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which has a better art scene?Views: 193
Oct 27, 2009 2:57 am re: re: re: which has a better art scene?

Nalini Malaviya
@ Kishore, you've raised v pertinent qns. It is not easy for a new artist to get 'noticed'.

In B'lore too a few galleries allow newer artists to participate in their annual shows - but yes these are obviously just once a year.

In Jehangir, there are many cancellations which an artist can utilise, but again that's not a solution.

In B'lore & Delhi, artists are increasing experimenting with alternate spaces for exhibn. And, although, it is imp where u exhibit, sometimes the choice maybe between not exhibiting at all!

Another factor, which I come across a lot is that many people have turned artists for the sake of it & exhibit their works because they have the means/contacts to do so. This in fact makes the media wary of unknown names, and rightly so. Why don't such artists get prof critique of their work done?

PR & Page 3 culture is here to stay, whether we like it or not!

Still, the fact remains that it is not easy for an upcoming artist. Maybe, others who've been there and succeeded can throw some light on this.

Nalini
http://indianartscene.blogspot.com/

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