PRESS TRUST OF INDIA
INDIA---The ninth edition of India Art Fair that is set to begin from February 2, will seek to promote both regional and global art, with an impressive line-up of Indian and international exhibitors.
A tightly curated art affair, the India Art fair is touted as one of South Asia's biggest events for modern and contemporary art. With an aim to focus on showcasing the most critical contemporary art in South Asia, the fair will focus on galleries like Britto Arts Trust (Dhaka), Nepal Art Council (Kathmandu), Theertha International Artists Collective (Colombo) and Blueprint 12 (New Delhi). Pakistani-American contemporary artist Anila Quayyum Agha will be presenting her first major piece "All The Flowers Are For Me"- a sculptural installation which captures the identity, beauty, and femininity of her mother. [link]