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#instaart: Lets peek into the artwork of India Art Fair’s new partners

It might be called ‘The Gram’, but it’s worth a TON of exposure. Instagram has always been all about visual impact, and it’s where you find some of the finest artists in the world today, from the heavyweights to the hidden talent. Abir Pothi embarks on a series that will highlight the best of Instagram artists we manage to discover — those whose artistry you could take an ‘Insta-nt’ liking to!

India Art Fair’s 2023 edition is featuring wide range of artists and galleries showcasing modern masterpieces. Some were a part from the inception of the fair, some joined mid way in the journey and some started this year in 2023. The fair is presenting 85 exhibitors, including 71 galleries and 14 institutions. It includes some of India’s most important contemporary art galleries presenting established names and promising young talents. The new galleries taking part in the fair include names such as Stories Art Gallery (Ahmedabad), Treasure Art Gallery (New Delhi), Gallery Dotwalk (Gurugram), Dhi Artspace (Hyderabad), Chemould CoLab (Mumbai), Iram Art (Ahmedabad). Lets peek into their instagram profile to get a glance of the work by the artist.


Gallery Dotwalk is representing Chandrashekhar Koteswar and Manas Naskar. Koteswar known for representing his artworks using two of the most elemental materials in art: terracotta and wood whereas Manas Naskar has carved a name for himself with his charcoal artwork.


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Dhi Artspace, Hyderabad is showcasing the works of 4 emerging contemporary artists Arjun Das, Leena Raj, Sumana Som and Poorvesh Patel


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In its first participation, Chemould CoLab are presenting works spanning from metal to ceramic, painting and textiles by emerging artists of India: Gurjeet Singh, Rithika Pandey, Shailee Mehta and Vinita Mungi.


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Artists who specialize in recycled art literally turn our trash into treasure. At its core, recycled art is about repurposing materials and nature conservation. Rakesh Patel and Narayan Sinha are the artists turning scrap into art.


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