The domestic art market has grown extensively in the last decade and artists here have received widespread recognition, both within the country
and abroad. During this expansion phase, the number of artists, dealers and galleries has increased substantially, and, so has the demand for ancillary services such as art advisory including valuation, appraisals, authentication etc.
Similarly, art writing and curatorial services are also much in demand. There is a need to have programmes relating to art laws and various other businesses of the art market. Unfortunately, professional courses related to these fields are either non-existent or constitute a dismal number in the country. Although, there are many fine art colleges and institutes, most of them offer only conventional art education programmes.
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