A look at fine art photography

In the last decade or so, there’s been an explosion on the Indian art front. The aftershock is palpable, as can be seen by the funds allocated for art acquisition by corporations, collectors and museums.

Paintings and other works by major Indian artists are being sold at mega prices, through auction houses and artists’ representatives. The going’s good even for the talented emerging artist.

This hyper-activity in the art world is reflected on TV, in print, and has a very definite presence in cyber-space.

We’re at a point where investing in a painting makes sound financial sense. Art as a collectible has been drilled into our consciousness through the ages. It’s now reached a stage where, if one could somehow scrape off ancient cave-paintings and display them on the living room wall, it would constitute a collector’s dream coup.


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 - A look at fine art photography
 - Where is Team India?
 - Thoughts on visualization
 - Epson Fotoflock interview 3/12/08
 - Interview for www.visageimages.com
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