India Art Fair
India Art Fair postpones 2022 event as Delhi imposes restrictions to curb Omicron variant
South Asia's largest art fair has been forced to reschedule its 13th edition from February to April in light of rising Covid-19 case numbers
India Art Fair appoints Jaya Asokan as new director
She will take over from Jagdip Jagpal who led the Delhi fair for three years
Delhi police shut down protest-inspired work at India Art Fair
The work, which was painted live at the event, featured Urdu calligraphy and images of women in hijabs
India Art Fair opens with a strong national spirit amid ongoing protests
Director Jagdip Jagpal says the fair is proud to remain regional while dealers double down on "Indian taste"
Mumbai Gallery Weekend and India Art Fair go on despite continuing protests
Dealers and fair organisers advocate for "freedom of expression" though many worry dissent could prompt retaliation from the government
MCH Group sells India Art Fair to Angus Montgomery Arts
Swiss-based owner of Art Basel sells majority stake in Delhi event as part of wider withdrawal from regional art fairs programme
Sandy Angus—founder of six fairs across Asia—on his mistakes, MCH Group and a new event in China
In the first of a new art market interview series, we speak to the art fair boss about his career
New report says South Asian gallery sales are on the rise but does that ring true at India Art Fair?
Speculative buying in the region has also increased, ArtTactic’s 2019 South Asian Art Market Report concludes
MCH Group 'indefinitely' committed to India Art Fair despite decision to pull out as majority shareholder
Some fear MCH Group’s decision to sell could be a blow to country’s art market
Art Basel owner backs off from its regional fairs
MCH Group is selling its stakes in Art Düsseldorf and India Art Fair and will pull out of Singapore’s Art SG to 'to stabilise the company '
India Art Fair returns to its roots
New director Jagdip Jagpal pledges to maintain at least 70% Indian galleries at fiercely individual Delhi fair, where quality is rising but still patchy