The third edition of Delhi Contemporary Art Week is scheduled to be held from 1st -7th September with 31st August as the opening preview evening at Visual Arts Gallery, India Habitat Centre. Showcasing 7 galleries, 50 artists, 7 days of brilliant programming with curated walks with Indias most renowned patrons along with talks, workshops and much more.
Delhi Contemporary Art Week is a curated forum with synergy between like-minded people, who have consistently been promoting contemporary art and are committed to the vision of coming together, educate, showcase and promote Contemporary Art. This edition will see a more coherent flow of artworks by the 7 participating galleries. The seven galleries participating in this edition are ̶ Vadehra Art Gallery , Nature Morte, Gallery Espace, Blueprint 12 Latitude 28, Exhibit 320 and Shrine Empire who are spearheading a new wave of artists. The curation this year is tight and impactful.
They have come together again to showcase the cusp of the contemporary, all in one space for eight days. DCAW is conceptualized to be the ultimate destination for established and emerging collectors, and art enthusiasts who are eager to be part of this conversation and want to know more.
Contemporary Art in South Asia is more exciting than it has ever been. There is a fresh bunch of artists who are creating compelling work that engage with the rapidly fluctuating infrastructure, economy, ecology, landscape and identity politics of our times, and are pushing the limits of aesthetics in ways that would have been unprecedented even a decade ago. Delhi Contemporary Art Week (DCAW) was initiated as an attempt to generate discourse that befits the shifting lens of the contemporary.
One reply on “The third edition of Delhi Contemporary Art Week is scheduled to be held from 1st -7th September”
This is a good initiative by Open Art India. Both Telugu states are famous for cultural art forms like Kuchipudi, Andhra natyam and Perini etc. These Telugu states are very famous for sculptures.
If any scope for collaboration to exhibit our ancient arts we can think together.