Urban, Street & Contemporary Art by emerging artists from around the world.

CURRENT EXHIBITION(s) //

A Summer Slumber by Zahra Amiruddin

A collection of limited edition photographs from Zahra's solo show at Method Bandra.

FRESH PRODUCE

India Art Fair presents a fresh and expanded Young Collectors Programme aiming to nurture the next generation of artists, art collectors and patrons.

For the first time ever, the fair has nominated a ‘Young Patron of the Year’, the rising musical stars MadStarBase, who will introduce the new up-and-coming Mumbai gallery, Method, in a special exhibition titled ‘Fresh Produce’ during India Art Fair week in New Delhi.

An extraordinary example of peer support, the collaboration marks the widening and coming together of cultural universes to build culture and the arts far more collaboratively in an age of hyper connectivity.

‘Fresh Produce’ will take place at STIR in Chattarpur Farms, New Delhi from Saturday, 23rd April to Sunday, 1st May 2022.

RECENT EXHIBITS //

Information Architecture™ by Kunel Gaur

Kunel's creative process feeds on channeled thoughts or ideas and found sensibilities. Information Architecture™is a collection of contemplative abstract sculptural works and bricolage that play upon the absence of function whilst still using all kinds of functional aesthetics, and hardware - in the way that the only purpose they are left with is to exist. To be just and in the moment with the viewer. He builds using architectural material like wood, concrete, resin, metal, acrylic paint, screen printing techniques, glass and electricals amongst other such. He often mixes his work with the written word, flirting with what could be called prose, poetry or at once both.

  1. Information Architecture™ by Kunel Gaur

    Information ArchitectureTM is a collection of contemplative abstract sculptural works and bricolage that play upon the absence of function whilst still using all kinds of functional aesthetics, and hardware - in the way that the only purpose they are left with is to exist.

  2. Inflorescence by Osheen Siva

    Inspired by her Tamil and Dalit heritage, and fueled by speculative fiction, Osheen Siva weaves a future universe of amalgamation and imaginations.