Go See : Irregulars Art Fair 2019

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Irregulars Art Fair 2019

For D’s Art Takes GO SEE, Divvya Nirula brings you a viewer’s review of events from around the globe. Dance, art, theatre, music – we have it all, and more. Today, we discover India Irregulars Art Fair 2019.

The anti art-fair for independent artists is held at the Khirki Studio. It is termed as India’s first anti-art fair.

3 reasons to Go See “Irregulars Art Fair 2019”

Firstly, the event was created to make art more accessible to people and bring the concept of anti-establishment and inclusiveness – which are terms rarely used in the art world. 

Secondly, this is a must go see event as there is immersive and interactive art of all kind. Consequently, the show aims to forge a young arts community.

Thirdly, there are a mix of installations, visual art, murals, interactive art, films, zines, sketchbooks, workshops, live art and performances.

Some tips to keep in mind, before you go see “Irregulars Art Fair 2019”

Tickets are available for rupees 200-500.

Saket Metro Station on the yellow line is the closest metro to the fair.

The atmosphere is relaxed as there are rooms and hallways filled with art.

The show runs from six days across three locations – Khirki Studio, The Dhan Mill and The Dhan Mill Compound.

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