India Art Festival, a modern and contemporary art fair is one of the leading art fairs in India that takes place every year in November at Mumbai, India. The Fourth Edition of India Art Festival (IAF) is scheduled from 27 to 30 Nov 2014 at Nehru Centre, Worli, Mumbai. The general exhibition section at the ground floor, Nehru Centre houses the art galleries booths whereas second floor space hosts ‘Artists Pavilion’, a section for individual artists.
Nehru Centre, located centrally in Mumbai is an ideal art exhibition venue close to south Mumbai art district and is at 25 minute drive from Mumbai airport. The first and third editions of IAF were hosted successfully at Nehru Centre, Mumbai in 2011 and 2013 respectively. The second edition of IAF was held at MMRDA Exhibition Ground, BKC, Mumbai.
In the last three editions, India Art Festival attracted little over hundred thousand visitors and became the first art fair in the western & southern India to receive highest number of visitors.
Mumbai - India's commercial capital is not only the city with the highest GDP in India but it ranks among the world's top ten trade centers and contributes 25% of Industrial output and 70% of capital transactions to India's economy. Mumbai is the cultural and art production center too with developing art market, flourishing real estate, booming fashion designing and film industry.
The fourth edition of India Art Festival is looking forward to attract huge number of visitors including corporate executives, HNIs, art collectors, artists, gallerists and visitors from all over India and overseas countries.
International Art Festival
Kalavishkar is presenting the International art festival Indian Art Pavilion at ASIAMANIA, Seoul, Korea from 30 April to 03 May, 2015.
It has been Kalavishkar’s continuous endeavour to democratize Indian Art in all possible ways through our initiatives such as India Art Festival and Indian Contemporary Art Journal.
Kalavishkar announces its first International art festival Indian Art Pavilion at ASIAMANIA, C-Festival, Seoul, South Korea from 30 April to 03 May 2015 for four days.
Now, virtually, it is possible for every India artists to participate in this international art festival which hitherto was limited to few privileged ones. Participation is free for the artists (associated with India Art Festival) just by making contribution towards catalogue printing, shipping /travel/transportation/Insurance charges for Indian Art Pavilion at ASIAMANIA, Seoul, South Korea. The shipping, insurance and other charges vary as per the size and the price of the painting artists wish to display at Indian Art Pavilion at ASIAMANAI, Seoul, South Korea.
Last date for participation is 15 Dec 2014. Only 60 artists will be selected for Indian Art Pavilion, Seoul on first come first served basis. For details, please call on +91 22 65665111, 24445508, 9820737692, 9969425202 or mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
IAF Conservation & Schedule
The India Art Festival | Conversations is designed as a series of panel discussions. It brings together an eminent set of speakers: contributors from a variety of sites, scenes and practices within the domain of contemporary art, including artists, gallerists, theorists, museum professionals, historians, institution-builders, cultural organisers, editors and publishers.
Artist Receiving India Art Festival Award
Indian Contemporary Art Journal, a quarterly art magazine provides vide coverage to visual arts in India and helps reach contemporary radical voices to every nook-n-corner of the country. It is published by Kalaviskar.
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India art Festival & Art Journal are the initiatives of KALAVISHKAR