Art Exhibit 2016 Opens In Delhi
By: Amith Rahul Dated: April 09, 2016
The Modern Art market is superheated to the point of meltdown. The Indian Modern and Contemporary art market showed a significant increase in sales while their counterparts in US, Europe and China saw a decline which states that the Indian art industry has total hope for survival in this tech savy century. The Global Art Hub, an online marketplace for art opened its Art Exhibit 2016-Master of Modern Art on the 8th of April, 2016, a three day selling exhibition. The exhibition is based on 46 art masters including FN Sauza, MF Husain, Manjit Bawa, J Swaminathan, SH Raza, Jhangir Sabavala, A Ramachandran and Anjolie Ela Menon showcasing more than 100 artworks at Dalmia House, 27 Akbar Road, New Delhi.
From contemporary to master artists, Global Art Hub focuses on providing a gallerylike experience with artworks and paintings for sale. Global Art Hub also provides art enthusiasts with access to the finest collection of Indian Art sourced from the leading art galleries of the country. With authenticity and quality as the pillars of our company, Global Art Hub is a unique online marketplace for art galleries and art buyers. Global Art Hub helps art buyers to reach out to the premier art galleries and enable them to buy, browse, evaluate and compare art works of various leading and renowned artists.
An Art Exhibition in the later years was considered to be promoters of artisans. The scenario has totally turned it into a bit of a commercial event. Now a day’s every piece of art work in the gallery has a price tag mentioned with it. However the Indian art market has seen a lethargic growth with people seeming to understand the value of art. The Art Exhibit 2016 is quite a experience to witness artistic wonders, carefully selected from the top galleries and collectors all across India by an eminent panel of art experts.
“The emphasis in selecting the works has been not only on quality but more importantly on the provenance of the works which is today the biggest challenge facing the marker. All works are either from reputed galleries or are published works, some which have been auctioned previously.” Stated Nakul Dev Chawla, Founder, CEO, Global Art Hub.
Global Art Hub will also promote discussions and discourses around the art of collecting and will be organising a range of talks at the venue on 10th of April by leading members of the arts fraternity.