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Groucho Marx once said that he never wanted to belong to any club that would accept him as a member. I feel a similar skepticism about being part of a club I never asked to join. But my 1983 birth grants me membership in what demographers and marketers now call “millennials.” 

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A gallery wall is “ideal for a small apartment,” said Luci Douglas-Pennant of Etalage, a company specializing in vintage prints and paintings like the ones in this arrangement. “Gallery walls can be hung around windows, around doors,” she said, “even around cabinets in a kitchen.”

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Chennai is one of India’s preferred destinations for cultural tourism and boasts a great tradition and patronage for the performing arts. However, while art forms of all kinds have flourished and been appreciated historically in this city, recent years have seen Chennai take to another relatively modern form of art appreciation through the setting up of several new art galleries.

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From open air installations to traditional gallery displays, Bangalore is at the forefront of the dynamic art scene in India. Enthusiasts looking for contemporary art have plenty to indulge their creative senses in India’s Silicon Valley. We have shortlisted the 10 best art galleries in Bangalore you must visit.

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Much has been talked about Mumbai’s vibrant art galleries and the thriving art scene in the city. Taking a leaf from its cosmopolitan sister city, Navi Mumbai is also warming up to art connoisseurs to display its colorful side. From sculptures, paintings and graphic modern art, there is a lot to explore at Navi Mumbai’s art galleries.

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In recent years, New Delhi has witnessed a subsequent boom in new galleries, as well as in art events, fairs, and exhibitions – all of which attract a newfound global interest in the Indian art market. Delhi’s contemporary art scene is on the rise, and we profile ten of the city’s best contemporary art exhibition spaces.

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With U.S. consumers spending more than $150 billion on arts and entertainment in recent years, new data released by Invaluable — the world’s leading online marketplace for fine art, antiques and collectibles — examines how consumer attitudes and preferences toward art will impact behavior for future generations.

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According to the US Trusts’ 2017 Insights on Wealth and Worth, High Net Worth Individuals (HNWIs) under 50 years old are more likely to view art as an investment, while those over 50 years old are more likely to consider art as a part of their identity and lifestyle.