moving feast for art lovers. With the Mumbai edition, we are also introducing an interesting segment of folk and tribal art, a strong segment in gender and sexuality, the neurodiverse and some intangible heritage from the Indian art landscape.”

About Art of India- “The Art of India” transcends a mere display of artworks; it’s a vibrant celebration of creativity. The exhibition offers a platform for art enthusiasts to experience the diverse tapestry of Indian visual arts, from sculptures and paintings to design and architecture. Immerse yourself in a world of artistic expression, proficiency, and imaginative concepts.

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