The Arts Trust - Institute of Contemporary Indian Art

The Arts Trust - Institute of Contemporary Indian Art

The Arts Trust - Institute of Contemporary Indian Art - ICIA based in Bombay is a contemporary art gallery opened by Vickram Sethi, director of The Arts Trust. It is located in the heart of Bombay's art district - Kalaghoda and has an exhibiting space of 7000 Sq ft. The Arts Trust has been promoting Indian contemporary art since 1990. The Arts Trust has curated more than 150 exhibitions.

The Arts Trust curated the The Harmony Show (a prestigious annual Indian art show organized by Reliance Industries Limited (Textile Division)) [ [] ] for ten years. [ [ History of ICIA ] ]

In 2005 The Arts Trust launched its online website.

Artists shown at The Arts Trust (ICIA)

*MF Husain
*Ram Kumar
*Jogne Chowdhury
*SH Raza
*Anjolie Ela Menon
*Bikash Bhattacharjee
*Sakti Burman
*A Shahabuddin

*Atul Dodiya
*Anju Dodiya
*Jitish Kallat
*Reena Kallat
*Suryakant Lokhande
*Anu Agarwal
*Riyas Komu
*TV Santosh
*Baiju Parthan

The Arts Trust works in close association with India's biggest art collector, the RPG Group.


External links

* [ The Arts Trust - ICIA]

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