Friday, 21 July 2017

Baldip Singh Bains favourite Art Festival, Iminente

Festival Iminente

Baldip Singh Bains is excited about  art festival Iminente. Iminente will be held at Brick Lane Yard and 93 Feet East, The Festival is  a European cultural invasion celebrating Portuguese art and music in the midst of a turbulent Brexit Britain. Bringing the heart of Lisbon straight to Brick Lane, expect a curated show of artists in the main yard. Some artist that will be attending this year are:

  • Wasted Rita
  • Sick Boy 
  • Mar
  • Conor Harrtington 
  • Add Fuel 
  • Half Studio 
and many more..... 

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Latest Art News

St+art India Foundation 

Baldip Singh Bains keep close to his roots and continues to visit India when he can so he can keep up to date with Indian art scene. Here some of India's current latest art news:

The  St+art India Foundation has made its mission to make Delhi beautiful with their public art projects. This is a wonderful idea and lets everyone get to view beautiful art everyday
St+art is a  non-profit organisation that has taken up art projects in the capital city to make art accessible and truly democratic even in the cities of Bangalore, Mumbai and Hyderabad. The art district in Delhi is located at Lodhi with beautiful murals painted by international artists creating artwork that decorates various buildings. There now is twenty six  creative colourful murals have transformed the locality turning the entire area into an open air gallery.
The newest additions include works by Bicicleta Sem Freio (Bicycle Without Brakes), a Brazilian design and illustration collective. A project in collaboration with the Brazilian Embassy and Asian paints explores motifs, ideas and colours that the duo saw in India.     

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Monday, 10 July 2017

Baldip Singh Bains Photo Gallery

Baldip Singh Bains Photos

Find out more about Baldip Singh Bains from his photos below. There are many people who share the name. They are in every walk of life. from dancers, artists, politicians to sports personalities. If you share his love of sport then share this post also. Here are some photos of famous people called Baldip Bains.

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Wednesday, 5 July 2017

India's Top 5 Contemporary Artists

Baldip Singh Bains Top 5 Favourite Artists 

Baldip Singh Bains is Indian artist who originally came from New Deli, but now lives in Birmingham, the United Kingdom. Here is his top 5 favourite artist.

1. Anish Kapoor
Anish Kapoor has the  No. 11 ranking in Artprice’s Top 500 for 2012-2013, He has  an auction turnover of EUR12.3. He tops the list for the most expensive contemporary Indian artists. His popularity extends far beyond Europe and the United States, to now encompass the thriving art and collecting scene of the Middle East. In October 2014, Sotheby’s Contemporary Art Auction in Doha set a record for Kapoor’s ‘Untitled’ (2009), sold at USD1.595 million, the highest price achieved for a work by the artist in the Middle East. Kapoor’s all time record auction price of GBP1.94 million was set in July 2008.

2. Atul Dodiya

Atul Dodiya is among the most popular and sought after contemporary Indian artists. Many of his paintings can reach the range of USD500,000 at auction, his evocative paintings are seen in auctions that feature some of the most important and highly prized Indian modernists, like Tyeb Mehta and Francis Newton Souza. Atul is, influenced by modernist currents and Indian modernist masters, but re-interprets their traditions through a contemporary perspective, engaging with both political and art history in a way that entwines global and public memory.

3. Bharti Kher
Bharti Kher is  the second most expensive Indian artist after Kapoor. Kher’s renowned ‘The Skin Speaks a Language Not Its Own’ (2006) sold at Sotheby’s London in 2010 for USD1.5 million, This made Kher one of the top-selling Indian woman artist and surpassing her husband Subodh Gupta’s selling record of USD1.4 million. 

4. Jitish Kallat
Jitish Kallat is the third most expensive Indian artist, the artist has increased in popularity on the international circuit. In 2008, Sotheby’s London set a new record for the artist, with the sale of ‘Humiliation Tax – II’ (2005) at GBP58,100 (USD115,000). Kallat work is inspired by his Mumbai city environment as well as by the broader socio-political changes taking place in India and elsewhere.

5. Raqib Shaw

Raqib Shaw popularity on the international stage skyrocketed after his record breaking sale at Sotheby’s London Contemporary Art Sale in May 2007 – his ‘Garden of Earthly Delights III’ (2003) sold for GPB2.7 million (USD5.49 million), This was the most expensive artwork ever sold at auction by an Indian artist Shaw was little known outside of London. But since 2007, he has become one of the top contemporary Indian artists in the international art world and his seductive, subversive homoerotic paintings push the boundaries of socially accepted norms and can be seen at major art fairs around the world, shown in top white-cube galleries, such as Pace Gallery.

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