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AstaGuru celebrates the 'Month of Masters' this April as a tribute to Indian modernists
To celebrate the masters, AstaGuru presents a month-long digital campaign that aims to create greater awareness and appreciation for Modern Indian Art.

MUMBAI.- This April, AstaGuru celebrates the “Month of Masters” and embarks upon a journey that honours the makers and masters of Modern Indian Art. Their extraordinary artistic practices and ground-breaking methods created boundless possibilities for expression, exploration, and evolution of Indian art.

To celebrate the masters, AstaGuru presents a month-long digital campaign that aims to create greater awareness and appreciation for Modern Indian Art. Through the medium of our digital channels, AstaGuru will dedicate the month to dive deeper into the world of Modern Indian art with stories, rare trivia, fun facts, and artists’ journeys. The Month of Masters will conclude with our upcoming Modern Indian Art auction which will showcase a range of highly coveted avant-garde works by eminent Indian modernists. Several rare and unseen will appear for the first time in this auction.

“Celebrating the Month of Masters, AstaGuru also celebrates its own spirit,” states Sunny Chandiramani, VP, Client Relations, AstaGuru Auction House. “Since its inception, AstaGuru has consistently engaged with works by great modernists. Offering such rare and historic artworks to our collectors also enabled us to understand the trajectory of artists’ vision very closely. In many ways, celebrating the Month of Masters is also reflecting on all that we have witnessed, learnt, and explored.”

Furthermore, Sneha Karki Gautam, Vice President, Client Relations, AstaGuru Auction House says that, “A visual journey into the beauty of Modern Indian Art is an extremely enriching experience. What makes celebrating the Month of Masters even more special is that April is the birth month of several revered modernists like Somnath Hore, K H Ara, F N Souza and Akbar Padamsee. It also commemorates the birthday of two Navratnas of Indian art, i.e., Raja Ravi Varma and Jamini Roy. Moreover, April 15 is also celebrated as World Art Day which also calls for a celebration.”

So, join AstaGuru this April as we raise a toast to these masters and celebrate their glorious legacy of self-expression and individuality through the beauty of art.

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