The Cima Art Mela returns after three years hiatus to Delhi’s India Habitat Centre. One of the premier art centres of India, the Centre of International Modern Art (CIMA) will organise an affordable art fair between March 24 – 30.
At the fair, over 1,500 artworks, representing both contemporary and traditional paintings, graphics, printmaking, digital prints and photography, will be showcased.
This year, more than 80 artists will be participating at the fair including some renowned artists like Arpita Singh, Paramjit Singh, Jogen Chowdhury, Lalu Prasad Shaw, Paresh Maity, Baiju Parthan, Madhvi Parekh, Jayasri Burman, Rm. Palaniappan, Ramananda Bandyopadhyay, Samir Aich, Babu Xavier, among others.
CIMA Art Mela was conceptualised with the idea of making art accessible to a wider and deeper audience and it has since become India’s largest affordable art fair. It informs and educated the viewer while revealing that good art is not only for the elite. The fair features a curated selection of art, screened and selected by CIMA’s curatorial team. Many of the young artists participating are national awardees and CIMA Award winners.
The fair promises to be an exciting opportunity for art enthusiasts, collectors and the general public to experience the world of art and take home a piece of original artwork at an affordable price.
For the past few years, CIMA has implemented several projects in association with national and international museums and educational institutions.
“We are excited to bring back the fair and provide an opportunity for art lovers to view and purchase high-quality and meaningful art at affordable prices. Our goal is to make art accessible to everyone and create a platform that educates, informs and inspires,” said Rakhi Sarkar, Director of CIMA Gallery.
When: 10 am – 8pm; March 24 – 30
Where: India Habitat Centre