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There will be celebrated works of contemporaries as well. Mumbai-based The Guild will present a solo of TV Santhosh and Chemould Prescott Road will bring to Delhi Hema Upadhyay's series "Mute Migration" that was part of the "Chalo India" show at Mori Art Museum in Tokyo in 2008. In this, Upadhyay compares the cityscapes of Tokyo and Mumbai.
The encouraging response received last year has made Apparao Galleries exhibit a solo of architect Gautam Bhatia for the second consecutive year. "He always has something cerebral to say, so it makes sense to give adequate space to his work," says Sharon Apparao. She has a solo as well as a general booth at the fair. "It's best to have both - one to showcase multiple artists and another for going in-depth with a single artist," she notes.
Venue & Dates: NSIC Exhibition Grounds, Okhla; Metro station — Govindpuri; February 1 - 3. Tickets: Rs 300 for public, Rs 200 for students.
See: Art projects including Bangladeshi artist Mahbubur Rahman's Replacement, an ambassador car filled with army leather boots; Jitish Kallat's Covering Letter, based on a letter written by Gandhi to Hitler in 1939, urging him to reconsider his violent means
Walk: Swiss curator Mirjam Varadinis's curated walks for visitors
Listen: Speakers — Robert Storr (Dean, Yale School of Art), Amin Jaffer (International Director of Asian Art, Christie's) and Barbara London (Curator, Video and Performance Art, MoMA, New York).
Buy: Coffee-table books, quirky iPAds, cushions covers and coasters from the store
For more information log on to www.indiaartfair.in