— ABOUT THE FAIR
India Art Fair is the leading platform to discover modern and contemporary art from South Asia and a portal to the region's cultural landscape.
Taking place annually in the capital city of New Delhi, India Art Fair reflects the fast-developing arts scene in the country, while offering
curated insights into the cultural landscapes of neighbouring states. The fair’s programme - which draws together galleries and artists, private foundations and arts charities, artists’ collectives, national institutions, cultural events and festivals - enables international audiences to engage in innovative ways with the cultural history and development of the region.
The tenth edition of the fair will take place from the 10 — 12 February 2018 at the NSIC Exhibition Grounds, Okhla Industrial Estate, New Delhi.
— OPENING HOURS
10 February 2018 | 2 — 8pm
11 & 12 February 2018 | 11am — 8pm
— GETTING THERE
Govindpuri Metro Station which falls on the Violet line is next to the entrance of the fair. For complete train schedule, visit delhimetro.com
Meru Cab +91 11 4422 4422
Easy Cab +91 11 4343 4343
Mega Cab +91 11 4141 4141
Car parks are available at Gate 3 and 4 on a first-come, first-serve basis.
> When and where is India Art Fair 2018?
The tenth edition of India Art Fair will take place at the NSIC grounds, Okhla Industrial Area, New Delhi, 10 – 12 February 2018.
How do I get a ticket for the fair?
Book your tickets here to avail discounts and join us for a truly distinct cultural experience!
What makes India Art Fair different?
India Art Fair attracts visitors with an interest in the art world, such as curators, artists, collectors, journalists, gallerists and critics, and art lovers. Some visit to acquire art, while others view the fair more as an exhibition, enjoying the experience as a cultural day out.
> What are the sections of the fair?
The fair is made up of five sections: the Galleries consist of Indian and international exhibitors presenting works by a range of artists; Focus features solo artist presentations; Institutional, showcases leading Indian and international museums and art foundations presenting elements of their programmes or collaborations commissioned specially for the fair; Platform, represents young emerging artists or art practises from throughout South Asia; and Art Projects, a non-commercial space to discover large scale, site specific installations.
> Some big names participating at India Art Fair 2018?
This year sees a particularly strong representation of leading Indian galleries such as Chatterjee & Lal, Jhaveri Contemporary and Chemould Prescott Road (all Mumbai), Experimenter (Kolkata), GALLERYSKE (Bengaluru/New Delhi), Vadehra Art Gallery, Gallery Espace and Art Heritage (all New Delhi). Leading international galleries David Zwirner (London/New York/Hong Kong), Blain | Southern (London/Berlin), Sabrina Amrani (Madrid) and Aicon Gallery (New York) will also be participating.
India’s most influential cultural organisations partnering with the fair in 2018 include Kiran Nadar Museum of Art, Foundation for Indian Contemporary Art, Korean Culture Center, and the Institut Français en Inde. India Art Fair has exhibitors works by Anish Kapoor, Steve Mc Curry, and Picasso in its previous editions and in 2018 will feature works by leading artists from the region and beyond such as Ravinder Reddy, Shilpa Gupta, Sudarshan Shetty, Imran Qureshi and Francesco Clemente.
> Any restrictions?
- Please carry a valid ID proof along with you.
- Children below 14 years should be accompanied by an adult.
- No knapsacks, smoking, firearms, explosives and touching of art works.
- Organisers are not responsible for any loss or theft of any personal objects.
- Inform the nearest security officer on seeing a suspicious object.
- Security procedures, including frisking remain the right of the management.
> If I cannot get to New Delhi for India Art Fair 2018, is there any part of it that I can still enjoy?
Yes; there are a number of satellite exhibitions and unique events throughout the city, that showcase the dynamic diversity of the art scene in the country. You can access the programme here.