Friday, March 29
Tuesday, October 16
Wednesday, August 15
Christie's NY will hold its Fall sale of South Asian Modern + Contemporary Art on Sep 12 . Highlighting the modern works from the sale is the historically significant Untitled (Falling Figure) by Tyeb Mehta. The striking scene derives from a traumatic experience in his youth, when he witnessed the violent death of a man during the Partition Riots of 1947.
Friday, August 10
Thursday, May 31
Monday, January 9
One of the most significant paintings by Sayed Haider Raza ever to appear on the market - Village With Church from 1958 - will be among the highlights of Sotheby’s March Asia Week sales in New York. The painting was purchased by Mr. and Mrs. John D. Rockefeller III from the landmark 1958-59 exhibitionTrends in Contemporary Painting In India and remained in their historic collection until 1994.
Wednesday, December 21
Art Stage Singapore 2012 is hoping to make a big splash for its sophomore year with several significant and large installation works on its fairgrounds. These will include the poetic "Artificial Moon" (2007) by Wang Yuyang (China), a stunning installation made from over 4,500 energy-saving bulbs, strategically designed to mimic the moon’s craters and surface features.
Monday, October 10
|Li Tian Bing - Me and My Brother in the Hospital N.2|
Art Plural Gallery is presenting a very interesting new exhibition, Regards Croisés: a selection of Asian Contemporary Art, running until Dec 19. It features eleven up and coming and influential artists from China, India and Korea, along with works by Fabienne Verdier, who has been trained in China for more than ten years.
Sunday, September 18
Christie’s concluded its Fall Asian Art Week with a combined total of $75.8 million achieved over four days of sales, September 13 to 16. But Chinese art, in particular jade carvings, outperformed Indian, Japanase and Korean Art categories, clearly pointing to the continuing support of Chinese buyers to their own art.
Saturday, September 3
Tuesday, August 30
|A large gilt bronze figure of Buddha |
Nepal, 14th Century
The afternoon of September 13 will be devoted to the classical works of Indian and Southeast Asian Art at Christie's NY auction. Several notable collections will be featured in the sale, including The Burkhart Collection, as well as Property from the Dr. David Nalin Collection, which has a large focus on stone and stucco sculpture from the Gandharan region.
Friday, August 26
|Maqbool Fida Husain (1915-2011), Sprinkling Horses|
Christie's New York has announced the details of its sales for Asian Art Week from September 13-16. The six sales will span a spectrum of collecting categories – from classical Japanese and Korean art, to works from South Asian modern masters and cutting-edge contemporary works, as well as Chinese paintings, ceramics and works of art. The sales features over 1,300 lots and are expected to realize in excess of $50 million in total.
The week will start with South Asian Modern + Contemporary Art on September 13.
Saturday, August 13
Friday, August 12
A gem-set gold pendant from the treasury of the legendary Indian ruler, Tipu Sultan, is among the star lots in the sale of the contents of Lord Glenconner’s St Lucian home at Bonhams on September 28.
Wednesday, August 10
The first printed depiction of one of the most famous buildings in the world, the Taj Mahal, is among the highlights of Bonhams ‘India and Beyond: Travel and Photography’ sale in London on October 4.
Wednesday, July 20
|F. N. Souza, Untitled, 1956. Mixed media on paper.|
Saffron Art's auction which starts July 20 at 8pm (IST), will feature a selection of works on paper by leading artists such as Tyeb Mehta, V.S. Gaitonde, F.N. Souza, Nasreen Mohamedi and Jogen Chowdhury.
Tuesday, July 12
Chittaprosad Bhattacharya, India's foremost politically-engaged artist of the mid-20th century, is the subject of a new exhibition at Delhi Art Gallery, in New Delhi.
Labels: Indian art
The 2011 winners of the prestigious Praemium Imperiale arts awards, announced today by the Japan Art Association include Sculptors Anish Kapoor, actress Judi Dench, new media artist Bill Viola and former music director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra Seiji Ozawa. Carrying prizes of 15 million yen (approximately $182,000) each, the awards recognize lifetime achievement in the arts in categories not covered by the Nobel Prizes.
Tuesday, June 21
Acording to ArtTactic, the Indian Modern and Contemporary art market continues the negative trend as other global art markets are on the rise.