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October 10, 2013

INDIAN MODERN ART-AND YET ANOTHER THEME TO EXPLORE!

Filed under: syed haider raza — admin @ 11:02 am

I have to admit that I had no idea that there was even a market that represented Indian Artists.  And as it turns out, the Indian art market is making a strong comeback!  

There is an inaugural edition of the largest contemporary art event ever to take place in India-the Kochi-Muziris Biennale-and it is now open.  This art fair is hoping to regenerate

the region’s history and culture.  being that China’s economy is not as strong as it was pertaining to the art market, India seems to be emerging as the place to invest art dollars.

 

India is becoming a haven for art patrons as its economy swells.  so today’s post is on one of the major artists from india names SYED HAIDER RAZA.  

Raza was born in 1922 and is known

as the “master of colors”.  Raza uniquely articulates indian metaphysical thought and his own memories from childhood by employing the passionate colors

of India with all their symbolic,

and emotive value.  Raza is one of the top selling Indian artists at auction and is regarded as one of the most distinguished artists of the Indian subcontinent.

 

I hope you enjoy learining about this inteersting market.  In looking at his work, I see a lot of modernist influences from artist such as Jim Dine and Frank Stella

Have a great day!

Love,

 

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