Art shows in India by Indian artists settled abroad have increased over the past few years and are on the rise.
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Indian sculpture is inspiringly conceptual for natural fusion of ideas revealing fullness of life and divine forms.
Contemporary artists seem to be enjoying the advantage of attracting a wide cross-section of buyers from the across the world.
In the current art scene, which has seen price correction recently, there are younger generation artists who, like small and mid-cap stocks, have not only room for rise, but are appreciating slowly but steadily by 10-20% every year.
Contemporary artists doing figurative paintings are showing a steady upward trend on the price front. This phenomenon is visible not only in major art hubs of the country like Mumbai and Delhi, but in developing markets such as Kolkata also.
Films on artists have, for long, enjoyed a great deal of popularity abroad. Over the years, films have been made on famed names like Picasso, Van Gogh, Gauguin, Modigliani and Pollock among many others.
Artists are slowly stealing the thunder at auctions. Names like Atul Dodiya and Chintan Upadhyay have not only touched record prices at recent auctions but the base of young artists is also expanding.
Catalogued artworks are always easier to sell, opening up avenues for collectors, investors and dealers.
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