'Delhi's anti art-fair' representing independent artists

Independent artists have taken over an abandoned leather factory in the Indian capital New Delhi, creating an alternative space to show their work.

    Independent artists have taken over an abandoned leather factory in the Indian capital New Delhi, creating an alternative space to show their work.

    They are hoping it opens a dialogue with their audience that transcends preconceived ideas.

     

    Al Jazeera's spoke to the organiser of the show, dubbed 'Delhi's anti art-fair'.


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