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The right canvas

Instead of ruing the lack of government institutions to support art and artists, we need to create a marketplace for art in India

By Kapil Chopra, Curator, Art District 13

Art is a commentary on the times we live in. But there is an entire generation that is growing up with no interest in art. The Indian landscape lacks a cultural infrastructure. There are very few public art spaces, museums are not exciting, and there is

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