Adrien Gardère is helping the New Delhi art gallery to weave a unique story at its India Art Fair booth. For the first time, DAG New Delhi has collaborated with French architect and scenographer Adrien Gardère to design the display of its booth at the India Art Fair 2018. (Right) Nandlal Bose, Untitled (Esraj Player), 1937 and (Left) Abanindranath Tagore (1871-1951), The Dreamer, Water colour wash on paper, 1925
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French architect and scenographer Adrien Gardère likens himself to an ikat weaver. He uses the threads of space, time, curatorial frameworks, and artefacts to create meaningful relationships between a viewer and an artefact. He has been associated with several museum and design displays around the world, most notably The Louvre Lens in France. And now, he is weaving a unique story at the India Art Fair 2018, where for the first time ever he has designed the display of a gallery’s booth.