Browse, Click, Buy Art

The country's first online art fair will take place between November 19 and 26 on

Published: Oct 12, 2011 06:59:25 AM IST
Updated: Oct 7, 2011 04:05:26 PM IST
Browse, Click, Buy Art
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IN The NAME OF THE ART Smiling King by Bikash Battacharjee

The India Art Collective online fair would be the virtual equivalent — and maybe even a little more — of meditatively ambling through some of the best art galleries in India to select works by Indian artists.

The country’s first online art fair will take place between November 19 and 26 on and there are plans to host two such fairs every year.

During the fair, you will be able to browse and buy from a collection of more than 800 art works from galleries such as Chemould Prescott Road, Nature Morte, Gallery SKE, Sakshi Art Gallery, Vadehra Art Gallery and The Guild.

Collectors and enthusiasts who visit the portal can zoom into the art work to see its condition and surface. It will also provide multiple views of three dimensional works and videos of multimedia displays. With extensive details on the artists and the galleries, you will not only be spoiled for choice, but will have all the ammunition to help you choose art that fits your criteria and is a good investment.


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